Samsung's aging Galaxy Note 9 is back in the spotlight at an irresistible price
Naturally, the entry-level configuration is not quite so steeply marked down, fetching $500 less than its $999.99 MSRP with 128 gigs of internal storage space and a 6GB RAM count. The $600 price cut is good for the 512/8GB version, which normally costs $1,249.99.
Of course, charging north of a thousand bucks for a nearly two year-old mobile device with, well, two year-old specifications in late 2020 would be absolutely insane, but that doesn't make this Amazon "deal of the day" any less appealing for hardcore stylus fans on a tight budget. And yes, the e-commerce giant somehow has plenty of Galaxy Note 9 units at its disposal to let you choose from Midnight Black, Lavender Purple, and Ocean Blue hues as far as both storage variants are concerned.
In many ways, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is not showing its age one bit, sporting an objectively gorgeous screen with a resolution of 2960 x 1440 pixels and razor-thin bezels while packing an undeniably outdated high-end chipset that is nonetheless significantly faster than the newest upper mid-range processors under the sun.
You also get both a microSD card slot and a headphone jack, as well as a hefty 4,000mAh battery and the newest official version of Android with the latest One UI iteration on top. Not bad for as little as five Benjamins with a standard US warranty included and full support for all major wireless networks, from T-Mobile and AT&T to Verizon and Sprint.