Samsung Galaxy Note 8 render leaked in Orchid Gray color

Looking at the current trend, the Orchid Gray is likely to be a popular choice.

Just hours to go for the official launch, but the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 keeps appearing in leaks. Reliable tipster Evan Blass has now taken his Twitter account to reveal a new color variant of the phablet.

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 render leaked in Orchid Gray color

Well, Orchid Gray is the new color. Looking at the current trend, the Orchid Gray is likely to be a popular choice. The Galaxy Note 8 has been previously spotted in various colors like Midnight Black, Maple Gold and Deep Sea Blue. The new image shows the phablet sporting the same design as it was seen in earlier leaked renders. It has a horizontally placed rear dual camera setup, which is accompanied by a LED flash.

Just Beside the camera sensors, there is the heart rate monitor and the fingerprint scanner. The entire setup is in Black color. You can the Samsung branding below the camera housing. Moreover, there lies the Galaxy Note8 logo at the bottom.

Up front, the Samsung Galaxy Note is shown to feature the Infinity Display that is said to measure 6.3-inch with support for QHD+ resolution of 2,960×1,440 pixels. The S Pen that will ship with the phablet is also sporting the Orchid Gray color.

Earlier today, a separate leak suggested the Galaxy Note 8 will be launched in three different storage variants. While all the models will feature 6GB of RAM, they will vary in terms of native storage capacity. The basic one with 64GB of storage will be the international version.

The higher versions featuring 128GB and 256GB of internal storage is likely to launch exclusively in the Asian market.

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