Galaxy S10's official announcement, with hefty discounts on both 128 and 512 gig versions of the Note 9. No catches, no strings attached, but unfortunately, no valid US warranty either.Oddly enough, even those types of promotions essentially ground to a halt after the holidays. But fret not, bargain hunters, as top-rated eBay seller Never MSRP has your back ahead of the
The brand-new, "unused, unopened, and undamaged" items in their original packaging are currently available for $659.99 a pop in an "entry-level" configuration and $849.99 if you absolutely have to get all the memory and storage space in the world. That may still sound like a lot of money, especially for the upper-tier model, but then again, the Galaxy Note 9 delivers a lot of horsepower, camera prowess, stellar battery endurance, and a premium, clean design some folks are starting to regret.
Normally, the no-notch, no-hole 6.4-incher would set you back a whopping $999.99 with 128 gigs of local digital hoarding room and 6GB RAM or an outright insane $1,249 in a 512/8GB variant. Technically, the units on sale through eBay are not specifically designed for the US market. But they're factory unlocked and fully compatible with GSM networks nationwide, including AT&T and T-Mobile.
You don't have to worry about shipping costs or sales tax in most states, and you can even return the phone within 30 days of your purchase in exchange for a full refund if you change your mind for any reason. At the time of this writing, the heavily marked-down Galaxy Note 9 is available in black, blue, and purple hues with 128GB storage, but only in Ocean Blue as far as the 512 gig version is concerned.