- Samsung has a website and app where customers can sign up to be the first to own the Galaxy Note 9.
- By signing up, users will be the first to have the opportunity to order the handset.
- Delivery is guaranteed by August 24.
Samsung has opened up a new reservation system where willing customers can sign up to be the first to pre-order the Galaxy Note 9. The form, available on Samsung’s official site, asks for the individual’s name, email address, and information on if they want a carrier-specific version or an unlocked model. The carrier options include AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint, and U.S. Cellular.
Additionally, Samsung is offering customers up to $450 off the Galaxy Note 9 if they trade in a used handset from Google, LG, Apple, or Samsung. Newer devices that are still in good working order will get buyers the most money towards their purchase.
Those who register will have guaranteed delivery of the Note 9 by August 24. Not only would this allow these customers to be among the first to own the device, but it would also give them the privilege of being the first to play Fortnite on Android, if the current rumors turn out to be true.
It’s pretty clear that Samsung is trying to build up hype for its August 9 announcement. While we know a lot about the Note 9 thanks to numerous leaks, there’s still a lot more to learn about Bixby 2.0, the Galaxy Watch, and the rumored Bixby Speaker which may arrive alongside it.