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Samsung Galaxy S9 Titanium Grey variant launches in the UK today

There’s a new Samsung Galaxy S9 colour variant coming to the UK later this month, but you can only get it in one place.

Carphone Warehouse has dibs on a Titanium Grey edition of Samsung’s latest flagship smartphone, which goes on sale from June 29.

Samsung fans who’ve been uninspired by the initial array of colours can pre-register today for the handset, which will have 256GB of storage.

Related: Samsung Galaxy S9 review

Both the Galaxy S9 and S9+ will be available in the new colour, both in-store and online.

A colourful Galaxy

The Titanium Grey edition is already available in the United States, but only Midnight Black, Lilac Purple and Coral Blue have been available in the UK thus far.

The Titanium Grey edition joins the Sunrise Gold edition, which will arrive as an EE exclusive on the same day. The Burgundy Red version of the handset is only scheduled to Korea and China.

Samsung often refreshes the colours following lunch, once the initial launch surge has passed. We wouldn’t rule out more before the year is out, either.

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