Samsung Galaxy S24 colors: All the color options and where to get them

Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra colors and display
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It's always exciting picking a color for your new phone, and that's definitely the case when choosing between Samsung Galaxy S24 colors and Galaxy S24 Ultra colors.

Samsung's offering users a quartet of choices by default, with the four options well-balanced between classy and bold. There are another three special colors you can pick from as well, but you need to buy those from Samsung specifically.

Below we'll show you a quick guide to all the available colors for the Galaxy S24 series, as well as take you through how those colors look in real life.

Samsung Galaxy S24 and S24 Plus colors

From most places, you can buy the Galaxy S24 and Galaxy S24 Plus in one of four colors. These are Onyx Black, Cobalt Violet, Marble Gray and Amber Yellow.

Onyx Black and Marble Gray are the two "sensible" choices. Onyx Black is your classic all-black design, while Marble Gray's a quite pale gray, looking a little like a matte silver from the right angle.

Samsung galaxy s24 hands-ons

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Now let's switch to the fun side of things. Cobalt Violet is a rich dark purple, which has a candy bar-like look to it. Amber Yellow is paler than you might think from the name, looking like a sandy gold in most light. 

If you're willing to buy your phone from Samsung itself, you get another three options: Jade Green, Sandstone Orange and Sapphire Blue, We've yet to see these in person, but it looks like these don't have color-matched sides, which does give the phones a different vibe to the basic colors.

Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra colors

Samsung is using essentially the same colors for the Galaxy S24 Ultra as for the other models, but with one obvious difference. See if you can notice it.

Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra hands-on

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To begin with, your basic colors for this phone are: Titanium Black, Titanium Violet, Titanium Gray and Titanium Yellow. The special Samsung shades meanwhile are Titanium Orange, Titanium Green and Titanium Blue.

These colors seem a little deeper than their Galaxy S24 equivalents, plus the different finish on the S24 Ultra's flatter, titanium side frames gives these phones an obviously different profile.

Really, you can’t go wrong with any of these color picks. But just make sure you decide soon if you want to make a Galaxy S24 pre-order - the whole series goes on open sale on January 31.

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Richard Priday
Assistant Phones Editor

Richard is based in London, covering news, reviews and how-tos for phones, tablets, gaming, and whatever else people need advice on. Following on from his MA in Magazine Journalism at the University of Sheffield, he's also written for WIRED U.K., The Register and Creative Bloq. When not at work, he's likely thinking about how to brew the perfect cup of specialty coffee.

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    Few if any makes a decision to buy an expensive phone based solely on colors. As most phone have cover, the color is not of an issue.