Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ released in two additional colour variants

Muriel Colon
May 17, 2018

The new color options are very cool but those looking to have a new Galaxy S9 color or planning to buy the phone soon will have to stick to the regular color options. Listening to the wishes of customers, Samsung has managed to increase their sales.

Samsung has announced it's launching two new colours with its flagship phone now arriving Sunrise Gold and Titanium Grey.

The new iPhones for 2018 are also forecast to be unveiled one or two months in advance compared to previous year, as Korean panel suppliers have chose to start production of OLED panels this month.

In this way, the current black, blue and purple models will be joined by a Sunrise Gold (gold) and another model named Burgundy Red, which is a kind of very elegant burgundy.

Which one do you like the most, Burgundy Red or Sunrise Gold?

Separately, Samsung has also launched flashy new colours for the new Galaxy S9 and S9+.

Citing a study from Ookla, the internet metrics analysis company behind SpeedTest, Samsung highlights that the S9 and S9 Plus have download speeds up to 42% faster than its unnamed "closest-competitor". If that was the only thing putting you off, then you'll be happy to hear that Samsung has just announced it's bringing Titanium Grey handsets to the United Kingdom, alongside the brand new "Sunrise Gold". The more color options that a smartphone launches with, the more hard it is to anticipate which colors will be more popular. Most of the color options end up being available in just some markets.

There are no changes made in specifications of S9 duo other than this flashy new paint job. However, the Sunrise Gold version is the first smartphone from Samsung that features a satin gloss finish.

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