Samsung Galaxy S24 display rumoured to feature brightness increase

Next year’s Galaxy S24 may see a significant increase in its maximum brightness, according to a new report

While Samsung’s Galaxy S24 won’t release until the new year, reports are already starting to pour in, pointing to a substantial increase in the high-end smartphone’s maximum display brightness.

Credible leaker Ice Universe claims that the Galaxy S24 series might offer a display sporting 2,500 nits of brightness. The base model of the Galaxy S24 will supposedly feature an FHD+ display. Though, the Galaxy S24+ and Galaxy S24 Ultra appear to both support a WQHD+ screen. 

In comparison, this year’s Galaxy S23 series all offer the same 1,750 nits. This was the same peak brightness the Galaxy S22+ and S22 Ultra provided, while the base only offered 1,300 nits. This year, Samsung worked toward reaching a level of parity across all three devices. This trend appears to be moving forward.

Ice Universe’s latest leak also notes that two of the three models may include improved battery capacities. For instance, the Samsung Galaxy S24 seems to feature 4,000mAh, a small bump from the Galaxy 23’s 3,900mAh. The Galaxy S24+ also appears to feature an increase to 4,900mAh, up from the 4,700mAh of its predecessor.

When it comes to charging speeds, Ice Universe suggests the base model includes the same 25W fast charging. Additionally, the Galaxy S24+ and Galaxy S24 Ultra may continue supporting 45W fast charging. 

Earlier reports noted that the Galaxy S24 could support ultra wideband support (UWB) and be powered by the unannounced Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chip from Qualcomm. This same report notes that the Galaxy S24 Ultra’s display may only provide 2,200 nits of brightness.

While many of these upgrades seem tepid, the maximum brightness would be a fairly substantial update. If Ice Universe is correct, the displays of the Galaxy S24 will shine. That said, we won’t know for certain until Samsung hosts its Unpacked event sometime in early 2024.

Source: Ice Universe Via: Android Police