Korean smartphone king doesn’t make it easy to find the color you want
One of the most important things people look at when they’re shopping for a new phone is the color. Do you want to stay neutral, or do you want to go wild and get a more vibrant color?
The Samsung Galaxy S8 and Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus are available in a wide array of different shades, so whether you’re bold or more professional, there will be a phone that’ll fit your aesthetic. And, if you want to use a case, we’ve got you covered there as well.
Let’s dive into all the Samsung Galaxy S8 colors available for both the S8 and S8 Plus models.
Note: these color choices may not all be available in every market and may be subject to change.
Samsung Galaxy S8 colors: Midnight Black
Midnight Black is the first ‘core’ color that probably won’t rotate out for the new Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus.
Can I get it? Midnight Black is available in the US, UK and Australia.
Samsung Galaxy S8 colors: Orchid Grey
Orchid Grey is another extremely common color for the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 plus but, if you ask us, it looks more purple than grey.
Can I get it? Orchid Grey is a commonly available color in the US, UK and Australia.
Samsung Galaxy S8 colors: Arctic Silver
Arctic Silver is the third mainline color option for the Galaxy S8, and it’s the lightest color available for Samsung’s flagship devices.
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
While you won’t find any Maple Gold Galaxy devices in the US today, it’s an extremely premium- looking finish for an extremely premium phone.
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? Samsung has confirmed that this color will be available in the US starting July 21, though folks in the UK or Australia will have to keep waiting.