Nope! the Galaxy Note 9 won’t be so pricey as speculated, says Samsung

The month probably won’t come to an end without a leak about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 9, and this particular piece of information that has just popped up is one that should appeal most to fans of the Galaxy Note series.

WinFutre Roland Quandt in a series of tweet a couple of days back revealed that the Galaxy Note 9 might end up as the most expensive in the Galaxy Note series till date. He specifically revealed that the most premium of the Galaxy Note 9 stuffed with 512GB of internal storage could sell for as much as $1200, while its most basic version with 128GB storage would go for about $900.

While that has elicited reactions from fans and tech lovers World over, the Korean giant has today debunked that rumor, saying that its next Galaxy Note smartphone – which obviously is the Note 9, would come with reasonable price tags. Samsung made the revelation as it detailed its key business performances for the second quarter of the year,

For the period under review, Samsung said it recorded a fall in revenue, occasioned by poor sales of its screen panels and smartphones, particularly the flagship grade Galaxy S9. It is however optimistic that it could witness an increase in the demands for smartphones and tablets, and in order to drive that, the upcoming Galaxy Note 9 would come with reasonable price tags.

The company hasn’t revealed what exact price tags we should expect, a few leaked posters and pre-order detail have already given us a clue of what to expect in various regions.

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    July 31, 2018

    $800 atleast will be there for base variant.

  2. Life Bullmans
    July 31, 2018

    BS headline, what is a reasonable price?! O do not think that the S9+ prices are reasonable, not even after a few month on market and price reductions.
    The Note9 at ~~$900 or $850 is NOT reasonable, if not for the Spen, there would be no reason to even consider this device.