The cutting-edge display technology that Samsung manufactures is one of the reasons the company has earned such a solid reputation. The South Korean technology company has, over the course of its history, produced some of the highest-quality panels in the business, including those used in a great number of products that are not manufactured by the company.
This week at CES 2023, Samsung showcased its incredible AMOLED display with 2000 nits of brightness. The most unfortunate aspect, however, is that the display will not be included in Samsung’s Galaxy S23 product lineup this year.
IceUniverse, a well-known Samsung insider, has verified that the Galaxy S23 Ultra will not receive the peak brightness boost that was presented at CES. And if the high-end phone doesn’t receive it, there is absolutely no possibility that the other phones in the line will.
According to the information that is currently available, the maximum brightness level of each of the three different devices that make up the Galaxy S23 series is the same. They are limited to a maximum of 1750 nits. Even while the S23 standard has received an improvement in its peak brightness, its older and larger brother, the S23 Ultra, continues to lag behind.
Because of this move, the difference between the Galaxy S23 Ultra and its less costly competitors will get narrower. Additionally, this places Apple in front of Samsung in the display market for the very first time.
To provide you with some context, the most advanced display technology in Apple’s iPhone series currently achieves a maximum brightness of 2,000 nits. This achievement was recently announced. As a result, Samsung can fall further behind Apple in the ultra-premium and premium market sectors as a result of this.