Samsung reveals latest OLED display for smartphones with 2,000 nit Brightness

By Ramsha Umer - Jan 6, 2023

The tech giant Samsung never misses the chance to be in the prevailing news by frequently introducing the latest features in its products. Samsung Display showcased the industry’s first OLED display panel for android smartphones at CES 2023, which attained more than 2,000 peak brightness. The advanced OLED display that Samsung recently unveiled has UDR or Ultra Dynamic Range that was certified by UL solutions.

The peak brightness display panels of the upcoming flagship smartphone models will have the same peak brightness value as the shortly announced S95C and S90C Samsung TVs. It is an impressive attempt by the leading brand to present the brightest display panels, and one can imagine how generously it will enhance the users’ experience. Tech companies always push the boundaries to bring innovative features for their consumers.

Samsung reveals latest OLED display for smartphones with 2,000 nit Brightness

“The brightness of a display is a factor that has a great influence on the consumer experience of smartphone image quality and performance,” said Hojung Lee, Head of the Product Planning Team for the Small and Medium-sized Display Division at Samsung Display. “With its distinctive technology and business experience in the OLED field, Samsung Display will continue to lead the market with differentiated products based on consumer-oriented technology.”

Besides this achievement, Samsung also introduced UDR 1,500 nits’ luminance rating on its latest display panels. The brand claims that the latest UDR panels are enabled to show realistic and vibrant colors and are convenient for outdoor usage.

Expected Launch and Availability Details

Samsung has not shared any official statement about the release of its latest UDR display panels, but it is expected in the second quarter of 2023. However, there is a number of rumors swirling that the upcoming Galaxy S23 series will have the new brightest panels. As of now, the brand has adopted an insightful marketing strategy in announcing the UDR panels and is the first manufacturer to introduce capable display panels for its loyal fans.

The Korean brand provides OLED panels for Apple even before the announcement of UDR peak brightness display panels for its smartphones. Apple has featured the 2,000 nits peak brightness panels for HDR content in its premium iPhone 14 Pro series.


Ramsha Umer

Ramsha is a tech writer and a blogger with a degree of Masters in English Literature. A passionate writer who loves to weave words to produce engaging content about technology, books, lifestyle, and fashion. She is a reader by heart so whenever she isn’t writing, you can find her reading her favorite books.