Samsung may be done with all of their flagship launches for the year, but that doesn’t mean that the company is ready to give up on the Galaxy Note 9 yet. Earlier this month, anonymous leaks suggested that Samsung would be launching a white-colored variant of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9. Contrary to all the “fishy” feelings that aroused, it seems like the white-colored Galaxy Note 9 may actually be true.
According to a report published by the folks over at MySmartPrice, Samsung is planning to announce the white-colored variant of the Galaxy Note 9 in Taiwan later this month. According to the report, the white-colored Samsung Galaxy Note 9 would retail for TWD 30,900. Contrary to what many may have thought, the white-colored Samsung Galaxy Note 9 seems to be right in line with the rest of the Galaxy Note 9 family.
Internally, we aren’t expecting much from the new color making its way into the family of Galaxy Note 9 devices. However, what we are expecting is to see Samsung potentially experiment with the color white again prior to the launch of the Galaxy S10 next year.
For those who have been off-duty for a while, the last time Samsung had a white flagship was during the Galaxy Note 5 days and the company has since, made major moves in terms of design and color options. With the color white finally adding some refreshing energy to the Galaxy Note 9 lineup, it would be interesting to see where Samsung would go from here on now that everyone has their eyes peeled for the Galaxy S10.
Given how Samsung has been acting lately, we’re confident that these moves from Samsung are definitely being played out for the Galaxy S10’s release next year. From the announcement of Samsung’s new OneUI to the Galaxy A7 and A9 launch, we know where all of this is going.
Once the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 makes its way into the market in white, Samsung would have officially added the white Galaxy Note 9 to its collection alongside the Ocean Blue, Metallic Copper, Lavender Purple, and Midnight Black Galaxy Note 9 devices.
With the device making its way into the Taiwanese market by the November the 23rd, we would be keen to see if Samsung has any plans to release the device in white for the rest of the world.