One month has passed since the Samsung Galaxy S8+, and Galaxy S8 devices first landed in the market. So far, both the handsets have performed phenomenally, barring some isolated incidents. However, Samsung will be happy with the way its products have performed in the market, especially considering the fiasco the South Korean company faced after the launch of its previous premium smartphone, Galaxy Note 7.

Currently, both the smartphones are available in five distinct color options. These shades include Midnight Black, Orchid Gray, Arctic Silver, Maple Gold, and Coral Blue.

However, a recent report indicates that Samsung may be producing the devices in a few more color variants.

New color options for Samsung devices

Samsung’s Taiwanese website lists the additional colors in which the two handsets would be available soon. For the Galaxy S8, Samsung will launch three new hues, namely Ice Lake Blue, Smoked Purple Gray, and Quicksand Gold. The bigger variant, on the other hand, will likely get the Smoked Purple Gray and Quicksand Gold variants.

However, it is important to note that Samsung's listing suggests that these colors would be available for the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ devices in Taiwan. These new colors may initially launch only in Taiwan, but it is highly likely that the new hues will also make their way to the United States in the near future.

In the past, Samsung launched new colors of its flagships phones after the initial release and the same could be the case this year.

Positive reviews for Samsung's smartphones

Owners of the handsets seem to be satisfied with the new features and improved design of their smartphones. Samsung’s new Infinity display has also been lauded for portraying sharp images on the screen.

The almost bezel-less design is one of the biggest achievements of the flagships. Other than some minor glitches — such as the red tint issue — the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ have lived up to the hype.

The South Korean company predicts that it will sell more than 60 million of the latest flagship devices by the end of 2017. However, Samsung seems to be moving forward, without having the time to bask in the glory of the latest smartphones.

Instead, the company is already working on the successor of the Galaxy S8. Samsung is also planning to launch the Galaxy Note 8 sometime in the summer this year. So, it seems for now that Samsung has got its hands full.