We've already seen renders of the Samsung Galaxy S9 in its Ice Blue color. The gradient design launched in China a couple of weeks ago, and next month the same color is coming to Germany with a different name. As far as we can tell, the only difference between China's Ice Blue Galaxy S9, and Germany's Polaris Blue is that the latter carries 64GB of internal storage compared to the 128GB inside the unit offered in China.
In addition, earlier this month Samsung unveiled a new version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 dressed in white. Like the Ice Blue/Polaris Blue Galaxy S9, we might not see the new color option for the Galaxy Note 9 offered in the U.S. Right now, it is going to be released next month in Taiwan only, but shipping plans can change.
What brings up these new colors for the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy Note 9 is a picture just tweeted by tipster extraordinaire Evan Blass. The image is a photograph showing the back of the Polaris Blue Galaxy S9 and the Alpine White Galaxy Note 9. Keep in mind that these are not renders.
Again, Sammy has not released any plans at this time to release these particular variants in the U.S. But if you have an inside to the North Pole, perhaps you can let Santa and his team know that consumers in the states might be interested in these new colors, too.