Good news for Samsung customers around the world. The latest reports indicate the Deep Sea Blue color variant of the device will soon be making its way to the US and other global markets outside of South Korea. The new flagship device from the house of Samsung, which has recently received a software update, has all the ingredients of being a super success in these markets as well.
Reports suggest that the new deep-sea clue color variant of the Galaxy Note 8 will be launching on 16 November, coinciding with the launch of another ‘flagship killer’, the OnePlus 5T. Until now, the device had only been available in color variant of Orchid Gray and Midnight Black. The new variant will also offer a lot of extra choices as far as the customer is concerned.
The Deep Sea Blue colored Samsung device will start retailing on the company’s own website as well as on the online shopping store, Best Buy.
The Galaxy Note 8 in Deep Sea Blue color recently started retailing in Germany too. Upon its launch, the device had all the right specs and features worthy of a flagship phablet and came in a total of four color options; Orchid Gray and Midnight Black, besides Deep Sea Blue, and Maple Gold.
The specs and features of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 have always been outstanding. Onboard is a 6.3-inch QHD+ Super AMOLED Infinity Display which has a great 18.5:9 aspect ratio as well. Powering the device is a Snapdragon 835 Soc or even an Exynos 8895 SoC which will be paired with 6GB RAM as well as with 64GB or 128GB or 256GB storage variants.
Remember that the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is Samsung’s first device that features a dual camera arrangement. On the rear is a 12MP dual pixel primary camera setup, armed with LED flash. Out front is an 8MP selfie camera that has a wide-angle lens as well as a f/1.7 aperture.