Samsung wants to make its best smartphone ever, the Galaxy Note9, a bit more affordable. So now it is doubling the value of many trade-ins, bringing it up to $600 that can be used towards a purchase of the Galaxy Note9. That can put a pretty serious dent into the cost of the Galaxy Note 9, which starts at $999 (though the Verizon model is currently $899 through Samsung's website). Not all smartphones will qualify for the $600 credit, as you can imagine. Only the Samsung Galaxy S9 Galaxy S9+, Apple's iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X. The rest will give you a trade-in value of around $300, which is still double what it was, and that's not too shabby, seeing as many other carriers and retailers will give you $100 if you're lucky.
The Galaxy Note9 is Samsung's latest smartphone, and it is definitely a great one to grab. Samsung outfitted the Galaxy Note9 with a 6.4-inch Quad HD+ Super AMOLED display and is powering it with the Snapdragon 845 chipset with 6GB or 8GB of RAM and 128GB or 512GB of internal storage. Of course, if that is not enough storage, there is also a micro SD card slot included that will expand your storage. The Galaxy Note9 is also powered by a 4000mAh capacity battery, that is about 30-percent larger than the previous generation, which is pretty impressive to say the least. Of course, the S Pen is still here, which now has Bluetooth. That means that the S Pen can be used as a remote for your Galaxy Note9, and that is definitely a pretty impressive feature to have here. Many are hailing the Galaxy Note9 as the best smartphone currently on the market, and with a starting price of $999, it really should be.
The process for trading in your smartphone towards the Galaxy Note9 is actually pretty simple. Just head to the link below, and you'll begin by choosing your Galaxy Note9. That will include choosing the color (there's Midnight Black, Ocean Blue, Lavender Purple and Cloud Silver available), then choose your carrier, and your storage capacity. There is 128GB and 512GB available, and the 512GB model comes with a bit more RAM at 8GB and a $250 increase in the price. After that, Samsung will ask you if you have a device to trade-in. So you'll go through adding your smartphone as a trade-in. And to top it all off, you can still take advantage of the current offers that Samsung has for the Galaxy Note9. Which includes choosing the Gear VR for free or the Gear 360 for free. Unfortunately, you can't get both. So you'll choose your gift and then proceed to payment. Samsung will allow you to finance the device, which is what most people do now. You won't get your trade-in credit until Samsung receives your phone. After it receives your phone, it'll then credit your account with the amount that it was worth. And that's it. It's pretty simple. Just hit the link down below to get started, and get a brand new Galaxy Note9 at a pretty big discount.