Amazon has dropped the price on a renewed Samsung Galaxy Note 9 to just $486.99. That is a pretty good price, and good for more than $500 off of the original price of the Galaxy Note 9. Of course, with the Galaxy Note 10 launching next week, that did help drive down the price here.
Despite the Galaxy Note 10 having been announced already, and launching next week, the Galaxy Note 9 is still a really good buy.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 sports a large 6.4-inch Quad HD+ AMOLED display, powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset, with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. That is plenty of storage for storing all of your photos, videos, apps and much more. But if it is not, then you can add a micro SD card to the Galaxy Note 9. It supports up to 512GB micro SD cards.
That's another reason why the Galaxy Note 9 is better than the new Galaxy Note 10. The Galaxy Note 10 does not have a micro SD cards lot.
Additionally, there is also a 4000mAh capacity battery inside, which is going to keep the Galaxy Note 9 going all day long on a single charge. It does not support the faster 25W charging though, but it can still fully charge in a little over two hours, which isn't too bad.
The Galaxy Note 9 is a really great smartphone to pick up. And since it is a "renewed" smartphone from Amazon, it does come with its Renewed 90 day warranty. So you can ensure that Amazon is not giving you a dud. And that it is still a perfectly good phone. That's something a lot of people worry about with these renewed or refurbished smartphones.
You can pick up this unlocked and renewed Samsung Galaxy Note 9 from Amazon by clicking here. This one won't be around for long, so you'll want to get it before it's gone.Samsung Galaxy Note 9 - Amazon - $487