The forthcoming Samsung Galaxy S23 series have been in leaks for a long time. It was recently known that the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra would use Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset with a higher-clocked GPU. It will feature some improvements over the existing Galaxy S22 Ultra for sure. A Twitter user has shared some details about the display of the Galaxy S23 Ultra. He says that the brightness would range between s minimum of 2100 nits and a maximum of 2200 nits.
He also adds that it will have a touch sampling rate of 960Hz. The panel would be 45% more efficient than the one on Galaxy S22 Ultra. It will have a Pulse Width Modulation frequency of 2,000 Hz. Earlier, he had said that the Galaxy S23 Ultra display would be one of the most robust glasses for display. Going by the rumours, it will outperform iPhone 14 Pro Max. The tweet author claims that the data is taken from a private lab.
However, Dylan Raga, a display reviewer for XDA Developers, tends to disagree with the opinion. He says that the OLEDs used in both Samsung and Apple are the same & what differs is the peak brightness test. He adds that Samsung’s peak brightness test is measured at 1% Average Picture Level (APL). On the other hand, Apple’s is measured at around 25%. The iPhone 14 Pro Max reaches 2300 nits at 1% APL.
In related news, Samsung will use 200MP primary sensor for the upcoming Galaxy S23 Ultra. The specifications of vanilla Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23 + were leaked earlier. We will keep informing you about the latest developments of the Galaxy S23 series until its launch. So, stay subscribed to our social media channels for more information.