The next Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra, according to well-known leaker Ice Universe, will have the brightest display ever. The S24 Ultra could have a brightness of more than 2,200 nits, which is extraordinarily bright, according to the leaks. To help you understand, we’ll point out that the S23 Ultra has a maximum brightness of 1,750 nits, and nobody found it to be dim. Therefore, it could be viewed as a Samsung marketing ploy.
On the other hand, the reports also indicate that the Ultra’s bezels would be wider, which is bad because it is now standard for flagship phones to have narrower bezels. The bezels of the S24 Ultra will resemble those of the Galaxy A54 in size, according to Ice Universe.
The bezels will also only be symmetrical in pairs, with the top and bottom measuring 3mm and the left and right measuring 3.42mm.
We are perplexed as to why Samsung does not produce bezels of uniform size across the board. It’s very puzzling. Apple has already shown that it is possible, even with panels made by Samsung. Furthermore, Nothing has also accomplished complete bezel symmetry at reduced costs. Samsung doesn’t appear to prioritize it, though. It’s also disheartening that the S24 Ultra’s speculated screen-to-body ratio is 88%. If true, this would represent the lowest ratio for a Samsung flagship since the Galaxy S10 in 2019.