The South Korean tech giant, Samsung has officially announced their much awaited high-end smartphones, Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ smartphones in the market. The company has announced these devices in the Mobile World Congress 2018 in Barcelona, Spain last month. Today, the phones are officially listed on Microsoft’s official Store for purchase.
In the United States, both the devices, Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ smartphones are available for pre-orders from various websites. Almost all the carriers in the US are now taking the pre-orders for these devices with an eye catchy EMI offers. The devices are also available for pre-order on the official Samsung’s website. If you don’t know how to pre-order Samsung Galaxy S9 phones, the given link will help you out to explore all the available offerings of these new Samsung devices.
If we talk about the Microsoft Store, the devices are now officially listed and you can now pre-order these phones from the official Microsoft’s stores. We would provide you the direct links from where you can pre-order this devices at the end of this post.
Microsoft Store will start shipping the ordered Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ smartphones from March 16. So you can pre-order the devices now and will get them shipped after March 16th.
Microsoft offers a variety of their apps as pre-installed apps on the Samsung devices bought from their official store. The apps such as Word, Excel and OneNote, Skype and the Microsoft Launcher will be there as pre-installed apps on the purchased Samsung devices from their official stores.
If we talk more about the listed devices, both the devices come as their unlocked versions, which means a user can use this device on any network they want. They can even switch the SIM cards to test out the new carrier which is indeed a very good thing.
Talking about the pricing, the devices on the Microsoft’ Official Store carries the same price tag and there is no any differences between the official pricing of these phones.
The new Samsung Galaxy S9 smartphone is available for $719.99 while the Samsung Galaxy S9+ smartphone is available for $839.99 in the United States through Microsoft’s Officiel Store. You can check out the official links which are given here to explore the devices on the Microsoft’s Store.
Just like the official Samsung’s listing, the devices will be shipped on the same dates i.e. on March 16th in the market. So the Microsoft’s Store and Samsung’s Store both offering same things for the consumers.