U.S. customers will soon be able to buy the Galaxy Note9 in silver and black colors

Samsung launched the latest entry in the Galaxy Note series last month, as it usually does, but despite showing off a few color variations for the phone, the Note9 only came to the United States in Ocean Blue and Lavender Purple. Now, the company is rectifying that with two new color models coming in the next couple of weeks.

First, we have the silver variant which was previously rumored. Officially named Cloud Silver, the color will be exclusively available through Best Buy - online and in physical stores - and Samsung's own website starting next week on October 5. Availability for the rest of the world hasn't yet been announced.

Secondly, the Midnight Black color option, which was already available in some other markets, is now coming to the U.S. as well. The 128GB model will debut first on October 12, while those looking for the 512GB capacity will have to wait until October 26 to get the black model.

As one would expect, the new models will carry the same price tag as the existing ones, as well as the same specs. The Note9 is a pretty powerful machine, running on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 with up to 8GB of RAM in addition to the whopping 512GB of internal storage. It also includes a new Bluetooth-enabled S Pen that can serve as a remote control for the phone.

Source: Samsung via The Verge

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