The newly announced Samsung Galaxy S9/s9+ will be offered at a various price tag. The latter will vary from market to market. Say, on March 6, the new flagship officially launched in Guangzhou, China. The S9’s 4+64GB variant was priced at 5799 yuan ($914), 4+128GB model at 6099 yuan ($961), the S9 Plus’ 6+64GB model at 6699 yuan ($1056), the 6+128GB at 6999 yuan ($1103), and the 6+256GB at 7599 yuan ($1198). They will ship on March 16. However, yesterday Samsung launched these phones in Hong Kong, and the prices differ a lot.
The Hong Kong Version of the Samsung Galaxy S9 is available only in 4+64GB variant, which is priced at 5998 Hong Kong dollars (4850 yuan ($765)), the S9 Plus’ 6+64GB variant is available at 6998 Hong Kong dollars (5659 yuan ($982)), the 6+128GB model at 7398 Hong Kong dollars (5981 yuan ($943)), and the 6+256GB model is offered at 7998 Hong Kong dollars (6466 yuan ($1019)).
As for color options, the original Samsung Galaxy S9 comes in purple and black, while the S9+ comes in blue as well. However, the specs list remains the same for all models. The phones are packed with a Snapdragon 845 chip that supports full-network 3G/4G including China Telecom CDMA 3G and China Mobile TDCSMDA 3G networks. The rest is talked as much that it’s senseless to recall them once again.
Well, Hong Kong was the next destination after Guangzhou. And we see the price tags set for this region differs a lot in comparison to the latter. So there is every reason to think there will be markets offering these products at lower price tags.