We’re down to the wire, with a little over a fortnight until Samsung unveils their new Galaxy S9 and S9+ handsets at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Until then, the ever informed Evan Blass is keeping up his stream of leaks with another press render, this time of the Galaxy S9+ in Coral Blue.
First announced with the Galaxy S7/S7 Edge in 2016, the Coral Blue colour is a pleasantly light blue which was then repeated for the launch of the Galaxy S8. The colour is certainly attractive so you can see why Samsung has brought it back for the Galaxy S9 launch.
…and (by popular demand) Coral Blue. pic.twitter.com/NCTEB3GIDj
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) February 7, 2018
At this stage Evan has only shown the Galaxy S9+ in Coral Blue, but did show both the S9 and S9+ in Lilac Purple last week. As well as Coral Blue and Lilac Purple, the phone will also launch in Midnight Black and Titanium Gray, though as usual availability will be dependent on region.
The Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ will differ in specs and look, with the S9 coming with 4GB of RAM/64GB of on-board storage and a single rear camera, while the S9+ will come with 6GB of RAM/128GB of onboard storage with a dual camera on the rear as seen above.
We’ll be there in Barcelona to bring you all the news of the Galaxy S9 launch live from 4am AEDT on February 26th so tune in.