With the Galaxy S23 Ultra, Samsung will be launching a top smartphone again after many years, which is really worthy of the Ultra designation. It has now become known that the display should achieve an unprecedented level of brightness and thus also surpass the iPhone 14 Pro Max.


Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra with the brightest display

Samsung is improving its smartphone displays more and more every year. With the Galaxy S23 Ultra, however, values ​​should now be achieved that would mean a huge leap compared to the Galaxy S22 Ultra. Just like the performance of the processor, the new Samsung cell phone should easily be able to keep up with the iPhone 14 Pro Max and even surpass it. The maximal The brightness of the Galaxy S23 Ultra is said to be 2,200 nits (Source: SamMobile). That Galaxy S22 Ultra (Review) comes in at 1,750 nits and an iPhone 14 Pro Max reaches 2,000 nits.

The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra would thus have the brightest smartphone display on the market and could therefore be easily read in any lighting situation. However, it should remain the case that the panel achieves a variable refresh rate of up to 120 Hz. However, an improvement can still be expected. That’s how it’s supposed to be glass to be significantly more robustmaking it one of the most robust smartphones on the market.

The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra has already convinced:

Samsung Galaxy S23 and S23 Plus also with brighter displays?

Samsung usually improves the displays of all three models. It can therefore be assumed that the Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23 Plus will also have a brighter and more robust display. However, Samsung will probably ensure that the Galaxy S23 Ultra gets the brightest and best display so that more people buy this model. Only there will the new 200 MP camera and other unique selling points such as an S Pen be found. All models should, however benefit from the high performance of the processor. The presentation is expected in early 2023. Then at the latest we will find out whether the rumors are true.

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