Brand-new Samsung Galaxy Note 8 now costs a measly $560 on eBay
If you were hesitant to purchase that crazy affordable Galaxy Note 8 variant last week due to its lack of a retail box and official accessories, as well as the possible presence of “minor signs” and scratches, we have some excellent news for you.
A different but equally trustworthy eBay seller has a pretty irresistible new deal on Samsung’s 2017 S Pen-wielding flagship phone, although technically, $560 is more than $530. Only this time, you’re looking at a “brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged item in its original packaging.”
The international, factory unlocked SM-N950F model is compatible with GSM carriers worldwide, shipping for free in the US (with sales tax charged for Texas deliveries), and obviously costing extra elsewhere. Specifically, $22.99 in the UK and other European countries, $26.99 in Australia or Japan, and $22.99 in Canada, to name just a few major markets.
You can get the Galaxy Note 8 at $559.99 in gold, black or gray at the time of this writing, powered by an Exynos 8895 processor, and packing 6GB RAM in addition to 64 gigs of internal storage space. And yes, we know full well the beefed-up Note 9 is around the corner, but we doubt it’ll be worth $300 or $400 more.
Also, if you hurry, you can score a free Google Home Mini as well from eBay simply by adding the smart speaker to your cart, then the Note 8, and check out with the “PMINI4FREE” coupon code.