There is now information on what color options Samsung prepared for its Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ smartphones. Pricing details have also surfaced online, and they appear to confirm earlier speculations that the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge’s successors will be more expensive.

On Tuesday, tech leakster Roland Quandt took to Twitter to share new bits of information about the Galaxy S8 and S8+ he recently discovered from listings of an EU retailer. Based on the retail listings he found, Samsung’s new flagship phones will come in three color options, namely: Black, Silver and Violet. While it isn’t surprising to have Black and Silver variants for these handsets, the Violet option is really something fans should look forward to seeing later this month.

When it comes to pricing, Quandt learned that the Galaxy S8 flagship phone will start at €799 or U.S. $843, while the Galaxy S8+ will retail for €899 or U.S. $949. Should this be the case, it’s clear that the new devices will be more expensive than the $672 and $792 base models of the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge, respectively.

In another tweet, Quandt explained that the color options and pricing details he divulged were from a single EU retailer. Therefore, it’s possible that availability and pricing of the phones would vary per country or region. He even pointed out that other variants could be present in other markets.

Although these details may be from a retailer, nothing has been confirmed by Samsung at this point. Hence, everyone should take Quandt’s new revelations with a grain of salt. Android Authority says it’s best to just wait till the South Korean company officially announces the Galaxy S8 and S8+ on March 29 to get to know the handsets better.

IBTimes previously reported that the release date of the two phones have been pushed back by a week. Instead of hitting the market on April 21, the devices will be up for grabs starting April 28. No reason was provided for the one-week delay.