The dual-SIM variant of the Galaxy Note 8 isn’t officially sold in the US, but an ebay seller is offering the handset for $799.99. In comparison, the Galaxy Note 8 was originally launched in the US at a price tag of $930.

But being an international model of the Galaxy Note 8, the handset will only work with GSM networks and isn’t compatible with CDMA networks from Verizon and Sprint. Also, the handset features Samsung’s in-house Exynos 8895 octa-core processor instead of Snapdragon 835. At the time of writing, only gold, pink, and gray color options were available as black and blue were listed as out of stock.

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To recall, Samsung officially unveiled the Galaxy Note 8 back in August. And despite the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco, its successor has reportedly broken previous pre-order records set by any Samsung handset.

The Galaxy Note 8 also marks the first Samsung handset to feature a dual-lens camera setup. The handset sports a dual rear camera setup, each with 12MP and 12MP lenses, further coupled with Dual Pixel Technology, f/1.7 aperture lens, and 2x optical zoom support.  The front camera features an 8MP shooter with f/1.7 aperture lens. Moreover, the Galaxy Note 8 is also the first smartphone to offer optical image stabilization (OIS) on both front and rear camera sensors.

Under the hood, the phone is powered by the latest Snapdragon 835 processor similar to the Galaxy S8. Outside U.S., the phone gets powered by Samsung’s own Exynos 8895 chipset paired with 6GB RAM which is up from 4GB RAM on its predecessor.

In terms of internal storage, the Galaxy Note 8 offers 64GB of built-in storage along with microSD expandability. Coming to software, Samsung Galaxy Note 8 runs on Android 7.1.1 Nougat for now, though users can expect the latest Android Oreo 8.0 upgrade in the near future.