It’s big, it’s bold and it’s got something new for fans: the South Korean tech titan recently announced that the Galaxy Note 8 will have a Deepsea Blue variant to be available exclusively at Best Buy beginning November 16.
Reports were circulating over the weekend regarding a record number of pre-orders in Korea for Samsung’s latest flagship, the ill-fated Galaxy Note 7 successor: Galaxy Note 8. Samsung later confirmed in a blog post that it has seen “Its Best Note Pre-orders with the New Galaxy Note 8.” This should have Galaxy fans excited!
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Now is the best time to pre-order a Galaxy Note 8 on T-Mobile, because you won’t be pre-ordering one unit, you’ll be getting two units for the price of one. There are some restrictions, though, which we’ll go over to the best of our knowledge in this post.
Samsung’s Unpacked 17 event in New York City has concluded, but the Galaxy Note 8 is just arriving. The phone is Samsung’s seventh installment of the Galaxy Note smartphone series, that is, if you’re counting the now-deceased Galaxy Note 7. After reading all the overviews, specs, and insight, we want to know your thoughts. Are you picking up a Galaxy Note 8?
Earlier today, Samsung announced the long-rumored and much-anticipated Galaxy Note 8 flagship smartphone. The private unveiling dubbed Unpacked 17 was livestreamed in many countries from New York City, as the South Korean giant unfolded last year’s and now-deceased Galaxy Note 7 successor. As expected, the phone brings the latest in technology to fruition with a revamped set of features and specs together with an emerging high-class design. With Galaxy Note 8, Samsung expects to regain the trust it once had from customers [Read More]
Samsung Unpacked 17 is concluding in NYC as we speak and the Galaxy Note 8 announcement has taken place. Samsung is hoping that this year’s Galaxy Note won’t have its own share of issues, as was the case with last year’s Galaxy Note 7. To see how the Galaxy Note 8 stacks up with previous Galaxy handsets from a design standpoint, you’ve come to the right place.
Watch Samsung reveal this year’s flagship Galaxy Note 8 smartphone at Unpacked 17 in New York City via livestream right here beginning at 11:00AM Eastern Standard Time.