Samsung introduces new colours for the Galaxy S9 and S9+

Galaxy S9 Burgundy

Galaxy S9 Burgundy

Initially Titanium Grey will be exclusive to Carphone Warehouse and Sunrise Gold to EE, but Samsung has confirmed they will be available elsewhere (including the Samsung website) on 24th August.

Samsung Electronics is expanding its Galaxy S9 series. Earlier this month, the tech giant also updated ARCore to version 1.2 bringing several additional new features for developers to play with. The Sunrise Gold model will start shipping in June in select markets like Australia, Chile, Germany, Hong Kong, Korea, Mexico, Russia, Spain, Taiwan, United Arab Emirates, and Vietnam.

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In an effort to strengthen its position at the top of the global smartphone market, the South Korean company is now rolling out new additions to its Galaxy S9 portfolio.

Following trends or supporting a cause, many brands have created a special red edition handset at some point or another, often unveiling it weeks or months after the first batch of colors was announced. At the time, Samsung admitted that it chose to introduce the new color option in the country, so it could revitalize its struggling performance there.

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Both devices will feature a storage capacity of 64 gigabytes. It has developed this finish to appeal to all users by fusing a touch of high fashion with urban interior design.

On the other hand, those looking for a "contemporary and traditional" feel should probably go for the Burgundy Red color which Samsung says - quite hilariously - is "one of the deepest reds available".

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