Samsung Galaxy Note9, revealed its pre-sale date

Samsung Galaxy Note9, revealed its pre-sale date

One of the terminals that all Android fans are waiting for is Samsung’s new premium premium range, the Samsung Galaxy Note9 . We already know that the device will be presented on August 9, that is, within a few weeks, and we can even have a pretty accurate idea of ​​what the price will be. As it happens every year, even though the Note9 will not be cheap , it is more than likely that it is a success in sales. If you are thinking of buying this terminal yourself, you are probably interested in knowing that new information reveals that It can be purchased in pre-sale in mid-August.

Multiple rumors placed the, and the report that we echo today affirms that, indeed, so shall . In that way, the Samsung Galaxy Note9 It will arrive three weeks before its predecessor , which was launched on August 23 and went on sale on September 15, three days after the presentation of the iPhone X. Moving forward the pre-sale and the sale, Samsung would hit a good blow in sales to Apple and your next iPhone.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 was launched on August 23 and went on sale on September 15, so the Note9 will arrive three weeks before its predecessor.

Samsung Galaxy Note9, revealed its pre-sale date

Also, the source collects the words of a market analyst, whose name is not mentioned, who states that “Samsung expects to increase its market share with the launch of the new phone after the decline in sales due to the stiff competition from Chinese smartphone manufacturers.” According, the operators and distributors partners will accept pre-purchases of the Galaxy Note9 “A week before or like this” of the official date of launching – that continues being an incognito, in spite of the rumres -, at least in South Korea.

As far as availability is concerned, Note9 is expected to be launched simultaneously in all major markets . In this way, it would follow the path marked by Note 8, whose availability reached 42 countries around the world at the launch date, highlighting the United States, South Korea, Singapore and most European markets, including Spanish. We will be looking for more information regarding Samsung’s high-end, which. Be that as it may, remember that none of these data is official until Samsung confirms them.

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