Samsung has officially confirmed today that its flagship will now be available in not one but two new colors.
It has actually released the Burgundy Red hue for the Galaxy S9 earlier than it did for the Galaxy S8 past year.
Samsung said the Burgundy Red Galaxy S9 will hit shelves on May 25, with the Sunrise Gold version set to be released in early June. And, the other variant was detailed as "The Burgundy Red edition is one of the deepest red colors available featuring restrained gloss for added density and a look that is contemporary and traditional - ideal for users who appreciate luxurious design". The overall look is downright luxurious.
While Samsung's Galaxy S9 is undoubtedly a solid and impressive device, the South Korean-based company faces the same type of challenges as Apple, which is to say that smartphone owners are upgrading their devices far less frequently than in years past.
It's only the color that's different as everything about the smartphones themselves remains the same.
Instead, the Gold and Red colors will be launching in Korea and China this month.
Samsung said the gold edition will also be sold in large markets such as Australia, Chile, Germany and Russian Federation, with shipments to other countries to follow.
Samsung decribed one of the new colour models as, "The Sunrise Gold edition for Galaxy S9 and S9+ is Samsung's first device to feature a satin gloss finish which wraps the smartphone in a tranquil glow and glimmer".
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