Samsung Galaxy S8 colors: all of the options available

Update: Coral Blue is coming to the US starting July 21. Unfortunately, the release isn't extending globally.

The color is one of the biggest decisions you need to make when choosing your new phone. Will you go for a more vibrant color, or is it a good time to make a more neutral choice? 

The Samsung Galaxy S8 and Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus are available in a wide variety of colors, whether you want something bold or or more bland by comparison.

Below we’ll take a look at all the color choices for the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus.

Note: these color choices may not all be available in every market and may be subject to change.

Samsung Galaxy S8 colors: Midnight Black

There are three colors that are nailed on to adorn the new Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus, the first of which being Midnight Black.

Can I get it? Midnight Black is available in the US, UK and Australia.

Samsung Galaxy S8 colors: Orchid Grey

Next up is Orchid Grey, which looks a little purple if you ask us.

Can I get it? Orchid Grey is a commonly available color in the US, UK and Australia.

Samsung Galaxy S8 colors: Arctic Silver

The third Galaxy S8 color is Arctic Silver and is the lightest option for the latest phones from Samsung.

Can I get it? Arctic Silver is available in the US, but there's no word of a UK or Australia release.

Samsung Galaxy S8 colors: Maple Gold

The gold Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge

Want something that looks a little more premium? Samsung has a Maple Gold option that, like the Coral Blue, is a stunning look and also will not be arriving in the US at launch.

Can I get it? If you live in Australia, you're in luck. Those in the US or UK won't be able to buy a Maple Gold Galaxy S8 though.

Samsung Galaxy S8 colors: Coral Blue

Introduced with the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is the Coral Blue options. It's a rather stunning option compared to the standard palette of colors.

Can I get it? Samsung has confirmed that this color will be available in the US starting July 21, though folks in the UK or Australia will have to keep waiting.

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