Get up to $475 off the latest Galaxy when you trade in your eligible phone²
SAMSUNG Galaxy | Choose a Galaxy that's out of this world
Choosing a new smartphone can be tricky. Want a camera that shoots awesome Super Slow‑mo? Lightning fast performance or all‑day battery³? When your next smartphone's a new Galaxy, you can have it all.
Get a bonus microSD card today¹
Ready for 1TB of storage4? Your next Galaxy is.
Get a bonus microSD card when you upgrade to the Galaxy S9 or Galaxy Note9¹. That could get you a huge 1TB of storage when used with the Galaxy Note9 512GB. Or, in other words, up to 500 movies, 250,000 songs or 500,000 pictures.4
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¹ Offer starts 29 November 2018 and ends 24 December 2018. Available at Samsung retail stores and the Samsung online store only. MicroSD card not transferable or redeemable for cash. Subject to stock availability at the time of purchase. See for details.

² Based on trading in Galaxy Note8 plus in full working condition until 31 December 2018. Inclusive of $125 discount. Eligible devices/pricing subject to change. See full terms and conditions. Available in Samsung's stores and e‑store. Trade Up program operated by Brightstar Logistics Pty Ltd.

³ All day battery based against the usage profile of an 'average' user as determined and independently assessed by Strategy Analytics with pre‑release versions of the Galaxy Note9 (128GB variant). Actual battery life varies by network environment, features and apps used, frequency of calls and messages, number of times charged, and many other factors. Please see user manual for instructions on how to care for the battery and achieve optimum battery life.

4 For Galaxy Note9 512GB models capable of supporting additional 512GB microSD card (sold separately). 512GB internal memory has up to 492GB user accessible memory. May vary depending on apps or software. Figures are based on assumption that one movie=2GB; one MP3=4MB and one image=2MB.