Samsung beefs up the Galaxy S9's color pallet with red and gold

Share

However, an update to the list of supported handsets, spotted by 9to5Google, now shows ARCore support for Samsung's Galaxy S9 and S9+.

Samsung did not mention if the Burgundy Red edition is coming to other markets.

Russian Federation sends notes of protest to Ukraine over situation with journalists
The law enforcement bodies held the investigative actions at the office of RIA News-Ukraine. Security agents also arrested a Ukrainian-born Russian journalist, accusing him of treason.

Unfortunately, if you live in the USA, it doesn't look like you'll be able to get either a gold or red S9 any time soon. In any case, this announcement comes from the company's global website, though it seems like the Burgundy Red model will not exactly be available on a global scale, which we'll talk about in a minute.

In an article published by Samsung on Tuesday, May 15, the Korean electronics company boasted its current flagships, the Galaxy S9 and the S9 Plus, were the "fastest phones ever".

Japan's big growth streak just came to an end
Economists say Japan's first-quarter contraction is temporary, but the rebound will not be almost as strong as previous quarters. That snaps a run of eight quarters of consecutive growth, the longest Japan has achieved since the boom days of the late 1980s.

Currently, the Burgundy Red variant has been made available in China and South Korea.

Both devices will feature a storage capacity of 64 gigabytes. On the other hand, the Burgundy Red Edition features a restrained gloss finish for added density, presenting a contemporary and traditional feel. While the Burgundy Red variant will be available in Korea and China starting this month, the Sunrise Gold variant will start selling in June in select markets like Germany, Hong Kong, UAE, Russia and Spain.

North Dakota Joins Lawsuit Against Drug Maker Purdue Pharma
In September, Paxton announced he was joining a 41-state investigation of companies that manufacture or sell opioids. In a statement, Connecticut-based Purdue Pharma denied the claims and said the company will defend itself.

Which new Galaxy S9 color option do you like more? Its sophisticated look is targeted at consumers who want a stylistic touch of high fashion on their mobile device.

Share