The iPhone 14 Pro’s display outperforms that of the Galaxy S23 Ultra

Galaxy S23 Ultra vs iPhone 14 Pro Max
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After its launch, the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra has become one of the most popular smartphones at the moment. Numerous tests have been conducted to determine the phone’s capabilities and features. Recently, the DxOMark staff conducted a series of tests on the phone’s display, aiming to investigate its main characteristics.

According to the results of the tests, the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra managed to score an impressive 148 points. This score places the phone in third place in the special ranking dedicated to displays. Behind the Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max and Apple iPhone 14 Pro. Which both received 149 points, and ahead of the Google Pixel 7 Pro, which received 146 points.

The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra display is inferior to that of the iPhone 14 Pro

The testers were impressed with several aspects of the display. They noted that the phone offered good readability in all light conditions, providing a good experience in video playback and color fidelity. These features make it an excellent device for media consumption and streaming.

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Despite these impressive results, the testers did raise some concerns about the display. One of the notes raised was regarding the brightness of the display being too high for night reading. While this can be an advantage in some situations, it can be a drawback for those who use their phones at night and prefer a more subdued brightness level.

Another concern raised by the testers was regarding the reproduction of colors in direct sunlight. While the display performed well in all light conditions, there were some issues with color accuracy when using the phone in bright sunlight. This may be a concern for users who spend a lot of time outdoors or use their phones in bright conditions.

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Finally, the testers also noted some issues with the details and brightness in indoor lighting conditions. While the display was good well overall, there were some areas where improvements could take place to enhance the user experience.

Overall, the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra’s display performed well in the tests conducted by the DxOMark staff. While there were some concerns raised regarding the brightness, color accuracy, and details in certain conditions, these were minor issues in an otherwise impressive performance.


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