Samsung today announced that its Galaxy Note8 handset will finally be offered in Deepsea Blue on November 16. The color was originally promised when the phone was announced, but it wasn't available at launch in the US.
The Note8 includes Qualcomm's latest flagship chipset, the Snapdragon 835, along with 6GB RAM and 64GB of onboard storage. It's also Samsung's first phone to have a dual rear camera, one of which is used for a 2X zoom and the pair can be used for a depth effect. Of course, there's also a large, 6.3-inch 1440x2960 Super AMOLED display.
You'll be able to get the new color of the phone from Best Buy in AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint flavors, while the unlocked one is available from Best Buy and Samsung.com. Make sure to check out our review before you buy one. We thought that the Galaxy Note8 is a great phone, although the 18.5:9 display with top and bottom bezels, combined with minimal bezels on the sides, make it hard to use at times.