The year 2022 is coming to an end. Supermarkets are stocking their shelves with nougats, shortbread and shortbread in all possible flavors while manufacturers are finalizing launches for the rest of the season and the start of the next. One of the stars, precisely, of this next year, of 2023, will be the Samsung Galaxy S23. With the rest of his family.
True to tradition, the Samsung Galaxy S23 family members keep leaking and the pace keeps increasing. The last thing we have in hand, always to be taken with caution because it does not come from official sources, is that the screen of the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra will have really high maximum brightness
The highest brightness on a mobile screen
As already mentioned, all information from unofficial sources should always be taken with caution, as it may not be completely accurate. In this case, even the filter itself that puts on the table the maximum brightness of the screen of the future Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra tells us that there may be adjustments between now and launch that these data vary.
And what the data tells us is that the future Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra will have peak brightness of approximately 2,150 nits (between 2,100 and 2,200, according to the leaker). To give us some context, the current Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra, whose screen was already exceptionally bright, could offer a maximum brightness of 1,750 nits. We would therefore be talking about 400 additional nits, or almost 25% growth compared to the previous generation and 200 nits more than the iPhone 14 Pro Max.
Maximum brightness S23u,
up to 2150 nits
“Numbers may vary at launch due to additional adjustments
Pwz dimming still loses against Q9 (slightly)
— RGcloudS (@RGcloudS) November 23, 2022
When we talk about maximum brightness in these cases, we are not referring to sustained brightness. We won’t be able to set the S23 Ultra’s screen to burn at 2,150 nits all the time, but instead This will be a maximum point for specific times
In addition to this, there is also talk that Samsung has improved its screen brightness for the Galaxy S23 Ultra and it will be able to offer a DC dimming almost 2000 Hz, which isn’t bad either. The rest of the screen features should be complemented by 2K resolution, 120Hz refresh rate and protection with Gorilla Glass Victus. We will remain vigilant.