Samsung announces two new colours for Galaxy S9 and S9+


The version is expected to debut in June across stores in UAE, Vietnam, Russia, Spain, Mexico, Hong Kong, Germany, Chile, Korea and Australia.

A Samsung Galaxy S9 performing an Ookla speed test. Image from Samsung. Both the smartphones are now available in three colors - Coral Blue, Lilac Purple, and Midnight Black. According to Samsung, the Burgundy Red variant of the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus will be available in Korea and China starting this month, though an official date was not shared. However, a Galaxy S9 Plus in Burgundy Red is sure to turn heads wherever you go. It didn't mention the United States, but the country could be part of the additional markets that will be revealed soon. There's also a Burgundy Red version launching this month, but that's now exclusive to China and Korea.

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According to the publication, the release of smartphones in new colors, the manufacturer has made a decision to heat up the cooling buyer interest for its current flagship. It has restrained gloss for added density and its appearance is a mixture of contemporary and traditional.

The Sunrise Gold finish features a satin gloss finish, which the company says creates a feeling of both vibrancy and calm. Samsung also confirmed that the Sunrise Gold color variant will arrive in more markets in the near future, but it seems like the Burgundy Red model will not.