Samsung Galaxy Note 8 now launched in Star Pink color

The Pink color variant will only be available in Taiwan for now.

    At the time of the launch, Samsung announced that the Galaxy Note 8 will be offered in four color options; Orchid Gray, Midnight Black, Deep Sea Blue and Maple Gold. So far, the flagship phablet is available in only these colors.

    Samsung Galaxy Note 8 now launched in Star Pink color

    Now, Samsung has launched a new Pink color variant of the Galaxy Note 8. The color is dubbed as Star Pink on the company's official Taiwan website. So it will probably be available only in Taiwan. Apart from that, Taiwan will also get the Maple Gold variant, which is not available anywhere else currently. In addition, Samsung has launched a Rose Pink variant for the Galaxy S8 Plus as well.

    Samsung Galaxy Note 8 now launched in Star Pink color

    Unfortunately, the Rose Pink Galaxy S8 will also be exclusive to the Taiwanese market. Seeing the current trend, the color Pink is a popular option for customers. As per a survey, it accounts for up to 30% of all smartphones sold. This is why many manufacturers are using this color on their smartphones.

    Coming back to the new color variant, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is coated in Pink, except for the bezels at the front, and the camera module at the rear panel. The S Pen also sports the Pink color.

    Save for the new paint job, all the specs and features remain the same as the regular Galaxy Note 8. Since it is in Taiwan, Samsung has used the Exynos 8895 processor. As for the pricing, the phablet will be sold for NT$ 34,200, which is around Rs. 72,500.

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