Samsung today officially launched the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus after unveiling the devices last month and putting them up for pre-order just a couple of weeks ago. The devices cost, respectively, $719.99 and $839.99 from Samsung.com and other third-party retailers.
From carriers, pricing gets a bit more interesting. At AT&T, you can get the S9 for $790.20, or $26.34/month for 30 months. For the S9 Plus, you’ll pay $915, or $30.50/month for 30 months. Verizon further ups the cost for the S9 to $800 ($33.33/month for 24 months) and the S9 Plus to $930 ($39.74/month for 24 months). Fortunately, for T-Mobile customers, the carrier will charge the same thing Samsung does, or $30/month for 24 months for either phone plus a $120 down payment on the S9 Plus. Finally, Sprint will charge $33/month for 24 months for the S9 while the S9 Plus will cost $38/month for 24 months. In total, the devices from the yellow carrier will cost $792 and $913.
As for what they feature, the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus come with 5.8-inch and 6.2-inch Infinity Displays, Snapdragon 845 processors, 4 and 6GB of RAM, 64 and 128GB of storage, 12MP cameras with variable apertures, 3,000mAh and 3,500mAh batteries, Android Oreo, wireless charging, headphone jacks (!), and glass bodies.
Let us know if you picked up an S9 or S9 Plus in the comments!