Canadian carrier Rogers has teamed up with Fido to offer some deals in anticipation of the back-to-school season and the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S7 lineups ended up being discounted as a result of that endeavor. Samsung has only revealed Rose Pink as a variant for the Galaxy S8 Plus, but now that may all be changing. Launching eastern Europe soon.More news: How to enjoy the Perseids meteor shower in Qatar
This was discovered by regular Twitter leaker Roland Quandt, who shared images of the new device in a tweet. The good news is that according to a report from ET News, we might have an idea. With that being said, Galaxy Note 8 will be available in eight color variants and they are: Arctic Silver, Deep Sea Blue, Gold, Coral Blue, Dark Blue, Midnight Black, Violet and Orchid Grey.More news: United Kingdom and Scottish ministers in Brexit powers talks
Then again we have also seen Samsung do a simultaneous release in the major markets they operate in, so there is a chance that these dates could be what they say they are.More news: Where is Guam and why would North Korea attack it?
This year is a great one for Samsung fans since the company already launched its highly popular Galaxy S8 flagship and also because Galaxy Note 8 is weeks away from being unveiled. It had removed the home button from the phone, necessitating a virtual one that could be pulled up from any screen via Force Touch. While we wait, head down to the comments section and let us know if you'd pick up a pink Galaxy S8 - is this what you've been waiting for, or isn't it really your style?
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