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September 4, 2018

Do you regret buying the Galaxy Note 9?

by John_A

$1,000 second thoughts.

Late last month, Samsung officially launched the Galaxy Note 9 for everyone around the world to purchase. The phone’s not cheaper with a starting price tag of $1,000, but you definitely get what you pay for thanks to the gorgeous display, huge battery, S Pen, and more.


A lot of our AC forum members have been rocking the Note 9 since the day it came out, and recently, one user asked if anyone had any regrets about upgrading to the phone.

Here are just a few of the responses.

09-03-2018 04:24 PM

None at all. This is the phone I’ve been waiting for. Don’t get me wrong I loved the Note 8 but this thing is great.


09-03-2018 04:30 PM

No regrets here. I got both note8 and note9. I can go back and forth when want to. But since getting the note9, the note8 has been put in it’s original box for back up.


09-03-2018 04:42 PM

I’m happy with my N8->N9 upgrade. I like the stereo speakers, the much longer battery life, the enhanced S-Pen, the dual-aperture camera, and the extra storage (128 GB is sufficient for me, in addition to my 256 GB SD card). And the AR emoji are cute. Plus I got the free Duo fast-charging stand, Dex station, and AKG Bluetooth headphones. And I sold my N8 for more than $400.


avatar1803267_2.gifCary Quinn
09-03-2018 06:39 PM

I almost regret not having the money for the 512 Gb version.


What say you? Do you regret getting the Note 9?

Join the conversation in the forums!

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