1. Ice Universe confirmed the color options for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S24 series, which include Black, Gray, Violet, Yellow, Blue, Green, and Orange.
2. Out of those colors, Black, Gray, Violet, and Yellow will be standard options, while Blue, Green, and Orange will be online exclusive colors.
3. The Galaxy S24 series is expected to launch in January, but the exact date is still unknown.
4. The Galaxy S24 Ultra will have a flat display and different design compared to its siblings, and it is expected to use both Snapdragon and Exynos chips.
Galaxy S24 Series Colors Confirmed by Ice Universe
Prominent tipster Ice Universe has confirmed the color variants that will be available for Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S24 series. This confirmation aligns with previous statements made by analyst Ross Young, adding credibility to the information.
Color Options for the Galaxy S24 Series
According to Ice Universe, the Galaxy S24 series will come in Black, Blue, Gray, Green, Orange, Violet, and Yellow color options. Four of these colors (Black, Gray, Violet, and Yellow) will be standard, while Blue, Green, and Orange will be available exclusively online. It’s worth mentioning that Ross Young stated the Blue and Green colors will be in a light shade.
Variety of Choices
With such a wide range of color options, there will likely be something to suit everyone’s taste. However, not all colors may be available for all models. Samsung is expected to release three smartphones as part of the Galaxy S24 series – the Galaxy S24, Galaxy S24+, and Galaxy S24 Ultra.
Expected Launch in January
The release of these smartphones is anticipated for January of next year, although the exact date is still unknown. Samsung is likely to announce further details soon.
Design and Chip Details
Based on current information, all three models in the Galaxy S24 series will feature flat displays, setting them apart from their predecessors. The Galaxy S24 Ultra will have a unique design distinguishing it from the other models. It is also expected that Samsung will use both Snapdragon and Exynos chips, with the latter likely to be utilized in European models. Hopefully, the performance of the Exynos chip will be improved compared to previous generations.