Samsung has finally made a new "Rose Pink" variant of its Samsung Galaxy S8+ today. This new variant of the smartphone will be officially released in Taiwan next month.
According to 9to5Google, the rose pink smartphone will land in the country for TW 27,900. That means it will be approximately equal to $920. Samsung Taiwan warned all interested buyers that this variant will be available only for a limited time and it will be only seen on its online store.
Although there is no enough evidence yet, rumors claimed that Samsung decided to rename the color variants for the Galaxy S8 in Taiwan to Ice Lake Blue, Smoked Purple Grey, and Quicksand Gold. The rest of the general features and specs for the smartphone remain the same. That includes the Exynos 8895 system-on-a-chip, a 12MP main camera, 4GB of RAM, and its famed 6.2-inch almost-bezel-less Infinity Display. In addition to that, the 3500mAh battery will also be kept just like the usual version of the Samsung Galaxy S8+.
According to Android Central, Samsung is very well-known for adding colors to its flagship gadgets. And this new rose pink color for its mobile device is the tech firm's first sign of a greater strategy ahead. The Samsung Galaxy S8+ runs Android 7.0 and it is expected to have an update very soon.
As of not, there’s no official statement yet from Samsung Corporation or Samsung Taiwan whether the color variant rose pink will make it outside Taiwan. And if ever it will go around the world, when it will be available. However, once it happened, it wouldn’t be entirely surprising. It is worth taking note that Samsung has recently launched new color variants of its Galaxy S8 in the US after the slowdown of sales.