Looking for a cheap unlocked Samsung Galaxy Note 2? You and about a million others!
Despite having been on the market for months and even in the face of growing competition, the unlocked Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is still one of the most expensive top-tier Smartphones on the market. Even with the likes of the HTC Droid DNA and a world of other heavy-hitters to contend with, unlocked Galaxy Note 2 prices are still topping $650 for the 16GB version – some retailers taking this past the $700 mark.
Those looking to score the 32GB Note 2 can expect to hand over a goon $900 for the honor.
Samsung released that Galaxy Note 2 late last year, which sported a price-tag of $800 for the lower storage option and the same $900 for 32GB…which means what, exactly?
Simple – the Tabphone market is proving more popular and lucrative than anyone could have imagined.
Premium Smartphones and tablets only ever remain premium in terms of price-tags if consumers are in large clearly willing to pay to-dollar for them. Case in point would be the iPhone, which has remained a status symbol throughout the years and held onto its often eye-watering price-tag as the masses seem more than willing to pay over the odds for the privilege.
It would therefore appear as though the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is heading the same way , which in turn begs the question as to just how biblically successful the Galaxy Note 3 could be, when its release date arrives later this year.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is expected to take the Tabphone concept further than ever before, featuring an octa-core processor, at least 3GB of RAM and possibly even Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie at the helm.
Having defined a market segment that most insisted didn’t exist in the first place, Samsung it would appear has every reason to be incredibly proud of its Note range.