New gradient color options have been introduced to the first Samsung smartphone to have ever had a punch hole display, Samsung Galaxy A8s. The device is also known as Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro in South Korea.
New gradient color designs are now available for Samsung Galaxy A8s
According to a recent leak from well-known tipster Ice Universe, the South Korean company has recently added two new gradient color options for the Samsung Galaxy A8s in China. As you can easily see from the image above, the new color gradients available for this phone are a combination of either Pink-Blue or Yellow-Pink, which definitely look pretty good to our eyes. The gradient covers the back of the phones, as well as the frame on the front and the frames on the side.
Samsung has used gradient colors on its phones in the past
This is not the first time when Samsung is using gradient colors for the design of its smartphones, as we’ve seen some pretty interesting combinations being used in the past, on devices such as the Samsung Galaxy S9 and 9+, or on the Samsung Galaxy A9. As we’ve seen in some previous leaks, the much-awaited Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10+ are also expected to come in a couple of gradient color options. Samsung’s 10th anniversary lineup, S10 will be announced later this month in San Francisco, during the company’s Unpacked event.
What other phones have such designs with gradient colors?
There are also other companies that have chosen to use gradient colors for their smartphones. Some of the phones that have a similar design to that of the Galaxy A8s, as far as the gradient colors are concerned, are the OnePlus 67, the Vivo Y89, the Honor 10 Lite and the Oppo K1. This is quite a nice trend and hopefully we will see more of these combinations being adopted by manufacturers in the future.
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