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Unlocked Galaxy Note 9 hits another all-time low price on eBay

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Unlocked Galaxy Note 9 hits another all-time low price on eBay
Samsung’s hot new Galaxy Note 9 is anything but affordable, normally starting at a whopping $999.99 unlocked, but ever since the latest S Pen-wielding powerhouse made its commercial debut, prospective buyers have had quite a few solid money-saving options.

You can still get $200 off from Best Buy with upfront Verizon, AT&T, or Sprint activation, while the device manufacturer itself offers a couple of excellent freebies alongside the even costlier 512GB variant.

If you don’t need all that extra storage space and memory, or simply can’t afford its premium, the price of a factory unlocked 128GB/6GB Galaxy Note 9 has dropped again on eBay. You’re looking at a new all-time low $829.99 tag, down from the previous all-time low of $865.99.

As usual, trusted seller Never MSRP can’t hook you up with a manufacturer warranty, but for what it’s worth, you do get free nationwide expedited shipping. And free 30 day returns. And dual SIM connectivity, and GSM network support, and a choice between Lavender Purple and Ocean Blue colors.

The items are obviously brand-new, unused, unopened, and undamaged, sold in their original packaging, with an official charger, USB Type-C cable, headphones, and a North America AC adapter included.

It’s probably needless to remind you this is one of the best-reviewed smartphones around, earning high praise for everything from its marvelous design to a pretty much unrivaled battery life, expert cameras, cooler than ever S Pen, and seamless, dockless DeX technology. So, yeah, 830 bucks is still a lot of money, but you get plenty of bang in exchange.

source: eBay

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