In accordance with some fresh pieces of information, the South Korean tech company will reportedly update the display of its whole Galaxy S24 series. Previously, it was reported that the company would upgrade the display specs of the Ultra model. Well, this isn’t the case now since recent information suggests that the company is planning to improve the display of all members of the Galaxy S24 series.
Reportedly, all the members of the series will have brighter displays. However, the Galaxy S24+ might feature a higher resolution panel than the one offered by its recent predecessors. You may have heard the latest rumor that the Galaxy S24 Ultra has a very bright AMOLED display that can reach brightness levels of over 2,500 nits. The company might introduce the same brightness levels as the Ultra model to all members of the Galaxy S24 series. As per the information shared by the tipster IceUniverse, all members of the Galaxy S24 series will be capable of featuring peak brightness levels of 2,500 nits.
The Galaxy S24+ may feature a higher-resolution display
Besides the information about the brighter displays, the company might debut the Plus model with a higher resolution panel. The Galaxy S24+ might feature a 3120 x 1440 resolution instead of 2340 x 1080 pixels. Since the Galaxy S20+, the company has not used a WQHD+ resolution for the Plus models of the Galaxy S series.
The majority of customers didn’t mind the decreased resolution of later models because the pixel density was still high enough to produce clear images, and the phones’ longer battery life was a benefit of the lower pixel count. If the rumors are true, the Galaxy S24+ will have a higher-resolution display with substantially higher peak brightness features.
Well, the above-mentioned upgrades will definitely improve the spec sheets of the upcoming Galaxy S24 series. However, it raises a concern about the battery life that is prone to being affected. It is therefore uncertain whether these adjustments will actually result in an improved user experience.
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