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Samsung Galaxy Note 8 64GB N950U GSM Carrier Unlocked 6.3 Super AMOLED 6GB RAM Dual 12MP Smartphone - Midnight Black

Item# SPM15277232024 | Model# SAMSUNGN950UBLK | Added on September 28, 2017 |
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Samsung Galaxy Note 8 64GB N950U GSM Carrier Unlocked 6.3 Super AMOLED 6GB RAM Dual 12MP Smartphone - Midnight Black
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The Galaxy Note8 is designed for you to use with ease and simplicity. The beautiful curves and seamless body are engineered to offer you a comfortable grip and more space for you to write freely with the S Pen. The fingerprint scanner is virtually flush with the back, and the Home button is embedded underneath the Infinity Display to stay invisible until you need it. It's the beginning of a seamless experience.The innovation of the Galaxy Note8's design makes possible the 6.3" Infinity Display. It's the biggest ever for a Galaxy Note—giving you more screen for a bigger view and more space to use the S Pen. And it still fits comfortably in your hand because the symmetric curves and 18.5:9 aspect come together for a narrow body.

GSM Unlocked cell phone is compatible with carriers like AT&T, T-Mobile, H20, Simple Mobile, Consumer Cellular, Metro PCS, Cricket, Tracfone GSM and other prepaid carriers. The unlocked cell phone will NOT work with CDMA Carriers like Verizon, Sprint, Boost Mobile, Virgin mobile, Tracfone CDMA, Total Wireless, Ting Wireless or U.S Cellular. CDMA carrier requires you to purchase their carrier branded phones only. Even if the listing says Unlocked it will not work with CDMA Carriers. Please contact your service provider to check fully compatibility of the phone & the network they operate on.


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  • CDMA 1X and EvDO Rev 0/RevA, LTE (Domestic) : B13/B4/B2/B5/B66, LTE (Global) : B3/B7/B8/B18/B19/B20/B28/B26, GSM/UMTS Quad,
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