Samsung Galaxy Note8

The Samsung Galaxy Note8 is here.

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Write like a pro.

With the powerful built-in S-Pen you can take notes, make GIFs, and handwrite messages all without unlocking your screen.

The best camera. Times two.

Shoot like a pro with Samsung’s first dual camera and Optical Image Stabilization. You’ll take sharper selfies and better Instagram shots.

The world’s largest infinity screen.

Immerse yourself in vibrant, crisp videos and mind-blowing images with the largest, most impressive Galaxy Infinity screen yet.

Stop worrying about spills.

Because the Galaxy Note8 is dust-resistant and water-resistant you can conquer the elements with total peace of mind. Stream, surf, and work from wherever your day takes you.

Multi-task like a pro.

6GB of RAM, plus expandable memory means that you’ll never experience lag while multi-tasking. And with America’s fastest 4G LTE network, you can do more.

Do more, charge less.

Stay out later and get more done with the long-lasting battery. And with its quick-charge capabilities you can spend less time charging and more time doing.

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Samsung Galaxy Note8

$930.00 full retail price
If you cancel wireless service, remaining balance on phone becomes due.
$210.00 up front
+ $30.00/mo x 24 mos.
+ $25.00 SIM starter kit

The Samsung Galaxy Note8 is here. Gear up now.

The all-new Galaxy Note8 has finally arrived, so now’s the time to get screen protectors and cases designed specifically to protect your new phone.

Questions about Samsung Galaxy Note8 at T-Mobile?

The new 64GB Samsung Galaxy Note8 will be available in Orchid Gray and Midnight Black.

Previous versions of the Gear VR are not compatible, only the Gear VR version that will be released in September will work with the new Note8. Please note that this new Gear VR is also backwards compatible with the Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+, Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 edge, Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 edge, Galaxy S6 edge+ and Note5.

  • You can only have one EIP per line. If you already have a device on EIP on the same line you want to purchase a Galaxy Note8, you must first pay off the remaining balance on your existing device. Then, you will just need to pay the required down payment on your EIP for your new device.
  • Please note that if you choose to purchase the Galaxy Note8 on EIP in a Retail location or through Customer Care, you will also need to pay $20 for Upgrade Support Charge. This charge is not applicable if you are completing a JUMP! upgrade.
  • Absolutely. For customers who want the freedom to switch to the latest phones up to once a month without worrying about upgrade fees and waiting periods, the new Galaxy Note8 is available with JUMP! On Demand.
  • Please note that if you choose to lease the Galaxy Note8 on Jump! On Demand in a Retail location or through Customer Care, you will also need to pay $20 for Upgrade Support Charge. This charge is not applicable if you are completing a JUMP! On Demand upgrade.
  • Customers are responsible for the down payment as well as applicable devices taxes.
    • For the Galaxy Note8, the down payment for well qualified JUMP! On Demand customers, would be $0 and then $39 each month.
  • Your closest participating T-Mobile store will be able to get you the device that you want. If it’s not in stock, they can order it for you in-store and ship it directly to you.
  • You can also order online at www.t-mobile.com

We want to get customers the device that they want. While device availability will be different for each retail location, we will continue to take orders and ship directly to customers as we receive inventory.

Combined orders are shipped together, when all units are in stock.  To avoid any potential backorder delays due to multiple colors and models, we encourage individual orders be placed.

We want to get you your new phone as quickly as possible! Please call 1-877-453-1304 to update your payment method to avoid any possible delays.

Customers with questions about their order status are asked to contact T-Mobile CARE at 1-877-413-5903.

  • When your new phone arrives simply follow the manufacturer’s set-up procedure and start using it.
  • If you purchased a new T-Mobile SIM card to use in your own device, you will need to insert the new card and then you are good to go.
  • If you’re a current customer with a different size SIM card, you should back up any contacts you saved using Gmail, Smart Switch, or other options.  For step-by-step instructions please visit www.T-Mobile.com/Support.
  • Of course! A Nano SIM card was included in the box of your Samsung Galaxy Note8, alongside the literature bundle, or you can use your existing SIM card if it is also a Nano SIM.  If you cannot find your SIM card or your existing SIM doesn’t work, please call T-Mobile CARE at 1-877-413-5903 or visit a retail store, this may result in a $25 charge for the SIM Card.
  • Once you receive your SIM, please update your SIM card at www.T-Mobile.com/SIM.
  • We recommend that you back up any contacts you saved to the SIM card, using Gmail, Smart Switch, or other options.  For step-by-step instructions please visit www.T-Mobile.com/Support.

No, if you already have a Nano SIM card that you’ve been using in a previous device, you can continue using that.

Samsung’s investigation, as well as the investigations completed by three independent industry organizations, concluded that batteries were found to be the cause of the Galaxy Note7 incidents. These batteries were unique to the Galaxy Note7 devices. To learn more about the cause of the Galaxy Note7 incidents and to see how Samsung is enhancing existing processes and raising the bar with new safety tests, visit http://samsung.com/us/quality.

Two unique sets of factors in the two different batteries used in the Galaxy Note7 devices caused the issues. To learn more, visit http://samsung.com/us/quality.

Samsung has implemented a broad range of internal quality and safety processes to further enhance product safety including additional protocols such as the multi?layer safety measures and 8?Point Battery Safety Check. To see how Samsung is enhancing existing processes and raising the bar with new safety tests, visit samsung.com/us/quality.

Samsung has strengthened their quality assurance processes, from the component level to the assembly and shipment of devices with an enhanced 8-Point Battery Safety Check. To learn more about the 8-Point Battery Safety Check, visit samsung.com/us/quality.

Samsung is passionate about innovation. However, they also believe that the safety of their consumers must always come before any innovation, under all circumstances. To prevent similar issues from occurring again, Samsung has adopted a multi?layer safety design and an 8?Point Battery Safety Check, along with new quality assurance processes, including establishing a team dedicated to the safety of product components. To see how Samsung is enhancing existing processes and raising the bar with new safety tests, visit samsung.com/us/quality.

It’s important to know that each model has a different design and technical specifications. This issue was isolated only to the Galaxy Note7 device.

Samsung’s investigation, as well as the investigations completed by three independent industry organizations, concluded that batteries were found to be the cause of the Galaxy Note7 incidents. These batteries were unique to the Galaxy Note7 devices.

Yes, we still have our Galaxy Note7 recall process available if you purchased your Galaxy Note7 from T-Mobile.  Visit your local T-Mobile store to process the recall, and remember no data will be transferred from your Galaxy Note7 to the new device.

Yes. Employees follow all of the same processes as a customer.

Limited time offers; subject to change. Must be 18+ & 50 US/DC res. From 8/24/17 – 9/24/17 (“Purchase Period”), purchase or lease a Samsung Galaxy Note8 phone (“Qualifying Purchase”). By 10/14/17 at 11:59:59 PM ET submit required info and choose one of the following gifts: (1) a 128GB MicroSD EVO+ memory card and Fast Wireless Charging Convertible (est. value $189.98) (“Gift 1”) or (2) a Samsung Gear 360 camera (est. value $229.99) (“Gift 2”). While supplies last. Limited quantities of each Gift are available. After verification, Gifts will be mailed in apprx 6-8 weeks. In the event that Gifts are unavailable for any reason, Samsung, in its sole discretion, may choose to issue a Reward eCertificate in the apprx value of the Gift as a substitute. Reward eCertificates are valid only at www.Samsung.com or in the App for use towards an eligible purchase, and are valid through 11/18/17. Limit 1 Gift per Qualifying Purchase. Void where prohibited or restricted by law. Additional restrictions apply. Offer subject to additional Standard Offer Terms and Conditions available at http://promos.samsung.com/terms. Samsung reserves the right to modify or discontinue offer at any time by posting notice on the app or website. © 2017 Samsung Electronics America, Inc. Samsung, Galaxy Note, Samsung Gear and Shop Samsung are all trademarks of Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. All other brand, product, and service names and logos are marks of their respective owners. Screen images simulated. Appearance of products may vary.