The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra is expected to be unveiled in February next year. The South Korean tech giant has yet to share information about the Galaxy S23 Ultra, but there have been several leaks about the phone’s specs. A new leak now suggests the display specs of the upcoming flagship smartphone. The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra’s AMOLED display is said to deliver peak brightness ranging from 2100 to 2200 nits. It can also offer a touch sampling rate of 960Hz. It looks like the Galaxy S23 Ultra could beat the latest iPhone 14 Pro in terms of screen brightness. It can also have a pulse width modulation (PWM) frequency below 2000 Hz.
Twitter user RGcloudS (@RGcloudS) proposed Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra display specifications. According to him, the upcoming phone will feature a bright E6 AMOLED LTPO (Low Temperature Polycrystalline Oxide) 3.0 display with a maximum brightness of 2200 nits. If this rumor matters, the Galaxy S23 Ultra’s screen brightness could surpass the iPhone 14 Pro’s 2,200 nits. The predecessor of the Galaxy S22 Ultra has a maximum (reviewed) brightness of 1750 nits.
The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra touch sampling rate can be set to 960Hz. Its PWM (pulse width modulation) frequency is said to be below 2000 Hz. In addition, the upcoming argued to provide the strongest glass protection of any Android phone, which will go official in the first quarter of next year. It may have a new glass cover for the cameras.
The Galaxy S23 Ultra has been the subject of a lot of leaks lately. It is said to feature four cameras on the back with the same camera configuration as this year’s Galaxy S22 Ultra. The camera setup could include a 200MP primary sensor, a 12MP ultra-wide sensor, a 10MP telephoto lens with support for 10x optical zoom, and another 10MP telephoto lens with 3x optical zoom. The Galaxy S23 Ultra is also reported to feature a new 12-megapixel selfie sensor.
Recent Geekbench listings have allegedly confirmed the presence of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset in the upcoming Galaxy S23, Galaxy 23, and Galaxy 23 Ultra models.