Samsung Galaxy S8 colors: all of the options available

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? There's currently no word of a US, UK or Australia release for the Coral Blue version of the Samsung Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8 Plus.

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