According to Samsung, this will "wrap the smartphone in a tranquil glow and glimmer" while creating a feeling of both "vibrancy and calm".
Talking about the AR Core support, the technology was earlier available only on Google manufactured smartphones like Pixel and Nexus series.
Samsung is so proud of the study's test results, they are releasing a new TV commercial this week to showcase the Galaxy S9, especially since sales for their current flagships are slightly behind their predecessor's figures. And, "The Burgundy Red edition is one of the deepest red colors available featuring restrained gloss for added density and a look that is contemporary and traditional - flawless for users who appreciate luxurious design".
The South Korean tech giant introduced Burgundy Red with last year's Galaxy S8. While the Burgundy Red variant will be available in South Korea and China later this month, the Sunrise Gold edition will be made available from June in select countries like Australia, Chile, Germany, Spain, Russia, Taiwan, South Korea, UAE, Vietnam, and Mexico.
For now, it doesn't look like either variant will make its way Stateside, but Samsung is likely to bring the color options to additional markets at a later date. The Galaxy S9 is about two months old now and customers will already have more colors to pick from and the new ones sure are killer!