February 9, 2023

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Samsung Galaxy S23 gets a brightness boost

Samsung Galaxy S23 gets a brightness boost

Unlike last year, there won’t be much difference between the vanilla specs and the Plus variants Galaxy S23. while the Specifications of all three phones in the Galaxy S23 The lineup was leaked last weekNew information has emerged showing that Samsung is working to reduce the gap between the Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23 +, and Galaxy S23 Ultra.

According to the adult Roland QuandtThe vanilla Galaxy S23 model will have an OLED screen with a brightness of 1750 nits. This is similar to Galaxy S23 + and the Galaxy S23 Ultra. While Samsung didn’t improve the peak screen brightness of the Galaxy S23+ and Galaxy S23 Ultra over its predecessors, it did raise the vanilla model up to the mark, which is more important. Therefore, even those who buy the basic Galaxy S23 series device will get superior screen brightness.

With this change, the only differences between the Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23+ are screen size, battery capacity, charging speeds, and UWB. Both phones have the same design, screen resolution, brightness, processor, RAM, wireless charging speeds, and cameras. Speaking of cameras, Samsung hasn’t upgraded the rear cameras on any of these devices, and the only upgrade will come through an improved chipset (and its new ISP) and better image processing. Both phones get New 12MP selfie cameraIt is said to be capable of capturing 4K HDR videos at 60fps.

The Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+, and Galaxy S23 Ultra phones use the extensions Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor for Galaxy, a higher version of the second generation Snapdragon 8 processor. It features an overclocked CPU and GPU for better performance. Samsung has also reportedly used a Better thermal management systemso we expect upcoming phones to perform better under constant loads such as gaming and constant camera use.