Samsung - Galaxy Note9 128GB (Unlocked) - Ocean Blue
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- Wireless Technology2G, 3G, 4G, CDMA, GSM, LTE, TD-SCDMA, WCDMA (UMTS)
- Android 8.1 Oreo
- Talk (CDMA): up to 2280 min; Talk (WCDMA): up to 2280 min; Playback (audio): up to 60 hrs; Playback (audio (Always On Display Off)): up to 95 hrs; Playback (video): up to 21 hrs; Active online usage (3G): up to 15 hrs; Active online usage (LTE): up to 16 hrs; Active online usage (Wi-Fi): up to 16 hrs
- 2.8 gigahertz
- 128 gigabytes
- 6.4 inches
- 6 gigabytes
- Front-Facing Camera8 megapixels
- Processor BrandQualcomm Snapdragon
- Rear-Facing Camera12 megapixels
- Internet ConnectableYes
- Galaxy Note9
- Product NameGalaxy Note9 128GB (Unlocked)
- Data Plan RequiredNo
- Device ManufacturerSamsung
- Additional Hardware IncludedUSB Wall charger, Micro USB Cable, USB (OTG) Connector, AKG in-ear headset
- Phone StyleSmartphone
- Model NumberSM-N960UZBAXAA
- Galaxy Note9
- ColorOcean Blue
- Color CategoryBlue
- Charging Interface(s)USB Type C
- Wireless Charging StandardPMA, Qi
- Model FamilySamsung Galaxy Note9
- Expandable Memory up to512 gigabytes
- SIM Card SizeNano SIM
- SIM Card SlotsSingle SIM
- Carrier CompatibilityAT&T, Appalachian, Bluegrass, Boost Mobile, C Spire, Cellcom, Cricket, FreedomPop, H2O Wireless, Net10, Open Mobile, Simple Mobile, Sprint, T-Mobile, TRACFONE, Ting, Total Wireless, US Cellular, Verizon
- Text/Instant MessagingYes
- Email CapableYes
- Keyboard TypeTouch Screen
- Media Card SlotmicroSD
- Built-In GPSYes
- SensorsAccelerometer, Ambient light sensor, Barometer, Compass, Fingerprint sensor, Geomagnetic sensor, Gesture sensor, Gyro sensor, Hall effect sensor, Heart rate sensor, Magnetometer, Oxygen saturation sensor
- Maximum Depth Of Water Resistance5 feet
- Stand-By Time4.1 days
- Voice ActivatedYes
- Ingress Protection (IP) RatingIP68
- Mobile Payment Service SupportedSamsung Pay
- Wireless ChargingYes
- Social Media and Messaging ServicesMMS, SMS
- Shock ResistantNo
- Dust ResistantYes
- Stylus DockCharging
- Headphone JackYes
- Display TypeSuper AMOLED HD
- 2960 x 1440
- Integrated CameraYes - Front and Back
- Recording Resolution3840 x 2160 (4K)
- Frame Rate60 frames per second
- Battery TypeLithium-ion
- 4000 milliampere hours
- Adaptive Fast Charging, Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0
- Charging Interface Generation/Version3.1
- Universal UnlockedYes
- Data Transmission TypeDC-HSPA+, EDGE, EV-DO, FD-LTE, FDD-LTE, GPRS, HSDPA, HSPA+, LTE, LTE Advanced, TD-LTE, TD-SCDMA
- Data Transmission Operating BandLTE Band 1, LTE Band 12, LTE Band 13, LTE Band 17, LTE Band 18, LTE Band 19, LTE Band 2, LTE Band 20, LTE Band 25, LTE Band 26, LTE Band 28, LTE Band 29, LTE Band 3, LTE Band 30, LTE Band 38, LTE Band 39, LTE Band 4, LTE Band 40, LTE Band 41, LTE Band 5, LTE Band 7, LTE Band 8
- Data Transmission Peak Download Rate1200 megabits per second
- Data Transmission Peak Upload Rate150 megabits per second
- Wireless CompatibilityBluetooth, Wireless A, Wireless AC, Wireless B, Wireless G, Wireless N, Wireless N Dual Band
- Network TypeCDMA, GSM
- 4G LTE Band1, 12, 13, 17, 18, 19, 2, 20, 25, 26, 28, 29, 3, 30, 38, 39, 4, 40, 41, 46, 5, 66, 7, 8
- GSM 2G Frequency1800, 1900, 850, 900
- CDMA 2G Frequency1900, 800, 850
- GSM 3G Frequency1900, 2100, 850, 900
- CDMA 3G Frequency1900, 800
- 4G LTE Frequency1700, 1800, 1900, 2100, 2300, 2500, 2600, 700, 850, 900
- Stylus IncludedYes
Certifications & Listings
- Product Height6.37 inches
- Product Depth0.35 inches
- Product Weight7.09 ounces
- Manufacturer's Warranty - Parts1 Year
- Manufacturer's Warranty - Labor1 Year
- Internal CarrierNot Applicable
Rating 4.8 out of 5 stars with 1747 reviews(1,747 Reviews)
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Best phone available
Best phone available|Posted .
I have nothing but great things to say. I love the functionality of the pen. The colors available are gorgeous, I had a difficult time choosing the blue over purple. The size of the screen and the height make 1 handed use easy. I have more than enough storage space, the processor is snappy and the OS is easy to navigate.Sorry, there was a problem. Please try again later.
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
The best phone ever
The best phone ever|Posted .
I love my new phone, the note 9 it is a an upgrade from the 8, I still have the 8, but what I like the best is that I can control my music from the pen.Sorry, there was a problem. Please try again later.
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Great phone; Fair price; Friendly/attentive staff!
Great phone; Fair price; Friendly/attentive staff!|Posted .
I have no complaints. My summary says it all, honestly.
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FeaturesQuality5 out of 5
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Finally, Wifi calling with Unlocked Variant!
Finally, Wifi calling with Unlocked Variant!Posted .
Wifi Calling works on this unlocked variant! (Sprint) Camera is inferior to my Pixel 2 XL, that was released nearly a year ago! Samsung, please provide Stock Android, Touchwiz is horrible!Sorry, there was a problem. Please try again later.
Rating 4.4 out of 5 stars with 53 reviews(53 Reviews)
- TechRadarRating, 4.5 out of 54.5Samsung Galaxy Note 9 reviewWhen the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 launched it was a little bigger, slightly more colorful, a bit more powerful and pricier than prior Note phones, but be warned: it’s no longer the latest Note on the market. It's been superseded by the SamsungFull Review
- You Can Really Feel the Samsung Note 9's $1000 Price TagSince the beginning, the big honking screens on Galaxy Note phones have been their most memorable characteristic. But as the rest of the smartphone world caught onto the jumbo display trend and screen sizes from various makers started to convergeFull Review
- EngadgetRating, 4.6 out of 54.6Samsung Galaxy Note 9 review: A better Note for most of usSamsung continues its nearly spotless history of delivering excellent big-screen phones with the Note 9. It offers powerful performance, a long-lasting battery and a brilliant display. Its cameras aren't the best in class, but they still takeFull Review
- Tom's GuideRating, 4 out of 54.0Galaxy Note 9 Review: The Best Big-Screen PhoneSamsung has been an innovator with the Galaxy Note lineup, with past models setting the bar for productivity powerhouses with huge screens. But these days, nearly every flagship phone is now giant. Having a cutting-edge processor, pro-level cameraFull Review
Q: Questionwhat is best to get unlock or sprint (currently my carrier), i heard that you are on your own w/respect to connectivity issues if you get it unlock.
Asked by Nel
- A:Answer Greetings, I actually bought 2 , the devices where unlocked and i had no issues to connectivity. I feel that it is better because in case you want to change service, or sell the phone.
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Asked by Diana
- A:Answer Yes, this product works with T-mobile.
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Q: QuestionDoes this version support the Esim card?
Asked by johno
- A:Answer MOBILE What is an eSIM? Here’s everything you need to know The iPhone Xs comes with an eSIM — here’s what that means Guide to the eSIM The humble SIM card has survived for quite a while, but it now finally looks like it’s on its way out. Why? Well, the eSIM, a much smarter technology, is here to save the day. Before we dive into what an eSIM is, it might be helpful to understand what a SIM is. A SIM, which stands for “subscriber identity module,” basically contains the information that authenticates your identity to a carrier. In other words, the SIM card is what tells a carrier that you’re you — and without it, carriers wouldn’t know that you’re subscribed to their network, and thus wouldn’t let you use their cell towers. But learning about a standard SIM card isn’t why you’re here. Here’s everything you need to know about the new eSIM. WHAT IS AN ESIM? An eSIM is exactly what it sounds like — an electronic, or embedded, SIM. Instead of a physical card, SIM technology is built right into your phone. It’s a small chip that’s used to authenticate your identity with your carrier. Of course, you probably have some questions about that. With a traditional SIM card, you had to switch the SIM if you traveled and used a new carrier on your travels, or if you wanted to switch carriers. So does a built-in SIM mean that you have to switch phones? Thankfully, no. In fact, one of the advantages of eSIM technology is that it makes it much easier to switch carriers. Instead of having to order a new SIM and wait around for it to arrive, you can switch to a new carrier straight from your phone. If you’re a dual-SIM user, eSIM technology supports multiple accounts — and switching between them is super easy. Those are the promises made by the GSM Alliance (GSMA), but what that will look like isn’t known just yet. It’s likely your phone will have a few new settings menus devoted to your SIM card, and will allow you to switch carriers and manage accounts straight from your phone. The Google Pixel 2 was among the first phones to support eSIM technology, and an app for managing your eSIM is available from the Google Play Store. Then, the iPhone Xs came out, and it offers both a physical SIM card and an eSIM as a secondary, though the eSIM will only be enabled later down the line through an iOS software update. Unfortunately, the Chinese version of the iPhone does away with the eSIM altogether — instead offering a dual-SIM slot. That could suggest that Chinese carriers are less interested in adopting the new tech, which is bad news for those that were looking forward to using an eSIM to travel to China. The eSIM will be helpful for another reason — it will help make devices smaller. Now, that may not matter all that much for phones (although a little extra room for battery capacity is always nice), but it could be extremely helpful for wearables. The Apple Watch Series 3 and Series 4 actually already have eSIMs, and that is partly how Apple managed to keep the device pretty much the same size as previous generations of the Apple Watch. WHEN CAN I START USING AN ESIM? It may be a while before the full potential of the eSIM is realized. Some handset manufacturers, like Apple, have started building eSIM tech into their products, but carriers have to support it too. That’s not just carriers in the U.S. either — considering eSIMs are arguably most useful when you’re traveling, it would be nice to see carriers around the globe adopt the technology. And that could take a while. It is likely that eSIMs will also find a home in a new generation of LTE-connected computers. Those computers are just now starting to come out — but expect to see a lot more of them in the next few years. Still, slowly but surely eSIMs will take over. If your carrier supports it, and your phone supports it, then that may be all you need to start using the new technology. For now, it’s likely that phones with eSIMs will still have traditional SIM card slots, but eventually those trays could go away altogether.
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Asked by TMobile
- A:Answer Yes, the phone is unlocked for use with a carrier of your choice. The phone is fully functional.
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