Samsung opens up registrations for the upcoming Galaxy Note 9

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Just days after reporting slow sales of Galaxy S9, Samsung is apparently taking early registrations for the upcoming Galaxy Note 9. The device is scheduled to launch on August 9th in New York. However, Samsung has opened up early registrations for fans who want to try Galaxy Note 9 as soon as it launches.

The page shows a short teaser of Galaxy S Pen in Golden colour and on the right is a registration form. The form asks for basic information and the prefered carrier. Moreover, Samsung is also running a buyback program and is giving users discounts up to $450 when they trade-in their old device. The phones from Samsung, Google, Apple and LG are eligible for the trade-in program. Additionally, the device should also meet some standard guidelines like no cracks or dents, proper documentation etc. You can read the full terms and conditions of the Trade-in offer here. Once the user clicks Reserve, they will get a link to purchase the reserved handset.

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is rumoured to come with Snapdragon 845 processor, 6 or 8 GB RAM and Storage up to 512 GB. The device will be priced at around $1,000 and will be available starting 24th August. If you’re interested in reserving the device then you can head to Samsung’s website and reserve it.

Via: Neowin

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