The difference, of course, is that Samsung’s Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ have been available for months now, rather than just a few weeks. In an effort to boost some sales leading into 2019, Samsung has just introduced an Ice Blue variant of both handsets. What really stands out is the fact that this is a gradient color, with the blue bleeding into white (or frost, maybe, so we can stay on brand).
Otherwise, this is your standard Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+, outfitted with 128GB of built-in storage. The Galaxy S9 is priced at 5499.00 yuan, (~$790) for the Galaxy S9, while pricing for the Galaxy S9+ starts at 6499.00 yuan (~$890). There’s word on a launch outside of China.
What do you think of the new color option?