The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is now official, but the big talking point that consumers are going crazy about on social media is the high Galaxy Note 8 price with US and UK buyers now needing to pay a premium.
The Galaxy Note 8 looks like a truly stunning device in terms of its design which we all expected. However with the iPhone 8 set to be one of the most expensive smartphones in history, it looks like Samsung are going to be following suit when the Note 8 arrives in September.
It’s been confirmed that the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 price in the US is $929 unlocked. For those that want to know the breakdown in terms of US carriers here is what we know so far:
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 price for Verizon: $960 or $40 a month over a 24 month period.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 price for AT&T: $950 or $31.67 over a staggering 30 month period with an AT&T Next plan.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 price for Sprint: $960 or $20 a month with zero down payment and on the Sprint Flex plan.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 price for T-Mobile: $930 or $210 up front and then $30 a month for 24 months.
For UK buyers, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 price has been set at £869 for the SIM-free price. Once again, for those buying the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 on contract, here is the breakdown:
The Galaxy Note 8 Carphone Warehouse deals are some of the best available currently and here is what they offer:
Galaxy Note 8 O2 price: £59.99 up front cost and £49.99 a month for 24 months with 5GB of data a month.
Galaxy Note 8 EE price: £159.99 up front cost and £42.99 a month for 24 months with 5GB of data too.
Galaxy Note 8 Three price: £79.99 up front cost and £56 a month for 12GB of data a month for 24 months.
Galaxy Note 8 Vodafone price: £89.99 a month, £50 a month for 4GB a month for 24 months
As you can see this is not a cheap phone at all and the prices just keep getting higher and higher. If you’ve already made your mind up though that you want this phone at all costs, you’ll find the links to buy above depending on what network you are going for.
What is your honest opinion of the Galaxy Note 8. Given the troubles of the Note 7, will you forgive Samsung and make the Note 8 your new dream phone?