The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra would have a screen brightness that will surpass the iPhone 14 Pro Max

There are only a few months left for the official presentation of the Samsung Galaxy S23, so it has been revealing more information about its characteristics. Precisely, a recent leak has just revealed that the Galaxy S23 Ultra will have a screen brightness never seen before that will surpass Apple’s most powerful model, the iPhone 14 Pro Max.

Through Twitter, the leaker RGCloudS points out that the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra will have an AMOLED panel and could range between 2,200 and 2,100 nits, and its touch sampling rate could be set at 960 Hz, which would place it above the recently presented Vivo. X90 Pro+ and iPhone 14 Pro Max.

Although the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra already offers a maximum brightness of 1,750 nits, the South Korean firm seeks brightness at 400 extra nits, which means almost 25% of the current model and 200 nits more than the iPhone 14 Pro Max. Additionally, the Galaxy S23 Ultra’s display is reportedly 45% more energy efficient than its predecessor.

Although the Motorbike X30 Pro Motorola is the first mobile on the market with a 200-megapixel camera, according to Ice Universe, the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra will bring a sensor of the same resolution but with different and more advanced technology.

Likewise, the same analyst reports that the premium device of the South Korean brand will have a 5,000 mAh battery, an unusual feature in the flagships of samsung.