Fifth color option for the Galaxy Note 9 might be here soon – silver

By | 11th September 2018

  • Leaked images suggest that there will be a new Samsung Galaxy Note 9 silver option soon.
  • The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 silver option will likely be exclusive to the United States, at least at first.
  • The Galaxy Note 9 currently comes in four colors globally: blue, black, purple, and copper.


When Samsung launched the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 at the beginning of August, it announced the device would come in four colors: Ocean Blue, Midnight Black, Lavender Purple, and Metallic Copper. However, it looks like there will be a fifth color available soon: silver.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 silver option is likely to be exclusive to customers in the United States, at least at first. The colors available in the U.S. are currently limited to Ocean Blue and Lavender Purple, so a third option will certainly be nice.

MySmartPrice got its hands on some leaked press renders of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 silver option, and it looks pretty sharp:

A leaked press render of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Silver model. MySmartPrice

As you can see from the image, the S Pen that comes with the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 silver model is a matching color, unlike the Ocean Blue variant which comes with a yellow S Pen. You’ll also notice that the silver color is very similar to the Arctic Silver edition of the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus. However, we don’t know if Samsung will call this Arctic Silver or something else.

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We can only assume that the silver edition of the Galaxy Note 9 will be available in both the 128GB and 512GB variants, but it’s possible Samsung will only make the color available for one of them. We will have to wait until Samsung makes an official announcement about the new option.

What do you think? Does this new color pique your interest, or are you still unwilling to shell out over $1,000 on the Note 9, regardless of the color? Let us know in the comments!

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