Samsung’s gold and burgundy Galaxy S9s look lovely, but aren’t coming to the US

As a fan of the HTC Solar Network U11 and the bright yellow Lumia 1020 from Nokia, I am known for favoring the phones covered in warmer colors, so the recently announced versions Sunrise Gold and Burgundy Red Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus They have intrigued. Samsung presents a new glossy satin finish for the gold edition that, with a hyperbole alert, "wraps the smartphone in a glitter and dim glow". In addition, "this sophisticated finish was developed to appeal to all users by providing a stylistic touch of haute couture and urban interior design for a user's mobile device." Or you could have said it's gold and it looks pretty nice.




It is said that the Burgundy edition has a "restricted brightness for a higher density", although I'm really not sure exactly what shade of red it is, due to the confusing inconsistency between Samsung's promotional images. The red in the image above, which I like more, is a bright color, almost pink, but the red that Samsung talks about, and the one shown below, is much deeper. In any case, all this is of dubious academic importance, since Samsung only intends to sell the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus of Burgundy in China and South Korea, starting this month, without announced changes in specifications or capabilities.




S9 and S9 Plus will be available from June in Australia, Chile, Germany, Hong Kong, Mexico, Russia, South Korea, Spain, Taiwan, the United Arab Emirates and Vietnam, and new markets will be added "soon" thereafter. So there may still be a possibility that EE. UU Get the golden option S9 over time, but for now, the option for Americans (and most Europeans) remains among the Galaxy S9 black, blue and purple.