The Galaxy Note 9 from Samsung mobile won’t make its official debut until August 9, so there is still very much windows for more info to pop up. Today, we have some information regarding storage variants of the upcoming device.
The report confirms the existence of the Galaxy Note 9 with 512GB storage, while also revealing that the Galaxy Note 9, unlike the Note 8 will come with 128GB for the base model. While the idea of having a 512GB storage is laudable, the asking price for such variant might be a turn off for intending buyers, so this might cause buyers to look the other way round.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 with 512GB storage space is tipped to be mated with 8GB of RAM and will come in black and blue color options. The 512GB variant is expected to be priced 1250 euro ($1460), while the base model with 128GB in black, blue and purple colors will go for 1050 euro ($1230). These prices as per the reports are for the European countries, so we expect slight variations depending on the regions, however, a $1000 should be the minimum threshold irrespective of the region or countries.
Although the Note 9 is widely expected to be an identical copy of the Note 9, it would seem the higher price tags would have been necisitaed by the slightly redesigned S Pen, more battery, more RAM and storage.