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Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra is available in 7 Colors



Galaxy S24 Ultra Full Review

Samsung has released the Galaxy S24 series for flagship smartphone fans. This time, the company hasn’t showcased any major changes in the design of the devices, but this time it is fully focused on bringing some significant functional changes for the devices, like the flat screen, which is made on different OLED technology, which is more power efficient.

Another noticeable change is the titanium frame, which makes the Galaxy S24 Ultra lightweight. However, for more freshness, the company has brought the devices in five different color variants.

Galaxy S24 Ultra Colors are here

As you know, Samsung hasn’t brought any major changes in the design of the Galaxy devices since the Galaxy S21, especially the Ultra series, so to attract the attention of every customer, the company has always brought some new color variants of the devices. In the previous ultra variant, the Galaxy S23, the company brought the device in five colors, including Cream, Phantom Black, Green, and Lavender.

Samsung has brought the latest Galaxy S24 Ultra in seven color variants, including yellow, violet, black, grey, orange, green, and blue. As the company always names the colors according to some devices, this time every color has a prefix like titanium. Let’s understand what you should buy.

Titanium Black

Nowadays,many people go with simple solid colors, which may also give a professional or formal look to their style, and here, titanium black suits well.

Titanium Gray

Titanium Gray is one of the closest colors to black, but it brings a different elegant vibe. Still, it is one of the less glittery colors, so if some don’t prefer black, then Grey will be a nice option.

Titanium Yellow

Titanium yellow is the latest color in the Galaxy ecosystem. It is an aggressive color that has a completely shining vibe. If you are the one who wants a smartphone with a unique color, then you should definitely go with this.

Titanium Blue

Titanium blue is the exclusive color from Samsung; it is a dim color. If you want a bright, dim color that has a unique color gradient, then you can put the blue color on your bucket list. This color may remedy the icy blue option that was available for the Galaxy Z Fold 5.

Titanium Orange

Titanium is another exclusive color from Samsung, which means you will get this variant directly from the Samsung Shop. This is also a calm core, which brings a cool and new vibe. It is a remix version of the Galaxy S23 FE’s tangerine color.

Titanium Violet

The violet color for the Galaxy S24 Ultra can be said to be the darker version of the Galaxy S23 Ultra. If you like dark shades, then the titanium color may be the best; it will suit the professional environment as well.

Titanium Green

Titanium Green is also an exclusive color; it’s like the same color that was introduced in the Galaxy S23 Ultra, named Lime, but this time the color is darker. It may be the perfect choice for those who want a light color with a unique gradient.

Samsung has already started pre-order registration for Galaxy S24 series devices. If you want to purchase the devices with some more benefits, then you can check the offers here.

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Attention Galaxy S21 Users! Green Line Display Issue Reported After Update



Green is the new red alert for Galaxy smartphone users! Many Galaxy smartphone users started claiming display issues after installing a software update.

This issue is not the latest, as it has been present in Samsung phones for a couple of years, and unfortunately, the brand has not done anything dedicatedly to solve it. This issue usually occurs after installing new software updates. 

Now again, a couple of Galaxy users have started complaining of display-related issues on their smartphones with OLED screens. After installing the software update, for instance, in the present condition after installing One UI 6.0 or the April 2024 security patch, a green or pink line started occurring on the phone’s display, as users reported. 

However, at the time, this issue appeared on some particular models, which are the Galaxy A73, Galaxy M21, Galaxy M52 5G, Galaxy S21 series, Galaxy S21 FE, Galaxy S22 series, and Galaxy Z Flip 3. 

Galaxy smartphones are not the only ones, but also Motorola, OnePlus, Vivo, and Xiaomi seem to have the same issue, as a post on X is unveiling. This issue is quite horrible since users install new software updates to refine and upgrade their older devices, but at last, they get a green line issue. This has mortified the users so much that people have started recording videos while installing new updates on their devices, as a tipster @sondesix revealed on X. 

Noticeably, this is not a minor issue, as an OLED display panel is not cheap at all, even though sometimes the OLED panel costs almost half the phone’s original price. The Galaxy users who are facing this issue have registered complaints, but Samsung does not seem to have issued a wider circular to after-sales service centers to replace display panels on affected phones for free. 

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Samsung Galaxy S24 FE Display Size Leak: Bigger Than Expected?



The Samsung Galaxy S24 FE is again in the reports regarding its bigger display as compared to its predecessor. 

Previous reports already cleared the existence of the next Fan Edition variant named Galaxy S24 FE and hinted that it might be launched at the Galaxy Unpacked event, along with the next-generation foldable Galaxy Z Fold 6 and Galaxy Z Flip 6 phones, which is supposed to be held in early July. 

Now that recent rumors are unveiling that the Samsung Galaxy S24 FE could feature a 6.7-inch display, which is a bit bigger than the previous fan edition models, let’s take a closer look at the display size of older Galaxy FE smartphones. 

  • Galaxy S23 FE, 6.4-inch 
  • Galaxy S21 FE, 6.4-inch 

Now, the Galaxy S24 FE is expected to have a 6.7-inch panel. Last time, the Korean giant offered this much bigger display to the Galaxy S10 Lite and Galaxy Note 10 Lite back in 2020. If this report comes true, then the Galaxy S24 FE will feature a bigger display than the original base variant of the Galaxy S24 series. 

The official key specification of the phone has not been unveiled yet, but it is expected that the Galaxy S24 FE could be powered by the Exynos 2400 or the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chipset. It could feature a 6.7-inch FDH+ AMOLED panel with a refresh rate of 120 Hz. A parallel increase in battery size will be necessary to power the larger screen. It would be interesting to see what new novelties the forthcoming Galaxy S24 FE will bring.

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Galaxy M55 (Snapdragon) European Price Revealed




Initially, Samsung debuted its latest mid-range device, the Galaxy M55, powered by a Snapdragon chipset, in Brazil and India, and now, bringing it to a few European countries, the prices have also been revealed. 

Samsung has introduced the recently launched mid-range Galaxy M55 device in two variants based on memory configuration: 

  • 8GB RAM + 128GB internal storage 
  • 8GB RAM + 256GB internal storage 

For European countries, Samsung set a price of €479.90 for the 128GB storage variant, but here’s the twist: if you buy it during the promotional period, the phone will be available for just €439.90. Whereas, the 256GB variant is available for €529.99. 

The Korean giant also launched one more Galaxy device in Europe named the Galaxy M15, as per the reports of a tipster, @rquandt on X; however, the pricing information has not been revealed yet. 

The Galaxy M55 features a 6.7-inch Super AMOLED+ screen along with a refresh rate of 120Hz, HDR10+, 1,000 nits peak brightness, and Full HD+ resolution. It is powered by a Snapdragon 7 Gen 1 processor and runs Android 15-based One UI 6.1. The camera configuration counts a 50MP OIS primary camera, an 8MP ultrawide camera, a 2MP macro camera, and on the flip side, a 50MP camera. The brand has powered it with a 5,000mAh battery, along with the support of 45W fast charging.

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