The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is due to arrive in a couple of days, so it is not really surprising to see the device more than ever before in the headlines in the following day. While we already know a lot about the device’s design, the next few days might see more pricing details of the upcoming device across the Globe.
If you followed last week’s leaks extensively, you probably would know by now the Galaxy Note 9 could be the most expensive device ever seen in the Note series of Galaxy phones. A leak earlier today revealed what could be the pre-order price of the device in Indonesia, and now, we have information on the pre-order pricing of the device in Samsung’s homeland -Korea.
Much like the Indonesia pre-order details, a leaked poster out of Korea has outed the pre-order pricing of just 2 storage variant of the device – the 128GB and 512GB version. Yes, you read right, we should come to term by now that the Note 9 won’t have the 64GB variant, the 128GB will be the base variant.
Moving on, the leaked poster reveals the 128GB variant of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 would retail for 1.09 million KRW /~ 977 USD in Korea, while the 512GB version goes for 1.35 million KRW ~ 1210 USD. Both prices tally to a larger extent with the Indonesian pricing, so it is likely the EU might be the only region where the device might sell for $1000 probably due to tax inclusion – but we will get official information on August 9 when the device is unveiled.