Galaxy S22 Ultra: its screen buries that of the iPhone 13 Pro Max according to the first tests

The Galaxy S22 Ultra’s display is expected to outperform that of the iPhone 13 in several ways, according to a Chinese certification document. Samsung’s smartphone continues to unveil itself, while its launch is not expected for several weeks.

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If there is one area where Samsung does not skimp on its high-end smartphones, it is the quality of their screen. And the upcoming Galaxy S22 Ultra should be no exception. A document shared by Equal Links through its Telegram account shows us the results of a slab test of the mobile by a Chinese certification body. And the screen of the S22 Ultra promises to be superior to that of the iPhone 13 Pro.

Colorimetry and brightness in the spotlight on the Galaxy S22 Ultra

The Galaxy S22 Ultra (but also the S22 +) would be able to display a maximum brightness of 1750 nits, joining a previous leak already evoking such a luminous peak. That’s well above the 1,500 nits of the Galaxy S21 Ultra, but especially the 1,200 nits of the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max. Another element to be put to the advantage of the new Samsung flagship, 100% coverage of the DCI-P3 color space, while the iPhone 13 Pro does not reach 80%.

We also learn that Samsung plans to integrate LTPO technology display on both Ultra and Plus models, whereas only the S21 Ultra had benefited from it last year. The advantage of LTPO over LTPS is that it allows a variable refresh rate of the screen, which is therefore not systematically blocked at its maximum, which would consume energy and reduce battery life.

The screen diagonal of the two references is also confirmed: 6.81 inches for the S22 Ultra (which hardly moves compared to the 6.8 inches of the S21 Ultra panel) and 6.55 inches for the S22 + (against 6.7 inches on the S21 +), corroborating previous leaks indicating a more compact format for the Plus model. The standard S22 should also be smaller than the S21.

These results were measured on versions equipped with a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC, but there is no reason that the variants with Exynos 2200 receive a different treatment when it comes to display specifications.

Source: Equal Leaks

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