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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.

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

Sunrise Gold and Burgundy Red Galaxy S9 series. This included Midnight Black, Titanium Gray, Coral Blue, and Lilac Purple, which is more options then we normally see most companies launch with flagship smartphones.

Back when Samsung released the Galaxy S9, there were only four colours available in total - only three of which were available here in the UK. Other markets will get it as well after that.


Samsung did point out that additional market availability will be coming soon for these devices but they haven't revealed any details about those plans at this time.

The Sunrise Gold finish features a satin gloss finish, which the company says creates a feeling of both vibrancy and calm. The Galaxy S9 and S9+ camera features include Super Slow-mo capabilities, Low Light Camera with Dual Aperture lens, AR Emoji and Bixby integration.

Samsung has made it a habit of launching new color options for its Galaxy S flagships a couple of months after the handset is released to reignite the sales momentum. Its sophisticated look is targeted at consumers who want a stylistic touch of high fashion on their mobile device.

They look fantastic, but they're only available in select markets for now, and the U.S. and United Kingdom aren't included.



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