Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ released in two new colors

Galaxy S9 Burgundy

For more information you can read the official press release on Samsung's site. 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.

There's also a Burgundy Red version launching this month, but that's now exclusive to China and Korea.

The South Korean tech giant introduced Burgundy Red with last year's Galaxy S8. Korea Herald learned directly from the company that consumers in the two countries can expect the red variant to hit shelves on May 25.

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They will also get Sunrise Gold but that particular option will be released in other markets as well including Germany, Australia, Hong Kong, Chile, Russia, Mexico, Spain, Taiwan, Vietnam and the United Arab Emirates in June. The Burgundy Red model, which Samsung says has a "restrained gloss for added density and a look that is contemporary and traditional", will go on sale in China and South Korea this month.

Samsung's Galaxy S9 series is said to have significantly better download speeds thanks to its built-in CAT 18 LTE modem, which is able to deliver download speeds of up to 1.2 Gbps, without factoring network limitations. Its sophisticated look is targeted at consumers who want a stylistic touch of high fashion on their mobile device.

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