The maximum brightness of the Galaxy S23 Ultra display may reach 2200 nits

The maximum brightness of the Galaxy S23 Ultra display may reach 2200 nits, which is more than the maximum brightness of the iPhone 14 Pro display.

BingMag.com The maximum brightness of the Galaxy S23 Ultra display may reach 2200 nits

The maximum brightness of the Galaxy S23 Ultra display may reach 2200 nits, which is more than the maximum brightness of the iPhone 14 Pro display.

Samsung currently operates as the main supplier of displays for Apple phones and has also produced the panels of the iPhone 14 Pro series. Thanks to Samsung's advanced technologies, the maximum brightness of iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max has reached an unprecedented 2000 nits, which is 300 nits more than the figure announced by Samsung itself for the company's flagship, the Galaxy S22 Ultra.

It is expected that Samsung will use the same panel for the Galaxy S23 Ultra, but with more advanced technologies, and as a result, the maximum brightness on the display of this phone was expected to be higher than what we see on iPhones. Now in the new news, the Galaxy S23 Ultra display will probably have 2200 nits in the highest brightness mode.

BingMag.com The maximum brightness of the Galaxy S23 Ultra display may reach 2200 nits

So far, a lot of news has been published regarding the design of the Galaxy S23 Ultra, including the same bezels around the screen, the same camera module as the Galaxy S22 Ultra, and its flat design. But the information about the technical specifications of the display had not been revealed until now, and now one of the whistleblowers in the field of technology, who operates under the username RGClouds on Twitter, has published details in this field. According to this whistleblower, the maximum brightness of the AMOLED panel used in this phone will be between 2,100 and 2,200 nits, and the touch sampling rate will reach 960 Hz.

In the news about the Galaxy S23 Ultra display. It is also said that we will see 45% less energy consumption compared to the previous generation. With these interpretations, the expected representative of Samsung should destroy the iPhone 14 Pro Max, at least in terms of maximum brightness. Of course, this only seems to be true in theory, as in practice, both phones use the same OLED panel. The only difference is that Samsung and Apple use different methods to measure maximum display brightness. If Apple had decided to measure the maximum brightness of the iPhone 14 Pro Max using Samsung's method, we should have seen the figure of 2300 nits in front of the maximum brightness of the aforementioned iPhone display. So it seems that Samsung still has a hard way to beat its main competitor.

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