According to SK Telecom, the country’s largest carrier, over half the people chose the pricier model – KRW 1.35 million ($1,200/€1,050) – which offers more storage (512GB vs. 128GB), but also more RAM (8GB vs. 6GB).
The base Galaxy Note9 costs KRW 1.09 million, 20% less ($975/€845). The price clearly didn’t scare off the early adopters, who should receive their unit on August 24 (this Friday).
The Ocean Blue color option (with a yellow S Pen) was the most popular choice, says the carrier, beating out the other colors (Purple, Copper, Black).
You not the only reader. A lot of people care about price differences between top offer or less offer, to judge if the price difference worth it
5g adoption will take years, and decent prices to be used widely, Note9 will be top phone for few years for sure