Galaxy Note 8 to Be Offered in an Exclusive ‘Deep Sea Blue’ Model – Galaxy S8 Models Don’t Get This Version
If there is one thing that the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ owners are ought to be envious of, it is the new exclusive Deep Sea Blue version that the Galaxy Note 8 is going to be offered in. With sales of the flagship expected to commence on August 24, you’d best hurry and start saving if you want to avail the chance to grab this beautifully designed smartphone that features a stunning bezel-less display and a crisp new color model that will elevate its aesthetics to the next level.
Twitter Leakster Showcases What the Deep Sea Blue Galaxy Note 8 Will Look Like in the Image Below
Twitter has become Evan Blass’ official home for leaks and he has revealed the front side of the Galaxy Note 8 along with the S-Pen accessory that will accompany the 6.3-inch flagship. We are more than certain that Samsung intends to start selling all color models of the flagship just one day after the August 23 announcement has drawn the curtains and there are several customers that prefer different color models.
Luckily for them, Samsung is offering an exclusive Deep Sea Blue version. No, the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ are not offered in the Deep Sea Blue variants and unless something catastrophic takes place with the Note 8 that is on par with the Galaxy Note7 fiasco, we doubt that Samsung is going to be introducing a different colored family of mobile devices.
Deep Sea Blue pic.twitter.com/rVBFplhtOC
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) August 16, 2017
When it goes on sale starting August 24 in the U.S., Galaxy Note 8 will come armed with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 and 6GB of RAM. Rumor has it that the Note 8 will feature 64GB of onboard UFS 2.1 storage plus an extra slot to expand that storage up to 256GB.
A dual-camera with OIS compatibility and 2x optical zoom functionality will also be present, so there are several things to look forward to during the official unveiling.
What feature are you looking forward to the most during the announcement? Let us know in the comments.
News Source: Twitter (Evan Blass)
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