Best Samsung Galaxy Note 9 deals: Find a cheap monthly contract

Rachel Erdos
28 Mar 2019

Looking to cash in on a Samsung Galaxy Note 9 deal? Samsung's premium phablet has dropped in price significantly since it first launched in August 2018 and there are some top-notch deals to take advantage of. Check out our list of offers below to help you track down a package to suit your needs and budget. 

READ NEXT: Samsung Galaxy Note 9 review

A flashy Android phablet with a massive bezel-less display, the Note 9 comes with Samsung's own S Pen for on-the-go scribbling and a rear camera fitted with a pair of 12-megapixel sensors. Its giant 6.4in AMOLED screen is pretty special and is ever-so-slightly larger than its predecessor, the Note 8. It's "equipped with all the flagship bells and whistles you've come to expect from a pricey, top-end handset.. [and is] undeniably top of its class" according to our 4-star review.

And thanks to the release of the Samsung Galaxy S10, S10e and S10+, there are even more deals available on Samsung's older handsets so it's a great time to snap up a bargain. 

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Search for a Samsung Galaxy Note 9 pay-monthly or SIM-only deal 

Is the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 worth it?

Similar to its predecessor, the Galaxy Note 9 is a high-end, jumbo Android phablet equipped with Samsung's very own S Pen stylus. While it's nigh on identical to the Galaxy Note 8 in the looks department, the core specifications really set it apart. It's fitted with Samsung’s Exynos 9810 and offers either 6 or 8GB of RAM and 128GB or 512GB of expandable storage, depending on your budget. The rear camera is comparable to the Galaxy S9’s setup, with two 12-megapixel sensors and a variable aperture and, while it's a pricey buy, it's still cheaper than Apple's recent flagship launches. We particularly like its 6.4in Super AMOLED screen, its long-lasting 4,000mAh battery and its bezel-less design. Our only reservation is the price tag, considering it's not hugely different from the previous year's best-performing models. If you can score a deal on the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 though, it gets our vote.

Pros:

  • It's fitted with a long-lasting battery
  • The low-light camera performance is excellent
  • We rate the S Pen improvements

Cons:

  • It's very expensive
  • There's little on offer to warrant an upgrade from Samsung's previous model

Key specs – Screen size: 6.4in; Screen resolution: 2,960 x 1,440; Screen type: Super AMOLED; Front camera: 8-megapixel; Rear camera: Dual 12-megapixel; Storage: 128GB or 512GB; Dimensions: 162 x 76 x 9mm

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