You can get the Samsung Galaxy Note9 for less than RM3,000 in Malaysia

Samsung Malaysia is currently offering a RM400 instant rebate promo on the Galaxy Note9. If you’re looking to stretch your ringgit further, you could get almost RM1,000 off the actual retail price from some online resellers.

Retailer Mobile2Go is offering the Galaxy Note9 6GB RAM + 128GB version for only RM2,999 which is RM700 off from the official RM3,699 price tag. This is an original Malaysia set and you can get it in Midnight Black, Metallic Copper and Ocean Blue.

The lowest Galaxy Note9 128GB price we’ve seen so far is this RM2,719 offer from “whiteshadowmobile”. It’s a Shopee preferred seller and the device is listed with one year Samsung Malaysia warranty. This listing is also covered by Shopee’s Guarantee policy.

If you’re looking for the high-spec Galaxy Note9 with 8GB RAM + 512GB storage version, another Shopee preferred seller, mygadget.my, is offering the device at RM3,959. That’s RM640 off from the original RRP of RM4,599.

To refresh your memory, the Galaxy Note9 features a 6.4″ QuadHD+ Infinity Display and it is powered by Samsung’s top of the line Exynos 9810 processor. Similar to the Galaxy S9+, it features a dual 12MP camera setup with OIS that offers variable aperture (f/1.5-f/2.4), 2x Optical Zoom and bokeh effects with Live Focus.

Another new upgrade is the S Pen which is now bluetooth enabled. This allows you to use it as a remote control for gallery, camera and powerpoint slides. Juicing up the device is a large 4,000mAh battery which supports Samsung’s Adaptive Fast Charger via USB-C. The Galaxy Note9 also supports dual SIM with dual 4G standby and you can also expand the storage further up to 512GB extra on its hybrid SIM slot.

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Like any Galaxy flagship smartphone, it also comes with stereo speakers tuned by AKG, a 3.5mm headphone jack, IP68 dust and water resistance, wireless charging and support for Samsung Pay. For a quick rundown, check out our recap post here or watch our hands-on video below: