Samsung Galaxy Note 9 now available for pre-order from T-Mobile

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Right on schedule, T-Mobile has started taking pre-orders for the Samsung Galaxy Note 9.

The Galaxy Note 9 is available from T-Mobile in Ocean Blue and Lavender Purple color options. The 6GB/128GB model costs $279.99 down and $30 per month for 24 months on EIP, $279.99 down and $29 per month for 18 months with JUMP! On Demand, or $999.99 full retail. If you’d prefer the 8GB/512GB version, you can expect to pay $529.99 down and $30 per month for 24 months on EIP, $529.99 down and $26 per month for 18 months with JOD, or $1,249.99 full retail.

T-Mobile is offering a deal that’ll get you up to $500 off the Galaxy Note 9 (via 24 monthly bill credits) when you trade in an eligible Samsung device. The phones that qualify for this deal include:

$500 off

  • Samsung Galaxy S8
  • Samsung Galaxy S8+
  • Samsung Galaxy S8 active
  • Samsung Galaxy S7
  • Samsung Galaxy S7 edge
  • Samsung Galaxy S7 active
  • Samsung Galaxy Note8
  • Samsung Galaxy S7 Duos
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 5

$250 off

  • Samsung Galaxy S6
  • Samsung Galaxy S6 edge
  • Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+
  • Samsung Galaxy S6 active
  • Samsung Galaxy Note4
  • Samsung Galaxy S5
  • Samsung Galaxy S5 Neo
  • Samsung Galaxy S5 Prime
  • Samsung Galaxy S5 Active
  • Samsung Galaxy S5 Duos
  • Samsung Galaxy S5 Sport

Also of note is that Samsung is taking pre-orders for the unlocked version of the Galaxy Note 9 on its website. The 6GB/128GB model is $999.99 while the 8GB/512GB variant is $1,249.99. The company has a trade-in offer of its own that’ll get you up to $450 in savings when you trade in a qualifying device. The eligible devices include recent flagships from Samsung, LG, Google, and Apple.

No matter who you decide to pre-order your Galaxy Note 9 from, you’ll get to choose a free gift: a pair of AKG noise-canceling wireless headphones or 15,000 V-Bucks to spend in Fortnite. You can also choose to get both gifts for $99.

So now that the Galaxy Note 9 is official and you’ve had some time to digest its specs and features, are you going to pre-order? If so, which model are you going to get?

Sources: T-Mobile, Samsung

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  • Vizzy

    Just got off the phone with customer service, only had to pay $89 for my upgrade..better than the original $280 that was mentioned earlier, customer service did mention to me people who been with T-Mobile 3 years or longer had this option I’ve been with them for over 15

    • jeleel

      No luck there… If I pay the phone off early would I still receive 500 in credits? Or is best to go with Samsung?

    • KOLIO

      Same here,just to confirm there wasn’t some misinformation/mistake,both CSRs gave me the same bad news….

      Too bad that the 512GB version JOD Down payment didn’t go up proportionally.
      Why would one put $529 down for a JOD on the 512GB version when the same will get you EIP & a lower monthly payment?
      Yeah ,you lose JOD,but,that’s my point,I can;t imagine very many people will pony up $529 up front for any JOD.

      Who knows,perhaps T-Mo will lower the JOD down payment on the 512GB version in the near future.

      Enjoy the new phone.

      • Justin Anderson

        I want this phone but paying a huge down payment for JOD yeah….ill pass on this one.
        So for sure the 128GB model is 280 and 512 is $529 down no ways around that?

        • KOLIO

          $81 down for the 6/128 modrl
          $529 down for the 8/512 model.

        • Vlad

          Yes, it’s depends on your credit rating. If you’re high on the list, then you pay T-Mobile 81.99 down payment + tax and 40 monthly, that’s Jump on demand prices.

        • MindFog2287

          But then you’re locked into JOD, right?

        • Vlad

          Not exactly, it’s like a car lease. You locked into JOD for 18 months. You have option to trade phone into another phone multiple times a year. And 18 month lease starts over. Or if you keep same phone for 18 months. You can then decide to keep it and take financing for another 6 months to pay it off.
          So even if you want to purchase it, you better off taking JOD and paying 200 less for down payment.

    • Vlad

      That’s probably what I’ve said, 81.99 + tax
      Did you received email after your order confirming this price ?

      • Vizzy

        Yes signed my eip and everything

    • pda96

      Seriously? So if you’re with TMO for 3 yrs or more, the down payment on the 128GB Note 9 goes down to $89 from $280? So your up front payment is $89+tax?? But you have to call to order and not do it online, right?

    • MindFog2287

      I just contacted them and they said the $89 was a lease downpayment for a JOD for 18 months, not 24 purchase. Are you sure it was a purchase? They said $89 down, then 18 month lease, then you can finance the rest or upgrade again.

      • BoricuaBoy88

        What would the equivalent down payment be for the 512gb variant on JOD? I’m wanting to get it, and plan on trading in my Note 8 for it. (It did not age well. All the same, I’d like a worthwhile spec bump to justify the switch.) I’m gonna wait until the end of the month, at least. I assume I would get the $500 credit, but I’m cringing at that $530 down payment figure being thrown around above.

    • Bryan Ott

      WOW Spent probably 2 hours with them on Twitter going back and forth, got nowhere. I came over to get the Note 7 (we all know how that went) so I guess I’m just shy of 3 years I’ve been on auto draft for the last 2 years to get a discount) never had a late payment.

  • Jesse Raymond

    No luck here. I’ve been with T-Mobile for 8+ years and they still wanted $279 down for JOD. I couldn’t do it.

  • Vlad

    I’ve received confirmation yesterday from Twitter rep, if your credit history and payments are in good shape, you’ll get down payment of 81.99 and 40 monthly on JOD order of 128 gb.

    • cnote7

      They also stated that you have to have 12 months of on time payments, and if your late 1 month the clock starts all over again

  • Philip

    I log into my account and do a upgrade and my Note 5 is worth $56. Mine in good condition, no scratch and working. LOL!

    • Claude

      For $56, I’ll keep my Note 5 a while longer. Mine has no scratch and working perfectly too.

  • npaladin2000

    It should be noted that Samsung’s trade-in deal is up-front right off the top, not spread over 24 months. And not only can you get the unlocked version from Samsung, you can get any of the carrier versions as well. I ended up ordering my T-Mobile phone (Ocean Blue, 128 GB) through Samsung, with a case, for $30 per month after agreeing to trade in a GS8+ for $400 up-front. Depending on your particular situation, it might be better to go through Samsung instead of T-Mobile.

    • Vlad

      But don’t forget, you giving them s8+.
      I’m trading T-Mobile s7 for $500. So after making 279 down payment and after monthly credits. Note 9, cost will $9 a month from T-Mobile.

      • npaladin2000

        The point is, no down payment. The trade-in is essentially my down payment. T-Mobile won’t do that, they’ll take your trade in, but you don’t get full credit for it until 24 months later.

        • MindFog2287

          I saw wording on their site that in-store trades are applied this way, but you have to wait until the 24th for that.

        • kbr kurnool

          I got clarification for this in-store tradein- This basically means, you will get credit of $86(that is the trade in value for s7 edge) and you will get reminder $500 means $500 -$86(whatever trade in value) in credit for 24 months. In store trade in means you will get instant credit of your trade in value. you can check trade in value on t-mobile website.

    • Philip

      I dont mind doing Samsung, the $500 credit is hard to resist my Note 5. Does unlock phone work well with Tmobile video chat?

      • npaladin2000

        No. But you can order the T-Mobile version through Samsung. That’s what I did.

  • Josh Warfel

    I’m probably not looking hard enough, but I don’t see all of the restrictions this time around.. Usually they limit the trade-in bill credits to EIPs, and/or require T-Mobile One.

    I have a paid-off, 100% self-owned, S7.. Anyone know if the $500 trade in credits will work if I JOD the Note 9? Is Simple Choice NA eligible for this?

    • Vlad

      No, I already confirmed twice. I also have s7 edge.
      500 credits are only for eip, and you’ll be getting bill credits all the way thru 24 months payments. Not 500 all together. So on eip, you pay 279 down, 30 monthly and 20.83 in credits back. Plus tax for your payments.

      • MindFog2287

        That’s if you do the pre-order. In-store the fine print says you get the $500 in credit to apply to the downpayment. Also, if anyone is considering the AKG headphones as helping them with the payment (by selling them), there’s this: Only 102,000 AKG noise cancellation headphones, 46,000 Game Bundles, and 36,000 Bundles will be available. If Gifts are unavailable for any reason, Samsung, in its sole discretion, may choose to issue a Reward eCertificate in the apprx value of the Gift as a substitute. Reward eCertificates are valid only at http://www.Samsung.com or in the app for use towards an eligible purchase, and are valid through 11/16/18.

        • George Salcedo

          It’s gets all wonky when they apply the $500 credit to the down payment and taxes. You end up paying more per month even if it’s discounted.

        • MindFog2287

          Just for some backup, in case anyone else is wondering, here’s the wording from the FAQ of the Note 9 promo page on T-Mobile:- – Eligible customers performing an in-store trade-in, instantly receive store credit for the trade-in value, with the remainder of your $500 or $250 savings via 24 monthly bill credits.

        • its4us2think

          I didn’t get any option to choose the headphones when ordering through tmobile. Did any of you get it?

  • roger shahan

    Why isn’t the s9 eligible

    • Philip

      Note 7 too.

      • J.J.

        If you mean the original it’s Likely because it’s a failed/cancelled phone that they already gave an opportunity to return. A person is just keeping at their own risk at this point.

        • meh…

          Or they keep it in a fireproof box so that one day they can sell that newly scarce, and appreciated in value device to some collector/idiot.

    • pda96

      No kidding. Just about everyone is saying how poorly S9 sales are and that it’s the worst selling S phone ever. Yet, their prices are still high and promos are strangely scarce. The TMO promos of late have been too restrictive, reserved for Unlimited customers only. I guess Samsung is not that desperate in getting rid of S9 and Note 8 inventories.

  • Matt Macaluso

    Not to mention it’s $0 down on every other carrier.

    • Philip

      They should just have done $500 down with a 2 yr contract and I am OK. hehe

  • Charles McCaskill

    No thanks on this one. Staying with G7 until I see what Apple does and how the XL3 really looks and performs.

    • riverhorse

      Price and spec-wise similar, probably Apple faster for now- version afterwards may not be– but will it support all Tmo bands? For that price, due to work and travel, I wouldn’t want even one mhz less aggregation, not one mb slower modem.
      If XL3 dows not fully support all the newest Tmo network advances / bands, OnePlus 6 price point will be better deal in spite of inferior hardware.

  • kbr kurnool

    First of all NOTE9 price is itself is very high $1000. And I dont like T-Mobile not giving $500 credit after taking the trade in phone. Why I should I wait 24 months for getting the credits for the phone which is in their custody. Basically T-Mobile is not really uncarrier, because indirectly they are also locking you 24 month contract like this. No point in buying phone from T-Mobile.

    • MindFog2287

      The fine print for the T-Mobile deal says if you trade your phone in-store (on the 24th – I guess they will keep the promo open until after that?), you get the $500 T-Mobile credit immediately for the deposit, with the remainder being given out in increments over the remaining months.

      • kbr kurnool

        Where can I see this fine print. Can you please direct .?

        • MindFog2287

          Sure. If you go to the Galaxy Note 9 Promo FAQ page, click “more” to see all the questions. I think you have to do this a couple times. Here’s the wording:

          – Eligible customers who mail in their trade-in device will receive the full promotional value via 24 monthly bill credits.
          – Eligible customers performing an in-store trade-in, instantly receive store credit for the trade-in value, with the remainder of your $500 or $250 savings via 24 monthly bill credits.

      • Arbi

        I return note 8 directly to Samsung and they gave $400 discount toward new note 9. if you want instant discount, Samsung website is your best choice. you can also finance with them for 24 months of remaining $500.

        • J.J.

          Bingo! I quit buying phones from tmo an jod after the big down payments started.

      • Chef

        No, you don’t get the $500 credit immediately for the deposit. You still have to pay the full deposit. They take the $500 off the total price of the phone and reduce your monthly payments . . But they still want that $280 (plus tax) deposit on the front end.

  • Bill P

    Well, I spent yesterday going back and forth with reps from my Twitter complaint. Include John Legere’s twitter handle and you get a quick response. I see some of the post about the $89 down and $40 for JOD for those over 3 yrs. I’ve been with T-Mobile for 17 yrs, been on JOD since it started, but no mention of this option, only the $279 down. Responding back to see what they say now. And thanks for posting this info!

    • KOLIO

      Please keep us posted…
      Whether on JOD or EIP,the down payments are apparently a “T-Mobile Uncarrier Exclusive”,not seeing it from the other US Carriers.

      Hopefully,they’ll give a reasonable explanation on how this is supposed to be of benefit to us…….

    • meh…

      I went and pre-ordered today at my local Tmo store and they gave me the $89 down upfront. I pre-ordered lavender purple.

  • Stephan Tchorbajian

    As much as the Galaxy S9 or even note are great phones there just isn’t any value. Now take the OnePlus6 for $580 and you’re getting a 2K amoled panel, 8 GB of RAM, 128 GB built-in storage, and an all-metal/glass construction/w dual cameras. With these kind of values I just don’t see the point in getting a G7, S9, etc. when I can get flagship specs at half the cost. Plus, this phone supports tethering, T-Mobile wifi-calling, and 600 Mhz.

    • riverhorse

      Absolutely correct. I mean, it’s ok to pay extra for more, but when you can buy two of A instead of one of B…that’s the breaking point.
      If by next year LAA/higher qam/aggregation becomes significant enough, then we upgrade.
      To boot, on this side of the pond we get the lesser processor. rooting is an issue…

      • Stephan Tchorbajian

        Unfortunately there is no perfect phone out there. However, for the price I think the OnePlus6 is by far the best value on the market. I’ve had it for roughly three week’s now and it’s a dream; hands down better than any LG phone I’ve used. The display isn’t perfect as it’s HD+ and the speaker could be better, but for the price it’s an unbeatable deal.

    • Philip

      I was going to get the Pixel phone. Its value right? The speaker is weak. I have to get the S9 or Note 9 bc the speaker are louder.

  • riverhorse

    A thousand plus plus for Samsung and Iphone…they’re just pure status symbols now– and make you and your loved ones an absolute target. You become a prisoner of your possessions / have to rearrange your life where you go, when, how you interact, and how alert you remain at all times.
    Read the police blotters for your town– victims either run into some social justice warrior, or the lockers in the fancy gyms get cleaned out, or things disappear at upscale eateries.

  • cnote7

    I’m gonna wait until the down payment is way less or $0. I can’t see putting a car payment down on a phone. Several phone ago they started with $59 down and now $279+tax! Shame on you T-mobile!

    • Bklynman

      Tmo lock out Costo,Sam Club,all big box stores from offering better deal they are,but the other 3 big are those,so uncarrier TMO!

  • Mike

    Verizon and ATT are offering buy one and get one free on the Note 9. I’m trading in a phone so I’m getting two Note 9 for only $650.00

    • Philip

      Need to open a new line?

  • Homero

    Where’s black!

    • Dante Farrar

      My frustration exactly

    • riverhorse

      I’m tired of black….and dull colors like gray won’t do either.
      OTOH other colors can be too much at times– like wearing the same blue suede shoes or red velvet boots day after day after day…while drawing unnecessary attention.

  • Lavorg Townsend

    If i trade in my note 5 a $500 trade-in value, do I still pay the full $279 + full tax on a half price phone

    • Philip

      Yes about $370 total up front.

      • Chef

        Why $370?

  • Phil

    Lol 1000.00 smartphone, Screw that!
    I will stick with LG K20 Plus , yes it gets job done costing me only 7.00 a month

    I might dump JOD1.
    Down payment are too darn high , it’s total waste of $$

    • riverhorse

      That’s too extremish to the opposite side though. I bought that phone for my aunt-in-law.
      OTOH they just don’t make great middle ground phones @ middle of the road prices, It’s either feast or famine(with most feasts missing expected high-end items).

      • Phil

        Coming from a very large collection of high end smartphones last being S7.
        I’ve found the cheapo K20 Plus performence pretty comparable with far better battery life , better BT range , better call quality & display less blinding.
        Only major downfall , camera performance….it sucks compared to S7.
        Other then camera , it has been outstanding device saving big $$ monthly.
        A great investment!

        As far as spending 1000.00 on smartphone , it’s a total freaking rip off.
        Yes, you get a couple new bells & whistles but nothing that’s truly must have can’t live without.
        They have pathetic 1 year warranty & Non removable battery that provides 1.5 – 2 year solid use.
        Insurance is a must have , more $ down the drain referb in the future.
        My rant is complete lol

        • riverhorse

          It’s very good. I used the K20+ a coupla times. Everything you say. Even reading / surfing the web is better on it than on many larger phones. Make a minimum 6″, 4&64gb version and it’ll fly off the shelves.
          I am disturbed LG nixed removable battery from the newest Stylo, and never included IR…they need to leave be a line or two with these options.

        • Phil

          Right on.
          Just visited store payed bill took look @ Stylo & I agree.
          Non-remove battery lack of IR is downside.
          Nice device though , well worth 250.00 price tag.
          I spoke with rep about Note 9.
          I fall into 81.00 down / 40.00 month bracket.
          Rep was selling me hard on taking leap , it was great entertainment lol.

  • Mike

    Huge down payments makes no sense on JOD. Heck even Sprint lease their version of JOD is $0 down and only $21 a month for a Note 9 and you can trade it in after 12 months.

    • cnote7

      It makes no sense to put $300 down on a phone. Also, if you jump phones every year, it’s literally giving T mobile money. It should always be a low or no down payment for jump customers.

      • Mike

        I rather tmobile take a one time deposit. It makes no sense to put down $300 each jump. I have a 740 credit score and was told I needed to pay a down payment to jump to the Note 9.

  • Edwin Rodriguez

    Have you noticed that T-Mobile hasn’t done anything because they don’t care all about the money

  • Phil

    Payed T store a visit spoke with rep finding I fall into the 81.00/40.00 month bracket with JOD1.
    He then pushed the sell was getting paper work started in which I replyed –
    Hold on , are you freaking crazy , I’m not spending 1000+Tax on a smartphone that will be paperweight little over 2 years if not sooner lol

    • riverhorse

      This is so true– especially because EVEN if manufacturer suddenly went crazy and included all possible features at highest possible capacity– it couldn’t overcome the ongoing TMO network spec upgrades, and upcoming phone modem advances.

    • THXULTRA

      I didn’t even know there was a JOD2. How do you know if you are JOD1 or JOD2?

      • Phil

        JOD1 – First jump on demand , I’m thinking it was 2013 when I signed up.

        It allows jumping device 3 times in 12 month period.
        Device down payment…if any & full device tax up front.

        JOD2 was made available year later.
        Not sure what changes were put in place.

        • THXULTRA

          Ya I was originally on JOD 1 I’m not sure what I’m on now since T-Mobile screwed up one of my trade ins and had to put my phone on a new plan to fix it. The $279 down deal sucks though makes the plan completely worthless.

        • Phil

          In the confusion they more then likely pulled you over to JOD2 with the – no need to pay device tax upfront perk.
          In 2014 , store rep friend told me not to take bait stay with original setup so I did.

        • THXULTRA

          Ya I’m going to call and find out. I will be pissed if they did. She said it started me over so I had 3 upgrades so hoping they left it alone. Other wise I may be switching to Comcast phone

  • Bemi

    I went to check out the note 9 tonight. It’s nice. I do not really feel like I am missing out on anything with the note 8. I might just wait to jump on a black Friday deal or wait for the note 10. I have jumped every time since the Note 4.

    • S6EdgePlus IsBoss

      Note10 won’t exist. Samsung is consolidating the Galaxy Note and Galaxy S line due to the Galaxy X coming in 2019. Samsung doesn’t want to have three smartphone product lines.

      • MastarPete

        Meh, that’s still just speculation even if it actually was a Samsung exec that said it and that’s supposedly only if the Note 9 tanks as bad or worse than the S9. With that price tag they’re sure setting themselves up for another nose-dive.

        Could there be an X line? Sure but I really don’t think they’re going to kill the S unless they want to avoid going into the double digits. Which is about the lamest reason. Sadly calling it the ‘Galaxy X’ is just Samsung’s way of driving hype for the 10th iteration of the Galaxy S phone. AKA I’ll believe it when I see it at the launch event.

      • squiddy20

        Dude, you’ve been saying the “Galaxy X” aka “Note Fold” will be out every year since 2012…

      • lmao

  • Bklynman

    Just Google Costo Note 9 deal,and Samclub Note 9 deal,they are both better than Tmo lame deal.

    • Aaron A.

      I don’t see any Deal for T-mobile Note 9.
      Unfortunately those deals are for other 3 Carriers not T-mobile.

      • Bklynman

        Mmmmm,yea you are right,was about to join Costo just to get it,oh well. Amazon has good deal on unlock Note 9,but not sure they will honor the reduce price with a trade in. Might be able to get a rebate with Samsung those. I don’t know for sure if they are,or are not,Slickdeals wrote they are,but when I went on the Costo site it is not there,so you might have go in person to Costo,Sam’s,BJ,what other big box store you have near and ask in person. This what SD wrote, FYI, if you pre-order the T-Mobile Note 9 through Costco with the in warehouse pickup option , they will give the promo value back (250 or 500 depending on phone – same phones/values as T-Mobile deal) split between a prepaid card by rebate and a single bill credit for the actual trade in value of the device traded in. This is instead of the 24 bill credits T-Mobile is doing. In warehouse only. New/existing customers, no new line required, One or Simple Choice Unlimited only.

        Total: $999 + tax – ??? bill credit (probably $200 max unless you are trading in an S9 for some reason) – (500-credit) prepaid card = $499 + tax on full price of phone. This will of course be lower if trading in an S6 or something else that only gets the $250 promo.

        Source: I stopped by Costco earlier today and saw their promo sheet.

  • S6EdgePlus IsBoss

    Note9, GalaxyWatch, and TabS4 will be joing my Note8 and S8Plus. Can’t ask for anything else in Samsung land. #SamsungKnights rule always….

  • Derrick B.

    What is everyone’s expected ship date? Mine says between 8/29/2018 and 9/5/2018.

    Note 8 & Gear S3 Frontier on deck
    #SamsungKnights

    • Vlad

      That’s strange… Maybe initial batch they have already sold out. Sounds like a week later. Mine says shipped by 8/24

      • Derrick B.

        Yeah it’s weird because I ordered day 2 of pre-order. Maybe like T-mobile always does I’ll get it early anyways.

        • sergio

          Derrick mine preorder from yesterday also says 8/29-9/5. I ordered the 512gb ocean blue. Did you order the 128 or the 512?

        • Derrick B.

          Ocean Blue 512

        • sergio

          Yes that’s probably why then the 512 might take longer to ship than the 128. Hopefully they ship early

    • Michael Ramos

      I ordered mine yesterday and got next day shipping which was $24 and the email said it was shipping out 8/24-8/24 and I also got a txt from tmo today : T-Mobile Msg: Thanks for your order! We expect to ship your T-Mobile order#(removed) between 8/24/2018 and 8/24/2018. You’ll see charges on your card once it ships. To check status go to t-mo.co/order

  • Angel Nieves

    Just noticed the down payment hit my card today. So T-Mobile may be getting ready to ship it our early. I pre-ordered the Note 8 and it was shipped early. I hope they do it for the pre-orders of the Note 9 too. I ordered August 10.

    • Michael Ramos

      Just got charged as well I’m excited :D

      • Angel Nieves

        Did you order the 128 GB? Are you getting the free headset or the Fortnite game?

        • Michael Ramos

          Got the blue 128, & I’m definitely getting the headset, how about you ?

        • Angel Nieves

          I got the same Ocean Blue and 128 GB. I am planning on keeping this one for at least 2 years until 5G gets fully rolled out.

        • Michael Ramos

          Did you get your tracking number ? I got mine but it says delivery date unavailable, my guess is it will ship out Monday and be here by Tuesday , on the UPS website it says order processed waiting for ups

        • Angel Nieves

          Yes got tracking info. I believe it should arrive Tuesday. I got the tracking number and it wasn’t picked up Friday. It’s nice that they’re sending it out ahead of the official release date.

    • Vlad

      Also was charged for 2 separate orders… Sounds like everyone who ordered early already being processed. Might ship right after the weekend.

  • Kgr

    Card hit as well

  • Latoya Anderson

    My order has shipped. Got confirmation this morning. Should arrive in 3 days!!!

    • Vlad

      Many people received same confirmation 2 days ago. Nothing was shipped, only ups label was printed. T-Mobile still haven’t released anything yet for shipment. It’s too early. Check tracking… It clearly says that.

  • Joe.R

    Delivery estimate updated to Wednesday!

    • Latoya Anderson

      Mine says tomorrow!!!! Fingers crossed!!!

    • Adrienne Deering

      Mine still says label created but no delivery date provied yet…hopefully it gets updated with a date soon, Wednesday would be nice :)

  • beganto

    Got the tracking # this morning, estimated Thursday 23rd by the end of the day. Ordered in store on the 17th. Can’t wait

  • Latoya Anderson

    Just talked to rep and was told today is the 1st day of shipping. Depending on what kind of shipping options you had expect it to be delivered on the 29th. Could be earlier!!

  • Latoya Anderson

    Just got update that my package is in Kentucky which isn’t far from Memphis. It says Thursday the 23rd!!!!

  • Joe.R

    Mine is transit now. Rescheduled delivery for Thursday as well.

  • Vlad

    Mine shipped, had estimated delivery Wednesday, now after origin scan, delivery rescheduled to Thursday…

  • Scott Maier

    I ordered directly from Samsung. Shipped yesterday and will be delivered tomorrow, 8/22.

    • Scott Maier

      Just received mine from FedEx!

  • Michael Ramos

    Mine got a departure scan from Kentucky, confirmed delivery date for tomorrow 8/22 between 3:15-5:15 PM , got my case ready til my dbrand skin gets here :)