Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Coming in Deepsea Blue Color in the US, on November 16

November 8, 2017
Just in time for the holiday shopping season, Samsung announced today that it brings the Galaxy Note 8 flagship Android smartphone to potential buyers in the U.S. in Deepsea Blue color. US customers were able to buy Samsung's Galaxy Note 8 smartphone only in Midnight Black and Orchid Gray colors, but starting November 16, 2017,...
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