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4 Reasons Not to Pre-Order the Galaxy Note 8 & 3 Reasons You Should



Putting in a Samsung Galaxy Note 8 pre-order is tempting but some of you will be better off waiting a few more days or maybe even a few more weeks before committing to Samsung’s new flagship phone.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is finally official and it’s on sale right now ahead of its September 15th release date on carriers like AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, and Verizon.

The Galaxy Note 8 is packed with power and features Samsung’s first stab at Android 7.1.1 Nougat. It’s an extremely exciting device and an excellent choice for those that want a huge screen, a ton of horsepower, and an enhanced S Pen stylus.

Now that Galaxy Note 8 pre-orders are open, you might be thinking about buying the device. There are some very good reasons to buy Samsung’s new flagship ahead of its release date.

That said, many prospective buyers should think about waiting for better Galaxy Note 8 deals, a major phone launch in September, and long-term feedback in Note 8 reviews before committing. We aren’t expecting a sell-out, which means you have ample time to make your decision.

This guide will take you through the best reasons to pre-order the Galaxy Note 8 on your favorite carrier and the best reasons to take a raincheck.

Pre-Order If You Want the Galaxy Note 8 ASAP

Pre-Order If You Want the Galaxy Note 8 ASAP

If you know you want to make the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 your next phone and you want/need it as soon as possible, put in a pre-order. 

Pre-ordering the Galaxy Note 8 will ensure that you get your new phone on, or before, its September 15th street date. 

While Samsung and its carrier partners are touting September 15th, don't be surprised if some carriers (T-Mobile, and others) ship the Galaxy Note 8 ahead of time. 

In years past we've seen carriers release Galaxy smartphones several days in advance and we'll probably see some early shipments trickle out this fall. 

We don't expect the Galaxy Note 8 to sell out, but if you want peace of mind, it's probably a good idea to put in an early order for your favorite color on your carrier of choice.



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    09/02/2017 at 4:51 pm

    There is certainly a lot to know about this issue. I really like all the points you made.

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