Samsung’s new ultra-bright OLED display has caught the attention of tech enthusiasts at this year’s CES event. The display, which has received a 2,000 nits luminance certification, is one of the first of its kind to reach such a high level of brightness.
This technology is useful for those who frequently use their smartphones in bright lighting conditions, such as outdoors on sunny days. Without a high peak screen brightness, the display can appear washed out and difficult to read.
Apple’s iPhone 14 Pro also boasts a display that can reach up to 2,000 nits, though it is unclear if the company sources its displays from Samsung.
It is expected that this new technology will be incorporated into Samsung’s smartphones in 2023, though the exact date has not yet been announced. Rumors suggest that the company may unveil its next handset as early as February.