Samsung’s reputation haunts it when it comes to the quality of its displays. As we already told you in other articles, the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra is only surpassed in this field by the iPhone 14 Pro and the Honor Magic5 Pro, according to DxOMark. But what about the base model Galaxy S23?
This one has also passed through the hands of the display specialists at DxOMark, and it may surprise the most apprehensive. Despite being smaller, it received the same 148 points as the Galaxy S23 Ultra.
Thus, it was in fourth place in the ranking, only surpassed by the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max (149 points) and by the Honor Magic5 Pro (151 points). On video it even achieved the best score among the devices already tested.
Strengths of the Samsung Galaxy S23 screen
- Good readability in most lighting conditions
- Very good overall video experience.
- excellent uniformity
Samsung Galaxy S23 display weaknesses
- Low flicker rate and very high brightness for night reading
- In bright sunlight, colorful content lacks nuance.
- Cutout is visible when gaming
The Samsung Galaxy S23 has one of the best screens on the market, according to DxOMark. And no matter which model you choose in the S23 series, it seems like the experience will always be great. It shows that you don’t need a bigger screen for a superior experience.
Remember that the Galaxy S23 has a 6.1-inch AMOLED screen, with a resolution of 1080 by 2340 pixels and a refresh rate of 120 Hz. For our opinion on the screens and all other components of the Galaxy S23, see the reviews below.
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