Samsung Galaxy S23 Lineup Will Not Have the Most Advanced Displays!

This could spell trouble for the company in the long run

Galaxy S23 Ultra

Samsung is particularly well-known for being a little ahead in display technology than everyone else. So, it would be normal for us to think that the latest and greatest display tech will end up in the Galaxy S23 series. Well, the latest news says otherwise.

One of the things that makes Samsung flagships stand out is the display. The peak brightness, combined with accurate color production, makes the display of the latest S series get well ahead of the competition. Well, the same thing will not be applicable to the upcoming series.

So, it goes without saying that many tech enthusiasts will be disappointed to find that the S23 series will lag behind in the display department.

Latest Information About the Galaxy S23 Lineup

This week, at CES 2023, Samsung showcased its stunning 2000 nits AMOLED display. But the sad part is that the display is not making its way to the Samsung Galaxy S23 lineup this year.

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Prominent Samsung tipster IceUniverse has confirmed that the peak brightness bump is not coming to the Galaxy S23 Ultra. And if the high-end phone does not get it, there is no chance that its smaller brothers will get it.

According to the current information, all three devices of the Galaxy S23 series share the same peak brightness level. They are capped at 1750 nits. Although the peak brightness is an upgrade for the standard S23, the bigger brother, the S23 Ultra, is lagging behind.

Galaxy S23 Ultra
This decision will narrow the gap between the Galaxy S23 Ultra and its less-premium counterparts. And it also makes Apple get ahead of Samsung in the display department for the very first time.

To give you a little context, iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max had a big leap this year. The superior display tech in the iPhone lineup is currently standing at a peak brightness level of 2000 nits. And this could make Samsung lose ground to Apple in the ultra-premium and premium market segments.

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