Samsung Galaxy S9 gets support for Google's ARCore

Samsung Galaxy S9 gets support for Google's ARCore

Samsung Galaxy S9 gets support for Google's ARCore

On the other hand, those looking for a "contemporary and traditional" feel should probably go for the Burgundy Red color which Samsung says - quite hilariously - is "one of the deepest reds available". Additional market availability details are coming soon. And yes, the razor-thin screen bezels are still black across the board, while the metal frames match the glass backplates. For now, both the new colour variants, Burgundy Red and Sunrise Gold will ship to limited markets.

All that said, Galaxy S9 sales in South Korea finally crossed the 1 million threshold this week, just about two months after launching on March 16.

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The Burgundy Red edition looks to be the more exclusive of the new hues, available in Korea and China only this month.

It's the first the Sunrise Gold has been made available to a Galaxy device as it comes with a glass-clad satin finish that makes the S9 reflect light through different angles.

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Younghee Lee, CMO and Executive Vice President at Samsung Electronics said that people "want to be able to express their style and personality through their technology" and that the colour of a device plays a big part.

It is possible that the new Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus Sunrise Gold and Burgundy Red editions will eventually reach the European market and the United States market, too.

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