The brightness of our phone screens is important. We know that not everyone maxes out the brightness all the time, but this is important because under direct sunlight, a bright screen can cut through all that glare and let us see what’s on our phones. So a phone with the ability to get extra bright is a nice feature to have.
The good news is that apparently that will be one of the upgrades we can expect from the Samsung Galaxy S24. This is according to South Korean publication Chosun Media who claims that the Galaxy S24 phones will be using Samsung’s own 13th generation AMOLED panels called M13.
These panels are said to be thinner, offer better picture quality, and also be more power-efficient. It will be hard to tell how much brighter the phones can get compared to its predecessor, but for context, the Galaxy S23 series has a peak brightness of 1,750 nits, which is already pretty good, so we’ll probably have to do a side-by-side comparison to get a better idea.
In addition to the brighter display, the report claims that we could be seeing a bump in RAM in the Galaxy S24 Ultra model, where it will come with 16GB of RAM as one of the options, versus the 12GB of RAM which is the max on the current Galaxy S23 Ultra model.
- 6.1" Dynamic AMOLED 2X Infinity-O FHD+, 120Hz Adaptive Refresh Rate, 425ppi, 1750nit (Outdoor Peak), 1080x2340px, 3900mAh...
- 128GB, 8GB RAM, No SD Card Slot, Qualcomm SM8550-AC Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 (4nm), Octa-Core, Adreno 740
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