Samsung’s new Galaxy S24 series has received an overwhelming response with record-breaking pre-orders. However, some users have expressed their disappointment with the display on these devices, particularly in the “Vivid” display mode. Fortunately, Samsung has taken note of these complaints and plans to address them in the next update.
Samsung to Introduce Color Vividness Slider
According to a tip from Ice Universe, an upcoming February update will introduce a new slider in the White Balance settings of the Galaxy S24 series. This slider will allow users to adjust the color vividness, giving them more control over the display. The tipster has even shared an image of this new feature.
The slider is expected to provide a three-step solution. The default setting will maintain a level of vividness higher than the Natural option but not as vibrant as previous Samsung models. Moving the slider to the middle step will bring the S24 display closer to the vivid colors of the S23 series, while the third option will push it even further, offering colors as vibrant as those on the S21 Ultra.
Addressing Camera Issues
In addition to the display improvements, the upcoming update for the Galaxy S24 series is also expected to address camera issues reported by some users. Samsung has acknowledged these concerns and assured users that the forthcoming update will resolve them.
It is commendable to see Samsung being responsive to user feedback. The Galaxy S24 series has witnessed remarkable sales in India and Korea, leading the company to adjust its shipment target for the S24 series in Q1 2024 from 12 million to 13 million units.