It is not surprising that many tech fans now want the greatest displays while searching for Samsung galaxy flagship smartphones. They could, however, be in for a letdown this year.
Samsung unveiled a magnificent 2000 nits AMOLED display this week at CES 2023. Unfortunately, this display won't be included in the Samsung Galaxy S23 range for this year.
Popular Samsung insider @IceUniverse has confirmed through Twitter that the Galaxy S23 Ultra will not receive the increase in peak brightness (or its smaller brothers, the Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23 Plus).
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As of right now, it's known that all three S23 smartphones will have a maximum brightness of 1750 nits. While the Galaxy S23's peak brightness level is higher than the Galaxy S22's (1300 nits), the larger versions will maintain the same peak levels as their forerunners.
With a peak brightness of 2000 nits and a Samsung screen, E6 panel, this year's iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max have a superior display in any smartphone. Additionally, other firms like Vivo and IQOO will also employ E6 panels with high peak brightness, though perhaps not 2000nits.