It’s a month and a half since Samsung started selling its most premium smartphone this year, the Galaxy Note 9.
However, available at launch was only the variant that packs 128 gigabytes of storage internally. Granted that 128GB is already quite a lot of storage given that the Note 9 allows users to expand storage by a whopping 512GB, it doesn’t hurt to have options, right?
According to a statement from Samsung, the company has now availed the 512GB variant of the Galaxy Note 9 locally.
“…there will be a limited number of units for 8GB RAM device, available from Samsung Experience Stores and authorised dealers countrywide at a recommended retail price of Ksh134,999 and will initially be available in black,” reads part of the statement.
That is Kshs 30,000 more than the cost of the 128GB Galaxy Note 9 when it launched.
With the 512GB Galaxy Note 9, it is now theoretically possible for one to own a smartphone that has a combined storage of 1 terabyte, making what is already one of the best smartphone experiences in the market an even more attractive proposition.