IpsDisplay, 40 minutes agoExcept that Samsung has been known to turn down the brightness of its smart TVs when the product is released…moreFor security reasons, it is only available with auto-brightness
Does it have 20M contrast like Sharp Oled or just 5M like the E panels?
- anonymous user
What’s the point of pointlessly increasing the brightness? To drain the battery even faster?
Like we don’t have screens bright enough?? Android phones force phone screens to dim brightness anyway
Technology is ridiculously not evolving. For me, that’s why manufacturers have really exhausted ideas of what else they would add or innovate.
RealLifePhones, 2 hours agoIt seems like it’s just their M12 OLED material already used by Fold4 and iPhone… moreThat’s not how Samsung works… They may NOT have Samsung displays
Typically, Samsung Display gives outsiders the brighter panels
The different departments are not good old friends
Except that Samsung has been known to lower the brightness of smart TVs when the product is released to the public via software update
As for the smartphone… what % is the 2000 nits at full screen?
I thought they will do 2150 nit ads but 2000 is also the number that only comes in two phones yes iPhone only. The UDR ohh is a rare name by the way.
People REALLY hate progression, don’t they?
Or do they find some reason to groan?
What a depressing life that must be
Android 1, 2 hours agoWhy do you want such bright screens? I always use my phone at night and still put it in the base cabinet… moreSome of us like to get outside…you know…in the sun.
Android 1, 2 hours agoWhy do you want such bright screens? I always use my phone at night and still put it in the base cabinet… moreGet out there, not everyone lives in the shadows
If Apple released a phone with 2000 nits, Samsung wouldn’t be Samsung if they didn’t copy the cat
It seems like it’s just their M12 OLED material already used by Fold4 and iPhone 14 Pro (Max). S23 Ultra should definitely use this, but don’t know if S23 or S23+ does. S22 used M10 while S22+ and S22U used M11
meh! A real innovation at the moment is the one under ZTE’s display camera, although it still needs improvement, but eventually it will happen.
- Android 1
Why do you want such bright screens? I always use my phone at night and still set it to the lowest brightness level.
With Samsung A71.
Yes, our customers require 2000 nits of brightness. What if they fly close to the sun and it’s too bright to see the screen?