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Pretty in red: the Galaxy S8 in Burgundy Red looks amazing, but you probably can't buy it


Last year, we saw the Samsung Galaxy S7 edge get the Blue Coral skin, after the Note 7 that introduced it happened to go down in flames. Then, we saw both the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge be updated with a full-black color, presumably in response to Apple's Jet Black. Well, you didn't think that Sammy won't be updating the color choices of its Galaxy S8 jewel, did you?

Posted on the Samsung Mobile Korea YouTube channel, we have a new ad, which introduces the new Burgundy Red Galaxy S8. Apparently made to celebrate the colors of autumn, the phone has a nice dark shade of red, with a saturated look and nice bling, due to the glass back. OK, can't do this anymore — it's hot, guys, it looks awesome!

The bad news? It's exclusive to South Korea... At least for now. Earlier this year, we did see the "exclusive" Rose Pink Galaxy S8 slowly make its way to western markets... So, maybe there's a miniscule amount of hope for the Burgundy Red to become a bit more widely available?


via: Reddit

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