Samsung’s Galaxy S9 duo will soon come in Sunrise Gold

Sales of the Galaxy S9 duo aren’t looking so hot, but Samsung has some ideas in mind. There are new 128GB and 256GB storage variants available already, and from June 24, Samsung will offer a new color variant of each the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ in the US. On this day, Sunrise Gold will join Midnight Black, Lilac Purple, Coral Blue, and Titanium Gray.

Samsung is no stranger when it comes to releasing new color and themed variants of its latest smartphones. The company has released Gold smartphones in the past, but Sunrise Gold is a new shade. Both the smaller and larger Galaxy S9 will come in Sunrise Gold, though availability of the upcoming variant is sure to vary by carrier in the US. The Gold offering has also been available for sale in Australia, China, Germany, Hong Kong, Korea, Mexico, Russia, Spain, Taiwan, United Arab Emirates and Vietnam.

Those interested in the new color can have their unit delivered as soon as Monday, June 25. Pricing of the model is identical to that of the other colors, so you won’t be paying anything additional. This shouldn’t surprise anyone since the design and hardware specifications are the same. The only change is the color on the exterior which entails Gold backing and trim with a Black front.

If it doesn’t bother you that Galaxy Note 9 could launch in two months, the Sunrise Gold Galaxy S9 is one of the best Android offerings you can buy. Let us know if you’ll be picking one up next week by leaving a comment below this article.

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