The Samsung Galaxy Note9 is now available for pre-order

Yesterday, Samsung announced the Galaxy Note9, its fall flagship device complete with a Snapdragon 845 chipset, a 12-megapixel dual camera, and some interesting new S Pen features. While the device won't arrive until August 24, you can pre-order it beginning today.

Unfortunately, the premium device is not cheap, as it starts at $999.99. That will get you 128GB of on-board storage and 6GB RAM. That's the low-end model though, as for $1,249.99, you get 512GB of storage and 8GB RAM.

You can buy the device unlocked, or you can get a model for AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile, or U.S. Cellular. The only models currently available for any of them are Ocean Blue - which has a yellow S Pen - and Lavender Purple. Midnight Black and Metallic Copper, while shown off yesterday, aren't available yet, although you shouldn't be surprised if they arrive later on.

As a promotional offer until August 23, if you pre-order now you can either get free AKG N60 Noise Cancelling Headphones or the Fortniht Galaxy Skin and 15,000 V-bucks. Or, you can get both for $99, normally priced at $449.

Samsung Upgrade financing starts at $41.67 per month, although you can get up to $450 off of the full price if you trade in an iPhone X, Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9 Plus, or Pixel 2 XL, and that brings the price down to $22.92 per month. Naturally, other devices you might be trading in would have different trade-in values.

To pre-order your Samsung Galaxy Note9, you can do so here.

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