The two new colors - Sunrise Gold and Burgundy Red - join the existing roster of Midnight Black, Titanium Gray, Coral Blue, and Lilac Purple.
This particular Burgundy Red hue is one of the deepest red colors according to the company and it has a restrained gloss for added density.
It's the first the Sunrise Gold has been made available to a Galaxy device as it comes with a glass-clad satin finish that makes the S9 reflect light through different angles.
The Burgundy Red edition will be available in Korea and China starting in May. Should the new editions come to Malaysia, the price tag will most likely cost the same from RM3299 to RM4399 depending on which model variant you're getting.
Samsung said the gold edition will also be sold in large markets such as Australia, Chile, Germany and Russian Federation, with shipments to other countries to follow. Samsung has officially confirmed today that its flagship will now be available in not one but two new colors.
Coming to the ARCore support, Google's augmented reality developer platform, was previously available only on Pixel and Nexus handsets and select smartphones from manufacturers like Asus, LG, Huawei, Moto, and Sony.