Update: We’ve now seen evidence of the Maple Gold and Deep Sea versions of the Note 8 – read on below to see a photo of the upcoming phone.
Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8 phablet is confirmed for a launch on August 23 and rumors for the phone are now coming through to us thick and fast.
We’ve even had word on the colors for the new phablet, so below you can work out what shade you’d like to buy the phone in when it appears on shop shelves.
Everything below is simply rumored though, not confirmed, and Samsung may change the color range for the phone at any time.
Also be aware that not all colors will likely launch in the same markets, there will probably be some variation depending on where you live.
Twitter leaker Roland Quandt has said the Galaxy Note 8 will launch in at least three shades, and one of them is a color he calls Deep Blue. Since then, the color in question popped up in a render via Evan Blass. It shows the phone, as well as the S Pen, clad in the Deep Blue color.
Whether that will be the official title when Samsung launches the phone remains to be seen though.
The Galaxy Note 8 will likely come in black, just like the Galaxy Note 7. Above you can see an image of the black Galaxy S8 and we’d expect the black Note 8 to be a very similar shade to that Samsung device.
Twitter leaker Evan Blass has shared a leaked marketing shot for the Galaxy Note 8 in Midnight Black too, which you can see below.
Orchid Grey is a mainstay color for the Samsung phone brand at the moment and Quandt mentions it in his tweet. That suggests we will see the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 in a very light shade for those who don’t want a dark colored phone.
When Blass shared images of the Galaxy Note 8 it seemed to confirm the phone will come in the Maple Gold color we saw for the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus.
When it rains etc. pic.twitter.com/D0lFR5Wn1BAugust 1, 2017
The tweet above shows our first look at the Galaxy Note 8 in Maple Gold, but be warned this color may be restricted to just one market. The Gold Galaxy S8 range was only available in Australia so it may be a similar affair here.
Despite leaks showing us almost every aspect of the Galaxy Note 8, Samsung may have some surprises up its sleeve for the launch on August 23.
We expect to see the colors above announced, but there may be others to follow as well so if you’re not happy with these shades, you may be in luck. We won’t know for certain what colors are coming to market until toward the end of August this year.