The Galaxy S24, Galaxy S24+, and Galaxy S24 Ultra are scheduled to receive a firmware update that includes bug fixes as well as new features like the ability to bring the somewhat pale display’s color intensity up to par with its predecessors. This information was first leaked by a leaker.
In a recent statement, Samsung emphasized that the somewhat subdued colors currently seen on the new AMOLED panel of the Galaxy S24 series are the more accurate setting. Nevertheless, owners of the Galaxy S24, Galaxy S24+, or Galaxy S24 Ultra will soon have the option to have their display as vivid as the displays of the predecessors, like the Galaxy S23 Ultra.
However, some consumers clearly don’t care and prefer the richer colors that Samsung has customarily provided through the ‘Vivid’ display option. Ultimately, users still have the option to select ‘Natural’ from the settings. The advanced display options will soon have a ‘Vividness’ slider that allows users to customize the color intensity.
Information from a typically very trustworthy leaker, who has also included a screenshot with his X-Post (see below), has surfaced, albeit this has not yet been officially confirmed. As per the leaker, the base value remains at the current Galaxy S24 level, but it can be increased by one level to reach the Galaxy S23 level and even by another level to reach the Galaxy S21 level. It is still unclear, though, when the Galaxy S24 series’ first firmware update will be released.