Samsung announced the Galaxy Note 8 smartphone Wednesday as its first premium phablet to couple its infinity display with the signature Galaxy Note S-Pen. The manufacturer has also confirmed that the Galaxy Note 8 will release to market Sept. 15 with preorder availability starting Aug. 24.

The device will be available at several U.S. carriers and retailers. Most vendors will offer the Galaxy Note 8 for well over $900 in Orchid Gray and Midnight Black color options. Here’s a price rundown.

Samsung

Samsung is offering the Galaxy Note 8 on its website for $38.75 per month for 24 months or for $930 full retail.

Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8 promotion

Samsung is hosting a preorder deal, offering a Gear 360 camera or 128GB microSD card and a wireless charging pad for those who purchase the Galaxy Note 8 ahead of its Sept. 15 market availability.

T-Mobile

T-Mobile is offering the Galaxy Note 8 for $210 down and $30 per month via its installment plan or for $930 full retail.

AT&T

AT&T is offering the Galaxy Note 8 for $31.67 per month for 30 months via its installment plan or for $950 full retail.

Verizon

Verizon is offering the Galaxy Note 8 for $40 per month for 24 months via its installment plan or for $960 full retail.

Sprint

Sprint is offering the Galaxy Note 8 for $20 per month via the Sprint Flex program for those switching to Sprint. Current Sprint subscribers can upgrade through the Galaxy Forever program. The device is $960 full retail.

U.S. Cellular

U.S. Cellular is offering the Galaxy Note 8 for $32:10 per month for 30 months or for $899.99 full retail. The carrier is also offering a $300 credit to those who purchase. Consumers will get a $100 promotional card at purchase and a $200 card shipped within six to eight weeks.

Xfinity Mobile

Xfinity Mobile has confirmed it will offer the Galaxy Note 8 starting Sept. 15, but has not yet revealed pricing details for the device.

Best Buy

Best Buy is offering the Verizon, AT&T and Sprint Galaxy Note 8 in accordance with the carrier’s specific prices. The carrier is also offering up to $150 off the device when customers preorder. It’s unlocked Galaxy Note 8 model will sell for  $930.

Sam’s Club

Sam’s Club is offering the Galaxy Note 8 for $950 but is also offering up to $469.99 worth of additional deals with the device including a $200 Sam's Club gift card and a waiver of up to $40 in carrier activation fees in addition to promotions being offered by Samsung.

Target

Target is offering the Galaxy Note 8 for $37.54 per month for 24 months or for $901 full retail.