The Exynos 9810 powered unlocked Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is just $870 on eBay
by Alan Friedman / Sep 09, 2018, 4:14 PM
For those in the U.S. who would rather own an Exynos 9810 powered Samsung Galaxy Note 9, you can pick one up on eBay from a U.S. based seller. This is the unlocked 128GB SM-N960F/DS model. Yes, the DS means that this unit offers Dual Sim capabilities, and it is unlocked to GSM carriers in the U.S. such as T-Mobile and AT&T. In other words, Verizon and Sprint subscribers might as well move on.
There are only a few units left, available in Midnight Black, Lavender Purple, Metallic Copper, and Ocean Blue. The price is $869.98, a 13% discount from the $999.99 MSRP price. Four-day delivery is free. And for those who use the Positive feedback percentage to gauge how trustworthy an eBay seller is, this one has a 98.9% rating.
The seller has already rung up 24 units at last count. Since the U.S. version of the phone is powered by the Snapdragon 845 Mobile Platform, this is a chance to pick up a variant of the Galaxy Note 9 that most stateside owners of the phone don't have. Want to be unique? You can buy the Exynos 9810 powered Galaxy Note 9 by clicking on the sourcelink below.
- Display 6.4" 1440 x 2960 pixels
- Camera 12 MP / 8 MP front
- Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 845, Octa-core, 2800 MHz
- Storage 512 GB + microSDXC
- Battery 4000 mAh(29h 3G talk time)
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Price drop in a matter of month. What causes?
posted on Sep 09, 2018, 7:03 PM 0
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Guess this phone is failing like the Note 9 & its not even out.
posted on Sep 14, 2018, 8:19 AM 0
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Who would have thought? Typical that reseller would sell for less than the manufacturer. What a surprise. Eight PA? I mean this may be a first time ever.
posted on Sep 09, 2018, 9:20 PM 1
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The Exynos variants of the S8/N8/S9/N9 don't contain all of the LTE bands for North America. They have a few, but depending on what LTE bands are used in your location, you may or may not get an LTE signal.
posted on Sep 09, 2018, 10:14 PM 0
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