A Polish website has published a small piece revealing the upcoming Galaxy Note9's price and release date in the country. According to the media, the information comes from a Samsung employee who attended a pre-briefing for the device.
During the pre-brief, the spokesperson mentioned a price of PLN 4,299 ($1,158/€990) for the base version with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage - it appears that the Note9 will cost about the same as its predecessor when launched. It's expected to hit the Polish market on August 24 with pre-orders starting on the same day of the annoucement - August 9.
In addition, a local store confirmed the exact same price, so we have a good reason to believe the rumors.
We suspect that the European pricing and launch date would be identical to the Polish market with just a few days and euros of difference.
Source (in Polish)
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