Just announced, the Galaxy Note 8 is finally official. The return of the beloved Note brand to store shelves will be a triumph for fans and a return to form for Samsung. We’ve got all the information you need to know if you plan on picking one up.
Pre-orders start tomorrow, August 24, and there’s a variety of pre-order offers to entice you: either a free Gear 360 camera (valued at $229.99) or a 128 GB Samsung EVO+ memory card and Fast Wireless Charging Convertible (valued at $189.99). These offers are available for pre-orders placed between August 24 and September 24, but only while stocks last, so act fast.
The Galaxy Note 8 release date is September 15 in the US. It will be available via Best Buy, Target and Walmart as well as through Samsung and carriers including AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint, US Cellular, Xfinity Mobile, C Spire, Cricket Wireless and Straight Talk Wireless. See below for carrier deals as they are announced.
The US will only get two colors. For now, the US market will only get the Midnight Black and Orchid Gray colors for carrier and unlocked versions, and Samsung has not yet confirmed which markets will get the Maple Gold and Deep Sea Blue color options. Check out our Galaxy Note 8 color comparison to see which one you like.
The Galaxy Note 8 price hasn’t been announced yet. However, we will update this post as retailers and carriers announce pricing for each model.
There’s a new Gear VR with controller too. It costs $129.99 and can also be pre-ordered starting August 24 via Samsung.com, Amazon and Best Buy as well as through AT&T, Verizon, Sprint and US Cellular. It’ll officially go on sale on September 15 at these outlets as well as through T-Mobile and other select retailers at that time.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 carrier deals:
Verizon (stay tuned)
AT&T (stay tuned)
T-Mobile (stay tuned)
Sprint (stay tuned)
US Cellular (stay tuned)
Developing! – Stay tuned in the hours, days, and weeks to come as we’ll expand this post with carrier specific and region-specific pricing and release date information as it hits.
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