Samsung Galaxy S23 gets a brightness boost

Samsung Galaxy S23 gets a brightness boost

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Unlike last year, there won’t be much difference between the specifications of the Vanilla and Plus variants of the Galaxy S23. While specifications of all three phones in the Galaxy S23 composition were expired last weeknew information has surfaced that shows Samsung narrowing the gap between the Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+ and Galaxy S23 Ultra.

According to tipster Roland Quandt, the vanilla Galaxy S23 model will have an OLED screen with 1750 nits of peak brightness. This is similar to Galaxy S23+ and on Galaxy S23 Ultra. While Samsung hasn’t improved the peak brightness of the Galaxy S23+ and Galaxy S23 Ultra’s display compared to their predecessors, it has taken the vanilla model to a level that matters more. So even those who buy the base device in the Galaxy S23 series will experience ultra-high screen brightness.

With this change, the only differences between the Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23+ are display size, battery capacity, charging speeds, and UWB. Both phones have the same design, screen resolution and brightness, processor, RAM, wireless charging speeds and cameras. Speaking of cameras, Samsung hasn’t updated the rear cameras on either of these devices, and the only upgrade will come via an improved chipset (and its new ISP) and better image processing. Both phones receive a new 12MP selfie camerawhich is claimed to be able to shoot 4K 60fps HDR videos.

The Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+ and Galaxy S23 Ultra use Processor Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 For Galaxy, a higher clocked version of the vanilla Snapdragon 8 Gen 2. It features an overclocked CPU and GPU for better performance. Samsung is also reported to have used a better heat management systemso we expect the upcoming phones to perform better under sustained loads like gaming and continuous camera use.

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