Latest Galaxy Note 8 eBay deal brings the price down to $533 - PhoneArena

You can get a brand-new Galaxy Note 8 from eBay for just $533 now

You can get a brand-new Galaxy Note 8 from eBay for just $533 now
An abundant stream of recent leaks has made it pretty clear the fast-approaching Galaxy Note 9 will essentially be a cross between last fall’s Note 8 and this spring’s Galaxy S9+. If you’re not willing to wait for next year’s Galaxy S10, widely expected to bring true innovation to the table, you might want to give one of Samsung’s two latest flagship handsets a second look.

After all, no matter how repetitive the Note 9’s design may seem, its starting price is likely to cause you a serious panic attack. The Galaxy S9 and Note 8 are not exactly what we’d call bargains either, but the former can be purchased alongside a free Samsung Chromebook, while the latter is cheaper than ever before on eBay.

The Galaxy Note 8 was available at $525 the last time we reported on a hot eBay deal, but BuySpry’s heavily discounted item came in “new other” condition, meaning “minor signs due to handling” may have been present on the device. That particular listing has also gone up to $570 in recent weeks, leaving top-rated seller NeverMSRP unchallenged at a new all-time low price of $532.99.

You’re looking at “brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged” products here, mind you, ready to be shipped in their “original packaging” nationwide at no extra cost. These are dual SIM SM-N950F variants with Exynos 8895 processing power and LTE support for GSM networks, but unfortunately, only one color is in stock at the time of this writing. 

If you don’t mind “settling” for a swanky gold flavor of one of the world’s most well-reviewed smartphones today, you’ll probably want to hurry and pull the trigger before NeverMSRP completely runs out of “limited” inventory. Needless to highlight Samsung, Best Buy, and B&H Photo Video are all charging significantly more than $533 for an unlocked Galaxy Note 8, although purchasing the phone from eBay does not get you a valid warranty.

source: eBay
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