Published: Thu, August 10, 2017
Research | By Jo Caldwell

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 to Ship in Eight Color Variants

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 to Ship in Eight Color Variants

And since we now have a clear idea about the release date of the Galaxy Note 8, it is fitting that a whole torrent of new leaks and rumors surface concerning various aspects of the upcoming phablet at this point of time. It is believed that the whole display could be pressure sensitive now.

However, it does raise the question of whether there will be a 128GB mid-tier, or rather a higher-tier storage option of the regular, non-Emperor Galaxy Note 8. Nougat already has support for the feature and a number of Android manufacturers have adopted the tool in the years since Apple introduced 3D Touch with the iPhone 6S. Consumers will be able to try out the Galaxy Note 8 between August 25 and August 31 by visiting Samsung retail stores or carrier network outlets.

The S8 has removed a physical home button to have a larger display screen, while a fingerprint scanner is relocated to the back of the device.

According to his Tweet, Quandt says this version will be coming at the very least to the Asian market. Coral blue aside, black, gray, and silver aren't exactly inspiring choices when it comes to phone color, so launching the rose pink model here could spice things up a bit. Consumers here in the United States only have the option of arctic silver, midnight black, and orchid gray when picking up the standard Galaxy S8 through a carrier, though you can also get one in coral blue if you buy an unlocked device directly from Samsung. Could we finally get 128GB Galaxy flagships in Europe and North American markets?

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