Since the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S24 series, we've seen a lot of complaints from new owners of the phone that the Vibrant display mode isn't as vibrant as previous models, but Samsung says it works fine. It is said that it is. It was intended.
This is according to a statement given to Teknofilo (via Android Police), in which Samsung Spain says that “several changes have been made to the display technology to provide a more natural viewing experience.” (via Google Translate).
The statement goes on to say that “users may notice a difference in color depth compared to older devices,” but from Samsung's perspective, the new color and brightness settings are “more accurate and comfortable.” “Provide a display.”
For those not familiar with Vibrant display mode, this mode has been available on Samsung phones for years and allows users to adjust the colors to make them pop a little more, rather than making them more realistic and natural. We offer options to highlight.
No fix coming
Many posts on forums and Reddit claim that Vivid mode is more washed out than usual, with users posting screenshots showing the differences between the S24 model and older phones.
A few days ago, we reported that Samsung was aware of the issue and was working on a fix. That's because a Samsung chat support representative posted a message saying that normal service would be restored in an “upcoming software update.”
It appears the chat agent was giving incorrect information – or maybe Samsung has changed its mind. The current configuration appears to be what Samsung plans to continue with.
Of course, this is something that can be adjusted through software, so there's always the possibility that it will be adjusted in the future if enough people complain. As always, we'll keep you posted.