Samsung introduces two new Galaxy S9 colors

Here’s Sunrise Gold on the Galaxy S9

Here’s Sunrise Gold on the Galaxy S9

The Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ reimagine the way we communicate, share and experience the world.

So these claims do have some base to them.

Fans of the famous brand Samsung has repeatedly lamented the fact that their direct competitor, Apple provides its customers with more varied coloring of their flagship smartphones. So bring it on.

Considering the earlier-than-expected panel production, Samsung is likely to roll out the upcoming flagship model as early as August, one month earlier than it did for the Note 8 series previous year.

Korean newspaper The Bell, naturally, reports that the Samsung Galaxy S10 is likely to see an official unveiling at CES in January, with the "procurement of parts" to begin in October. It is humored that the Galaxy Note 9 launch will be only a simple update.

And Burgundy Red on Galaxy S9
And Burgundy Red on Galaxy S9

Chinese smartphone maker OnePlus finally launched its much-teased flagship smartphone OnePlus 6 globally at an event in London.

A rumor from a couple of months ago revealed that Samsung could be thinking of launching the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 earlier than expected, possibly in July. It was later extended to Galaxy Note 8 and Galaxy A8 smartphones as well. This can sometimes lead to stock issues where one color option gets sold out and it can take days to weeks before a retailer can get more in from the OEM.

According to a report from Reuters, Samsung's beginning talks with ZTE and other OEMs to supply its Exynos processors to Android phones other than its own.

It should be noted, however, that Samsung did not push through with its plan to introduce a foldable smartphone last year, and it will apparently not happen again this year.

So far, there are no concrete details available regarding the phone. There is only one mobile SoC that has the above features and that is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835.