What is the Display Quality of the Samsung Galaxy S23, S23 Ultra, and S23 Plus?
Samsung S23 Ultra is equipped with a big 6.8 inches screen size, Dynamic AMOLED 2X display panel, 120Hz adaptive high refresh rate that can vary between 1Hz and 120Hz, 500 PPI pixel density, and 1750 nits brightness.
The Galaxy S23 is equipped with a 6.6 inches display size, Dynamic AMOLED 2X panel, 120Hz adaptive high refresh rate that can vary between 48Hz and 120Hz, 393 PPI pixel density, and 1750 nits brightness.
Samsung S23 is equipped with a 6.1 inches screen size, Dynamic AMOLED 2X panel, 120Hz adaptive high refresh rate that can go up and down between 48Hz and 120Hz depending on what you are using the screen for at that time, 425 PPI pixel density, and 1750 nits brightness.
Samsung S23 and S23 Plus sport 2340 x 1080 pixels screen resolution while the S23 Ultra sports a 3088 x 1440 pixels screen resolution.
Other than the S23 which now comes with 1750 nits brightness as against the S22’s 1300 nits brightness, the display quality of Samsung’s 2023 S series flagships is very similar to that of their predecessors.
One of the few differences is in the protection. Because the S23 series phones are protected by Corning Gorilla Glass Victus 2 while the S22 series smartphones are protected by Corning Gorilla Glass Victus+.
Like their predecessor, Samsung S23 series phones are equipped with an in-display ultrasonic fingerprint sensor.
Samsung S23 Ultra comes with a built-in Stylus Pen. This is an exclusive feature for the Ultra. The S23 and S23 Plus neither support nor come with an S Pen.
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