According to SK Telecom, the country’s largest carrier, over half the people chose the pricier model – KRW 1.35 million ($1,200/€1,050) – which offers more storage (512GB vs. 128GB), but also more RAM (8GB vs. 6GB).
The base Galaxy Note9 costs KRW 1.09 million, 20% less ($975/€845). The price clearly didn’t scare off the early adopters, who should receive their unit on August 24 (this Friday).
The Ocean Blue color option (with a yellow S Pen) was the most popular choice, says the carrier, beating out the other colors (Purple, Copper, Black).
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