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The Galaxy S9 is now available in ‘Sunrise Gold’ from EE

The Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus have been treated to a golden refresh. The new Sunrise Gold models are exclusive to EE in the UK, and if you move quickly, you can take advantage of a limited-time special offer.

If you order the 64GB Sunrise Gold S9 before 23:59 on July 2, it’ll cost you £33 per month (after an upfront fee of £30) on a 24-month 4GEE Max plan. If you make your move after July 2, it will cost you £43 per month.

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That plan, by the way, gets you unlimited minutes and texts, and 30GB of data per month.

The 256GB Sunrise Gold S9 Plus, meanwhile, is available on the same 24-month 4GEE Max plan for £30 up front and £48 a month.

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Across the pond, you can pick up a Sunrise Gold S9 or S9 Plus from Best Buy, or directly from Samsung.

The firm first unveiled the gold S9 model in May, alongside the lovely Burgundy Red model that’s currently exclusive to South Korea and China.

“The new Sunrise Gold color creates a feeling of both vibrancy and calm,” Samsung gushed at the time. “This sophisticated finish was developed to appeal to all users by bringing a stylistic touch of high fashion and urban interior design to a user’s mobile device.”

One thing that differentiates the Sunrise Gold model from the Burgundy Red, Midnight Black, Titanium Gray, Coral Blue and Lilac Purple versions (colour aside) is its “satin gloss finish”, which − despite its name − makes the phone look more matte than shiny.

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The gold S9 is also available in Australia, Chile, Germany, Hong Kong, Korea, Mexico, Russia, Spain, Taiwan, United Arab Emirates and Vietnam.

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