Samsung intros new ‘Rose Pink’ color option for the Galaxy S8+

Samsung today introduced a new color option for its flagship Galaxy S8+ smartphone, dubbed ‘Rose Pink’. The new color option will be available in Taiwan starting next month for a price tag of TWD 27,900 (Rs.59,300 approx) from all major distribution channels as well as carriers. Consumers in Taiwan can place a pre-order for the Galaxy S8+ in Rose Pink until the 30th of this month. Those who do will be receiving a free Alcantara Italian back cover worth TWD 1,690 with their new Galaxy S8+.

The new Rose Pink shade joins the Ice Lake Blue, Smoked Purple Gray, and Quicksand Gold colors that both the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ are available in Taiwan. While these names may sound unfamiliar to some of you, they are actually simply identical to the Coral Blue, Orchid Gray, and Maple Gold color options that are offered in other markets, simply rebranded. The new Rose Pink shade, Samsung claims, provides a perfect combination of glass and metal, along with a sweet yet stylish texture. This new shade is said to be dedicated to consumers who are full of confidence and pay attention to their unique taste.

Apart from the different color, the new variant is identical to the other color variants of the Galaxy S8+. At this point, it is not clear if Samsung will introduce the Rose Pink option for regions outside Taiwan. Going by what Samsung did with “exclusive” color options last year, we do believe that there is a high chance Samsung will offer the Rose Pink color in at least a few markets outside Taiwan in the near future.

The Samsung Galaxy S8+ features a 6.2-inch Quad HD Infinity Display, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of built-in storage, an iris scanner, fingerprint sensor, 12MP rear camera with Dual Pixel tech and OIS, 8MP autofocus selfie camera, and a 3500mAh capacity battery.


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