List of Samsung Phones with Big Screens (And Top 5)

A smartphone with a large display means better viewing or multimedia experience but can also mean fast battery draining. Galaxy Note 20 Ultra and S20 Ultra, each with a 6.9 inches screen size are currently the Samsung phones that have the largest screen real estate followed by the Note 10 Plus, S21 Ultra, S22 Ultra, and S23 Ultra which have a screen size of 6.8 inches.

Apart from the foldable phones, at the time of publishing this article, there are no Samsung phones with a 7 inches screen size. If that changes with the S23 Ultra in 2023, I will update this page to reflect that.

That being said, I don’t consider any smartphone with less than 6 inches screen size a big-screen phone and you won’t see any in this write-up.

All Samsung Phones with Big Screens (6.0 inches Above)

PhonesScreen Size (inches)Display Resolution (Pixels)
Samsung S23 Ultra6.81440 x 3088
Samsung S23 Plus6.61080 x 2340
Samsung S236.11080 x 2340
Samsung A14 5G6.61080 x 2408
Samsung A04, A04e, and A04s6.5720 x 1600
Samsung Z Fold 47.6 (unfolded), 6.2 (folded)1812 x 2176 (unfolded), 904 x 2316 (folded)
Samsung Z Flip 46.7 (opened)1080 x 2640 (opened)
Samsung A23 5G6.61080 x 2408
Samsung A136.61080 x 2408
Samsung A236.61080 x 2408
Samsung A33 5G6.41080 x 2400
Samsung A53 5G6.51080 x 2400
Samsung A73 5G6.71080 x 2400
Samsung S226.11080 x 2340
Samsung S22 Plus6.61080 x 2340
Samsung S22 Ultra6.81440 x 3088
Samsung Z Fold 3 5G7.6 (unfolded), 6.2 (folded)1768 x 2208 (unfolded), 832 x 2268 (folded)
Samsung Z Flip 3 5G6.7 (opened)1080 x 2640 (opened)
Samsung Note 96.41440 x 2960
Samsung Note 106.31080 x 2280
Samsung Note 10 Lite6.71080 x 2400
Samsung Note 10 Plus6.81440 x 3040
Samsung Note 206.71080 x 2400
Samsung Note 20 Ultra6.91440 x 3088
Samsung S9 Plus6.21440 x 2960
Samsung S10 5G6.71440 x 3040
Samsung S10 Lite6.71080 x 2400
Samsung S10 Plus6.41440 x 3040
Samsung S106.11440 x 3040
Samsung S206.21440 x 3200
Samsung S20 FE6.51080 x 2400
Samsung S20 Plus6.71440 x 3200
Samsung S20 Ultra6.91440 x 3200
Samsung S216.21080 x 2400
Samsung S21 Ultra6.81440 x 3200
Samsung S21 Plus6.71080 x 2400
Samsung A026.5720 x 1600
Samsung A02s6.5720 x 1600
Samsung A126.5720 x 1600
Samsung A21s6.5720 x 1600
Samsung A22 5G6.61080 x 2400
Samsung A226.4720 x 1600
Samsung A32 5G6.5720 x 1600
Samsung A326.41080 x 2400
Samsung A42 5G6.6720 x 1600
Samsung A516.51080 x 2400
Samsung A526.51080 x 2400
Samsung A52 5G6.51080 x 2400
Samsung A52s 5G6.51080 x 2400
Samsung A716.71080 x 2400
Samsung A726.71080 x 2400
Samsung Z Flip 5G6.7 (opened)1080 x 2636
Samsung Z Flip6.7 (opened)1080 x 2636
Samsung Z Fold 2 5G7.6 (unfolded), 6.23 (folded)1768 x 2208 (unfolded), 816 x 2260 (folded)
Samsung Fold 5G7.3 (unfolded)1536 x 2152 (unfolded)
Samsung Fold7.3 (unfolded)1536 x 2152 (unfolded)

Top 5 Samsung Phones with Big Screen

1.) Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra

Samsung S23 Ultra was the most pre-ordered S23 series phone in numerous markets across the world and there is a reason for that not just because of its unique design.

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra big display

But also because it is a big screen smartphone with an amazing display. S23 Ultra is equipped with a big 6.8 inches display real estate that is accompanied by a Dynamic AMOLED panel, 1750 nits of peak brightness, an adaptive 120Hz high refresh rate, and a Stylus Pen.

To enjoy the big display for a longer period of time, it is packed with a 5000 mAh battery that takes about an hour to fully charge from 0% using a 45 watts charger.

It is also powered by one of the most efficient processors in the market right now – the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 for Galaxy. It runs on Android 13 out of the box with a flavor of One UI 5.1 on top.

2.) Samsung Galaxy A73 5G

With a screen size of 6.7 inches, Samsung A73 5G is one of the many big screens smartphones from Samsung.

Its big Super AMOLED Plus display features a Full HD+ (2400 x 1080 pixels) screen resolution, 120Hz high refresh rate, and 800 nits peak brightness.

That’s not all, the display also has room for an in-display fingerprint sensor, which by the way is an Optical implementation.

Samsung A73 5G is powered by Snapdragon 778G 5G Chipset and currently runs on One UI 5 based on Android 13. This is an efficient processor and a feature-rich UI working together to give the user an awesome performance experience.

A big screen with a high refresh rate and FHD resolution will definitely deplete your battery faster but with an energy-efficient processor and a big 5000 mAh battery, there really isn’t much to worry about.

Even when your battery is getting low, the device supports 25 watts of fast charging which refills it in about 1 hour and 20 minutes.

3.) Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra

Samsung S22 Ultra is a 6.8-inches screen size smartphone featuring a Dynamic AMOLED 2X display panel.

With a Quad HD (3088 x 1440 pixels) screen resolution, 1750 nits brightness, and 120Hz high refresh rate, Samsung S22 Ultra is not just one of the biggest screen smartphones out there, it is also one with the best quality.

You can enjoy multimedia consumption such as Gaming and Movies, surfing the internet on the device is nothing short of a great experience, and don’t even talk about the different functions that come with the Stylus Pen.

I guess it is a good thing that the S22 Ultra is powered by Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 Chipset then, a powerful and efficient processor. Because, how then would it have been able to handle all these functionalities smoothly?

Samsung S22 Ultra currently runs on One UI 5.1 based on Android 13 and will be getting many more years of both OS and security updates.

It is packed with a 5000 mAh battery and supports up to 45 watts of fast wired charging, 15 watts of wireless charging, and 4.5 watts of reverse wireless charging. Like most Samsung phones announced in 2022, it does not come with a charger out of the box.

4.) Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra

Samsung Note 20 Ultra is basically a cheaper S22 Ultra that is also a lit bit less capable in terms of processing power, efficiency, and camera capabilities.

This is not to say Note 20 Ultra is a bad device, actually far from it. Samsung Note 20 Ultra is still one of the best flagships you can get right now. It is also 6.9 inches in screen size making it the smartphone with the biggest screen on this list.

The Note 20 Ultra’s Dynamic AMOLED 2X display features a 3088 x 1440 pixels screen resolution, 120Hz high refresh rate though only at FHD resolution, and of course boasts of Stylus Pen support.

It currently runs on One UI 5.1 based on Android 13 out of the box and it is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 865+ 5G processor with an Adreno 650 GPU.

It is packed with a 5000 mAh battery that supports up to 25 watts of fast wired charging and 15 watts of wireless charging. You can also use the device to charge other devices thanks to its support for reverse wireless charging.

5.) Samsung Galaxy A23 5G

Even though this is an entry-level device, Samsung A23 5G didn’t just come with a big 6.6-inches PLS LCD display, it also features a 2408 x 1080 pixels screen resolution, and a 120Hz high refresh rate.

I think there are a few manufacturers that offer this on their budget devices. Though, it would have been great if all this are on an Infinity-O display and not Infinity-V.

Samsung A23 5G runs on Android 12 out of the box but will soon be receiving an Android 13 update with a flavor of One UI 5. It is powered by Snapdragon 695 5G processor with Adreno 619 GPU.

This device is packed with a 5000 mAh battery capacity with 25 watts of fast charging support.

How to Select a Good Samsung Phone with a Big Screen

A Large display has its advantages as well as disadvantages. Some of these disadvantages can easily be avoided and there is just no way out of some of them.

The bigger the screen, the bigger the viewport. When surfing the web on a smartphone with a big display, you have access to more information right away and that also translates to less scrolling and more engagement.

And when I said browsing the web, I didn’t mean just blogs or websites, that also includes social media apps. It is also much easier to navigate through a website or app on a bigger screen.

Reading is also better because you can see the text more clearly. You will see more details on a picture you view or a video you watch on a bigger display. You will enjoy gaming more in this category of smartphones. Basically, interacting is much easier and better on a large display.

As I said earlier, there are also some disadvantages of big displays but the top ones include quick battery drain, poor display quality, and weight.

Apart from the weight, most of the disadvantages can easily be avoided. If you are buying a smartphone, make sure it is one with a big battery capacity (at least 4500 mAh but 5000 mAh is preferred) and a processor with good power management.

There is pretty much no use for a large display if the quality is poor, especially for a multimedia experience such as streaming movies or videos on apps like Netflix and YouTube. The gaming experience will also be bad.

But you can easily avoid that. All you have to do is make sure the screen resolution is at least Full HD+, the pixel density is high and the brightness nits is also high. Here are Samsung phones with high pixel density for you to check out.

While the table above includes all Samsung phones with large displays, below are the top ones.