Samsung Galaxy Note 9 scores incredible $500 discount in 512GB configuration at B&H4
Still, Amazon did recently allow buyers of an unlocked 128GB Note 9 variant to shave a cool $280 off the list price of the S Pen-wielding powerhouse, and now the 512 gig configuration is on sale at an outright insane $500 discount through B&H Photo Video. The retailer is currently charging $749.99 instead of $1,249.99 for digital hoarding-friendly phones in black and "ocean blue" with dual SIM support.
That obviously means these are "international" GSM unlocked units, but fret not, as they're fully compatible with the likes of AT&T and T-Mobile, as well as backed by a limited one-year warranty, presumably fulfilled by the seller rather than the handset's manufacturer. B&H also throws in a free Samsung adaptive fast-charging wall charger, normally priced at $9.99. The only downside is you need to hurry to take advantage of this incredible deal, which is a 24-hour-only thing set to expire at midnight, Eastern Time.
If you can get it, you really shouldn't think twice about pulling the trigger, as $750 alternatively buys you an arguably less attractive Galaxy S10e from Samsung in a 128GB variant.
Ironically, the Note 9's own 128 gig configuration still sets you back a whopping $900 when purchased directly on the company's official US e-store. So, yeah, a $750 Galaxy Note 9 with 512 gigs of internal storage space, a valid 12-month US warranty, a blazing fast Exynos 9810 processor, 8GB RAM, 4,000 mAh battery capacity, dual 12MP rear-facing cameras, a beautiful 6.4-inch Infinity Display with no holes or notches, and Android 9.0 Pie software is a straight-up steal.