Samsung over time have been a benchmark for the displays of its flagship smartphones, and persistently have set records with colour accuracy and display brightness following every launch. This year, the Korean company Samsung came out with the Galaxy S22+ and the Galaxy S22 Ultra, both of which had up to 1,750 nits of peak brightness and were protected by Gorilla Glass Victus+. More is on the way.
With the much-awaited launch of the Galaxy S23 series next year, Samsung could bless us with even better display modules with Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra rumoured to have up to 2,200 nits peak screen brightness. The reports further state that S23 Ultra will feature E6 Super AMOLED LTPO 3.0 display. Now if compared, the rumoured 2200 nits of screen brightness is about 200 nits higher than the iPhone 14 Pro Max – if the rumours live up to it, the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra could marvel up under direct sunlight.
Not only that, but Samsung is also said to have improved the PWM dimming to around 2,000Hz, which is slightly less than the BOE Q9 screen, which has a PWM dimming of 2,160Hz.
Samsung Galaxy S23 series shall also feature an avant-garde rear-facing camera which complements enhancing image quality, especially when under low light.
There could also be an upgraded version of Gorilla glass which will bring it closer to Apple’s Sapphire glass, having said that – the devices are rumoured to have the strongest glass protection in the android phones scheduled to be released in Q1 of 2023.
There aren’t any major updates expected into the upcoming flagship launch as compared to the Galaxy S22 Ultra except for the 200MP camera, the little improvements expected could succour in improving the user experience during the process.