The Galaxy Note 8 has only been on the market for three months, but we’ve already seen the superb phablet’s price drop belong its usual $900+ asking price a few times during recent sales. Now, just in time for the winter holidays, Samsung’s flagship has dropped to its lowest price ever.
The latest mouth-watering deal is all thanks to eBay seller “Never MSRP”, which is offering free shipping on “brand new and sealed” Galaxy Note 8 phones in Midnight Black, Maple Gold, or Orchid Grey (Pink and Deep Sea Blue have sold out) for just $730.
The model on offer is the unlocked, international version of the Note 8 with a dual-sim slot. It is powered by the Exynos 8895 octa-core chipset instead of the Snapdragon 835 processor found in the US version. The Note 8 comes with 64 GB storage (expandable up to 256 GB), 6 GB of RAM, a 12 MP dual-camera, and a stunning 6.3-inch Super AMOLED “Infinity Display”.
Be aware, however, that this particular model (SM-N950F) is only compatible with GSM carriers. That means AT&T and T-Mobile customers will be fine, but if you’re signed up with a CDMA carrier, like Sprint or Verizon, you’ll want to steer clear (or switch your provider). It’s also worth noting that the device doesn’t come with any kind of US warranty.
At the time of writing, the seller has shipped 2,963 Note 8 devices and only has 7% of its initial stock left, so if you’re after a bargain you’ll want to act fast and place an order while you still can. Hit the button below to head over to the listing!
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