The flagship Samsung Galaxy Note9 officially comes in Midnight Black, Metallic Copper, Ocean Blue (with yellow S Pen) and Arctic Silver. Depending on where you are in the world, the available colourways may defer. A recent tweet by serial leakster Evan Blass reveals a potentially new colour on the way – White.
I must say it does look good, and while Ocean Blue remains my favourite Note9 colour, I think White is unique. Before you get all too excited, Blass himself questions the authenticity of the leaked photo which could well be a well-Photoshopped image.
Got tipped on this. Eagle-eyed Photoshop detectives, what say ye? pic.twitter.com/KXp4inQtL2
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) November 4, 2018
That said, it isn’t the first time Samsung has made a white device. The Galaxy Note3 had a white faux leather back option, and the Note5 also came with a white option. Most recently, to celebrate the 2018 Winter Olympics, Samsung released a PyeongChang 2018 Limited Edition model, bound only for Korea.
We’ll have to wait and see won’t we?
The Galaxy Note9 is the better-at-everything-Note, boasting a bigger screen, bigger storage, better cameras, bigger battery, and an even better S Pen.
For more about the Galaxy Note9, head over to this Galaxy Note9 hub page.
The 6GB RAM + 128GB storage model sells for MYR3,599, while the 8GB RAM + 512GB model goes for MYR4,299.