Few months after the amazing Samsung Galaxy S8 launched, there have been reports that the multinational Korean company will be releasing another variant of the said smartphone.

Blue Coral

Rumors kept on swirling around saying that the high-end smartphone may come in a different color scheme and this might be in coral blue. This leaked news started when Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus was speculated to appear in rose gold. Reports with photos were also rolled out to picture how it will actually look like.

Sources noted that Evan Blass, a famous tech expert, posted a tweet a photo with a caption “US-bound Galaxy S8/+ in blue.” As it was shown in the image, it is the Samsung Galaxy S8 in coral blue color.

The said high-end unit has already made a good track record with its launched colors. Releasing new color for the incredible high-end smartphone could lift the numbers further. The device’s performance in sales is really impressive according to Tim Baxter, COO, and President of Samsung America.

A reboot

Though there’s no official word yet from Samsung confirming this news, the huge company is known for launching new colors after the gadget’s official release date.

There has been a special edition recently for Samsung Galaxy S8 flagship which is the Pirates of the Carribean Samsung Galaxy S8. This model is on the Chinese e-commerce portal JD.com. When you buy this special edition, it will be shipped right to your doorstep in a treasure box with themed attachments.

With its technical specifications, there’s no change. It still has the 5.6 QHD screen display with a beast Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor. The 12-megapixel dual-pixel rear camera and an 8-megapixel smart autofocus front camera which is perfect for selfie lovers. Its battery won’t let you down as this unit has 3000 mAh.

Both Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus, when it comes to units’ software, run on Android 7.0 with a punch of Samsung custom UX on top.

Moreover, the giant tech company gave Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge a send off after its official launch in coral blue color units. Hence, the offer was just until February. This smartphone model is still available in stores that have it in stocks. You can buy it for a new cheaper price.

If a reboot for Samsung’s latest models happened, UK consumers might need to wait for the rumored smartphone color until it is released in the US. For sure, Samsung loyalties will wait for the giant tech company's confirmation about this amazing news.