The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is now up for pre-order from Samsung's website. If you do pre-order from Samsung, you'll be able to get the Galaxy Note 9 from any of the US carriers – AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, US Cellular and Verizon – as well as an unlocked Galaxy Note 9. The price starts at $999 as you'd expect, and you can upgrade to 512GB for $1249.
Samsung is also offering up a couple of promotions with the Galaxy Note 9 for those that do pre-order before August 23. This includes the fact that you can get a pair of AKG noise cancelling headphones, or you can get the Fortnite bundle which includes the exclusive Galaxy Skin and 15,000 V-bucks. Samsung also allows you to choose both for $99. Since Fortnite is launching on Android on the Galaxy Note 9, this is a pretty good bundle to pick up, especially if you are a Fortnite fan, and excited to play it on your new Galaxy Note 9. Samsung is also offering up to $450 off of the price of the Galaxy Note 9 when you trade in your existing device. As is the case with any trade-in offer, the newer the phone, the more money you'll get on a trade in here.
The Galaxy Note 9 is a beast of a smartphone from Samsung, sporting a 6.4-inch display that is slightly larger than the Galaxy Note 8 but still the same physical size. It's powered by the Snapdragon 845 chipset, 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. There is a micro SD card slot as well, but Samsung is also selling a larger 512GB model for $1249 here. Which is going to be plenty of storage for most people. The Galaxy Note 9 also has a pretty large 4000mAh capacity battery, which Samsung says is going to last all-day long for everyone. The Galaxy Note 9 is up for pre-order now and will be shipping on or before August 24, when it launches in the US and other major markets.