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Why buy a used Galaxy Note 8?

The Galaxy Note 8 was a breath of fresh air after the unfortunate Galaxy Note 7 recall, hitting the market with a 6.3-inch “Infinity Display” and two state-of-the-art rear-facing cameras, which include both a telephoto lens and a wide-angle camera lens. The crystal-clear display and camera capabilities make the Galaxy Note 8 a device to write home about.

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FAQs about buying a Galaxy Note 8

How much does a used Galaxy Note 8 cost?
At Glyde, we offer the Galaxy Note 8 in certified used condition for low prices. Since the release of newer models, this phone has never been more affordable. Prices change frequently, but today’s average cost of a used Galaxy Note 8 is $425.
What colors are available for the Galaxy Note 8?
The Galaxy Note 8 comes in five colors: Midnight Black, Maple Gold, Orchid Gray, Deep Sea Blue, and Star Pink. This model offers a greater variety of color options compared to other Galaxy phones, such as the S8 and S9 series.
What storage options are available on the Galaxy Note 8?
Samsung offers 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB options for this phone. It also features a microSDXC card slot for expandable storage of up to 512GB.
Does the Galaxy Note 8 have a good camera?
The Galaxy Note 8 features a dual-camera system. Its rear-facing camera has a dual-lens 12MP sensor with a f/1.7 aperture, whereas the front-facing camera has an 8MP sensor with a f/1.7 aperture as well.
Should I get the Galaxy Note 8 or 9?
The Galaxy Note 8 and 9 were released within a year of each other, so they get compared to each other often. The bottom line: if you prefer a relatively basic model that will perform all the necessary functions, go with the Galaxy Note 8. If you’d rather have the longer battery life, pick the 9!