You don't have to spend a fortune on the latest and greatest smartphone to get some solid specs these days. Phones from a year or two ago often still pack serious power and, thanks to price drops like the one that Woot is offering today, you can snap them up with some serious discounts. Right now you can get your hands on the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 for just $399.99 in brand new condition and unlocked to work on any GSM network. The only time we've seen it go lower is in refurbished condition and even refurb models go for almost as much as this, so you're making a nice saving with this offer.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 64GB
This phone still packs plenty of power and is available at a steep discount today only. The GSM-unlocked phone features a 6.3-inch Super AMOLED display, 64GB of storage, 6GB of RAM, and dual 12MP cameras. It also comes with the multifunctional S Pen.
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While it might not have the fancy edge-to-edge display of the new Note 10 line, Samsung's 2017 Note model still packs a punch. It's equipped with a powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor and has 6GB of RAM on-board. There's 64GB of internal storage which is plenty for most people, but you can use its microSD card slot to expand its storage by a further 256GB if you choose to do so. There's also a gorgeous 6.3-inch Super AMOLED display with 8MP selfie camera, and a dual 12MP rear camera setup. It's IP68-rated for dust- and water-resistance, has support for Samsung Pay, and comers with the multifunctional S Pen stylus.
The Note 8 got a 4 star out of 5 rating in our review which commended its huge display and top-end specs at the time. If you don't need all of the flashy new features of the S10 or Note 10 phones — and don't want to spend the best part of $1,000 to get in the door with those models — the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is an affordable alternative. This deal is good for today only, though.
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