When it comes to smartphones with the best displays in the industry, Samsung is the first name popping up in our minds. Each year the company reassembles its own set record by enhancing the display brightness as well as color accuracy. As of this year, 2022, Samsung introduced the Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22 Ultra. These smartphones were introduced with around 1,750 nits peak brightness along with Gorilla Glass Victus+ protection.
For the year 2023, Samsung is going to introduce another member of the Galaxy series i.e., Galaxy S23. With this flagship smartphone, we are expecting something extraordinary concerning screen brightness and protection.
As per some rumored news, it is expected that Galaxy S23 Ultra will set new records for display brightness. The forthcoming leading smartphone could feature an E6 Super AMOLED LTPO 3.0 display having a peak brightness of around 2,200 nits. This will be around 200 nits brighter compared to the recent record-setter smartphone i.e., Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max. if we go by these rumors, then the new smartphone by Samsung could be a wonder to look at even under direct sunlight.
Furthermore, the South Korean firm has also worked out on the improvement of PWM dimming. It has been adjusted to around 2,000 Hz. This value is a little less compared to the BOE Q9 screen. Where the BOE Q9 screen has a PWM dimming of around 2,160 Hz. Thus, capable of reducing eye strain by a fair degree.
Although some other rumors point out that Samsung is going to stick to a 120 Hz refresh rate for its future Galaxy S series phones. However, the company could introduce strong display protection. The new smartphones of the series are rumored to be protected with the strongest glass protection amongst all Android phones set to launch in Q1 2023. We can expect a newer version of Gorilla Glass to have protection performance in close vicinity to Apple’s Sapphire Glass.
In addition to these, the Galaxy S23 series could also display a new glass covering for the back camera. thus, improving the image quality, particularly in low-light conditions. Where no major changes except for the 200MP camera are going to be introduced, given the Galaxy S22 Ultra. Where all such improvements could provide for an enhanced experience.
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