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Samsung Galaxy Note 9 price speculation further ramps up



With Samsung's official Galaxy Note 9 announcement just over a week away, we've reached a point in the pre-launch buzz-building campaign, which makes it easier to wonder what we do not know about "next big things." [19659002] A very important puzzle that has not been technically revealed yet is the phone's recommended pricing in the United States, but it's certainly not hard to make an educated guess based on history, general market trends, as well as rumor numbers for regions that are as diverse as Western- Europe and Southeast Asia.

Another leaked advertising item seems to reveal Galaxy Note 9's pricing structure for Samsung's home country in South Korea today, largely in line with our expectations and past speculations of the same type.

Once again, we only see 1

28 and 512GB variants mentioned, and strongly suggest that there will be no configurations that accommodate 64 or 256 gigabyte data internally. The "SKU level" is designed to cost 1,090,000, equivalent to $ 970, while the digital hammer-friendly 512 gig model can bring as much as KRW 1,350,000 ($ 1200).

There are also three dates listed under the two price tags, and although this writer is not particularly fluent in Korean, one can probably assume that Samsung is preparing to stop the 10th of August, closing them on 20th. and start shipments as well as make physical fixtures available in regional brick and mortar stores on August 24th. It is also largely in line with existing rumors about the global phone release of the phone. So, yes, this jigsaw puzzle is almost complete, despite the fact that the sparkling unpacked event only takes place next week.

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