Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra’s Screen May Reach 2800 Nits Brightness

The Galaxy S24 series has been the subject of much speculation, and if the rumours are to be believed, the Galaxy S24 Ultra will be the model to receive the greatest upgrades. We’ve heard that the new flagship will feature a titanium body, and just yesterday we heard that it will also sport a different aspect ratio and larger dimensions. The latest rumour we’ve heard concerns the display of Samsung’s newest and strongest smartphone, and it’s even more absurd than the past two.

Screen brightness of the Galaxy S24 Ultra can reportedly exceed 2,800 nits, according to a conversation between Ice Universe and Hyacokr Itnyang, who claims to be in possession of a test device. It’s hard to believe, but there are possibilities, given that nothing on the market (at least at the time of writing) can display as bright as Samsung’s upcoming flagship.

Possibility of a Brighter Display

The fact that Samsung is involved makes this a distinct possibility. The Galaxy S23 Ultra tops out at 1,750 nits, while Apple says its iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max can hit 2,000 nits in direct sunlight. The rumoured brightness of the Galaxy S24 Ultra’s screen is 2,800, but it’s seriously doubted that most people would ever require that much light from their phones. Now, this does make you wonder how it will affect the battery, but you don’t need to worry: Samsung Displays are well-known for making sure their panels are extremely efficient while still being top-tier in performance.

As the actual release of the Galaxy S24 Ultra is still a ways off, it’s best to take these rumours with a grain of salt, especially because we’re looking at test units and Samsung could still decide to go with a less bright display. If that does occur, though, it will not be a major problem. Since nits do not scale by 100%, increasing the brightness above 2,000 nits is unlikely to be noticeable. However, the difference between 1,750 and 2,000 nits is noticeable to the human eye.


Farhan Ali

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