On February 1, Samsung will launch the Galaxy S23 series at its first Unpacked event of 2023. Multiple sources have been leaking details about these smartphones ahead of time.

This means that we know almost everything about them before their official announcement. According to Roland Quandt, all three Samsung Galaxy S23 models will feature displays with up to 1750 nits of peak brightness. With the Galaxy S23 series, the Galaxy S family of phones will provide the same peak brightness for the first time in a long time.

The Galaxy S22 last year offers up to 1300 nits, while the Galaxy S22 Plus and Galaxy S22 Ultra offer up to 1750 nits. The Galaxy S23 Plus and Galaxy S23 Ultra will not get an upgrade in display brightness, while the Galaxy S23 will.

As a result of its smaller size and lower price, the vanilla Galaxy S23 will still be inferior to the Galaxy S23 Plus in some aspects. The screen will be smaller, the battery will be smaller, and the charging speed will be slowed down. Unlike the other two handsets, the phone won’t have UWB.

In the US, the Galaxy S23 should cost the same as the Galaxy S22. It may, however, be more expensive in Korea.