Samsung took wraps off of its highly-anticipated Galaxy Note 8 today. Samsung wants to move past its Note 7 debacle, and the company seemed to do everything in its power to make sure people do. That’s why the Note 8 is one of the most powerful smartphones so far this year.
If you’re interested in purchasing the Galaxy Note 8 from your carrier, whether its’ T-Mobile, AT&T, or Verizon, here is the breakdown cost of the device:
- Note 8 from Verizon will cost $960, or $40 a month for 24 months installment.
- Note 8 from AT&T will cost $950, or $31.67 for 30 months on AT&T Next installment plan.
- Note 8 from T-Mobile will cost $930, so far the cheapest option. The carrier is offering the Note 8 for a $210 down payment and $30 monthly installments with T-Mobile’s Equipment Installment Plan. Alternatively, you can do $0 down and $39 per month for Jump on Demand customers.
Samsung is currently only offering 64GB version in the US. Your color choices are limited to either black or gray. If you’re willing to preorder, Samsung is offering either a Samsung Gear 360 camera or a charging bundle of a 128GB microSD card and wireless charging pad.