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Galaxy Note 8 breaks cover in Deep Sea Blue color

It was reported two weeks ago that Samsung might introduce a new color option with the Galaxy Note 8 called Deep Sea Blue. The handset is expected to be available in three colors with Midnight Black and Maple Gold being the other two. A render of the Galaxy Note 8 in Deep Sea Blue has been leaked online today.

The design itself isn’t surprising given that we’ve already seen it many times in leaked images and renders. The S Pen will be sporting the new color as well as the handset’s metal frame. The color won’t really pop on the front given Samsung’s decision to use black on the front of every Galaxy Note 8 color variant. We saw this with the Galaxy S8 this year and commended Samsung for it.

The back will really be the canvas for this new color option but we’ll have to wait before we get to see it. The render that has been leaked online today by @evleaks only shows us the front of the device.

It’s likely that there will be more leaks before Samsung officially unveils the handset. Even if there aren’t, it’s only a few days until August 23 when Samsung will formally make the Galaxy Note 8 public.

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friss
friss

Whatever it is, not all colours will not be available globally once again.

SteveTud
SteveTud

They can colour it what ever colour they want. You have still spelt the word colour wrong.

eugenedfourie
eugenedfourie

Nope, US spelling

SteveTud
SteveTud

The English language came from England, please stop bastardising our language.

o0MHJ0o
o0MHJ0o

The US wanted to separate itself from the UK and the main reason for the differences in spelling is deliberately different and not something that was lost in translation.

SteveTud
SteveTud

Then it would be appropriate for America to develop their own language completely and put an end to their annoying habits of raping everyone else’s identity….. Already.

Did you notice the incorrect use of the word already 🙂

Osensnolf
Osensnolf

Please guess… is the gold version of the Note 8 going to be the same “gold” version of the Tab S2? The gold on the S2 was more metallic and very nice. Not interested in a real gold color phone.

AgentBachman
AgentBachman

Gold S7e was perfect.

o0MHJ0o
o0MHJ0o

Deep Sea Blue… More like Google’s “Really Blue” Pixel. How long do we have to beg Samsung for a Red Galaxy