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It is less than two weeks until the Samsung Galaxy Unpacked event. Set to take place in San Francisco on February 1st, we expect Samsung to unveil its highly anticipated Samsung Galaxy S23. Many Samsung fans are trying to predict what the new features will look like on the upcoming flagship. So, is the new Galaxy S23 AMOLED?
Samsung’s current flagship model, the Galaxy S22 does have an AMOLED display. A Dynamic AMOLED 2X to be exact. The smartphone features beautiful realistic colors, excellent image quality, and a bright display.
We expect Samsung to do no different on the upcoming S23, so we can safely say the Galaxy S23 will probably have AMOLED.
What is Samsung AMOLED?
Samsung’s AMOLED is a revolutionary display technology. AMOLED is actually a type of OLED screen that provides more advanced features. Such as a thinner more flexible design, and faster refresh rates than a traditional OLED display.
An AMOLED screen has other benefits, including higher color contrast, intensive color gamut, and reduction in blue light. Samsung has actually transitioned out of using traditional AMOLED screens in their smartphones. Replacing them with their very own Super AMOLED display.
Super AMOLED is much more sophisticated. It sets itself apart by integrating the touch screen directly into the display, a feature not on the first-generation AMOLED.
It also has a more enhanced image quality, providing a more vivid, responsive display that can adjust to different environments. This type of screen is currently the best on the market and is already on the Galaxy S22.
Galaxy S23 display (predicted)
Each year Samsung brings us the best new displays the industry can offer. With the approaching launch of the Galaxy S23 series, the tech giant will most likely do even better.
Rumors are circulating suggesting that the S23 will have a very similar screen to the S22. We expect it to be a 6.1-inch Super AMOLED display, FHD+ resolution with Gorilla Glass Victus+ – resulting in small improvements in brightness and contrast.
The S23+ display will most likely have the same specifications as the S23 but be spread across a 6.6-inch screen. Finally, the S23 Ultra rumors suggest the premium model will have a 6.8-inch QHD AMOLED display, FHD+ resolution, and Gorilla Glass Victus+.
So that’s all we know about the Galaxy S23’s display so far. It will almost certainly have a Super AMOLED screen but until Samsung makes an official announcement, we can only speculate.
Samsung already has the Galaxy S23 pre-order list up on their website. To find out how to join and bag yourself a $50 saving, read here.
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