A render surfaced a couple of weeks ago suggesting that Samsung might offer the Galaxy Note 9 in a new color option. The render revealed that it would be a shade of silver and that’s exactly what the company has announced today. Samsung’s latest color option for its flagship is called Cloud Silver.
Initial reports had suggested that this color option may only be launched in the United States. We dug around and found that once it’s out in the United States, this new color option will also be launched in dozens of other markets as well.
Cloud Silver Galaxy Note 9
Cloud Silver has been officially confirmed as the latest color option for the Galaxy Note 9. It will be available in the United States before anywhere else. It has a silver S Pen to match the device. Samsung had originally launched its new flagship with the Lavender Purple and Ocean Blue color options in the United States.
Midnight Black, a popular color for this device, wasn’t available in the US at launch. That’s changing now too. Samsung has confirmed that in addition to Cloud Silver, it’s also making the Galaxy Note 9 available in Midnight Black for customers in the US.
The Cloud Silver Galaxy Note 9 will be available starting October 5 exclusively from Best Buy stores, it’s website and Samsung.com. The 128GB Midnight Black Galaxy Note 9 will be available through all retail channels starting October 12. Its 512GB model will be available from October 26.
Samsung hasn’t said when the Cloud Silver Galaxy Note 9 will be made available in other markets. It may take a few weeks to arrive elsewhere.