Deepsea Blue Samsung Galaxy Note 8 arrives in the US this month

Deepsea Blue Samsung Galaxy Note 8 arrives in the US this month

If you like the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, but you're not particularly impressed by the two color variants that are currently available in the US - Midnight Black and Orchid Grey - Samsung has good news. The company just announced the upcoming release of a Note 8 in Deepsea Blue (pictured below), which will be available to use on Verizon, AT&T, and Sprint, as well as unlocked.


The Galaxy Note 8 Deepsea Blue will be sold starting November 16. Carrier versions of the handset will be offered only by Best Buy (both in stores, and online), while the unlocked model will be launched via Best Buy, and Samsung's own website. 


Apart from the new color, there is no difference between the Deepsea Blue Galaxy Note 8 and the Midnight Black and Orchid Grey models. This means pricing should be similar, too, with the new model likely costing $950 unlocked (though Samsung hasn't confirmed this yet). 


Just like the Galaxy Note 8 versions that are already on the market, the Deepsea Blue model will run Android 7 Nougat out of the box, with an update to Android 8 Oreo coming soon. While deciding if you want to buy Samsung's new blue smartphone, you may want to check out our Galaxy Note 8 review


source: Samsung


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