We are dealing with two smartphones with excellent displays, which are however distinguished by their format. The Galaxy S23 is more compact than its competitor with its 6.1-inch panel, while the Pixel 7 Pro has a diagonal of 6.7 inches. Both benefit from an Amoled LTPO screen with a dynamic refresh rate of up to 120 Hz (24 to 120 Hz for the Galaxy S23) and are protected by Gorilla Glass Victus (2nd generation for the Galaxy S23).
The least we can say is that both Google and Samsung have mastered their subject. Both offer well-calibrated panels with low delta E (1.6 for the Pixel 7 Pro, 2.8 for the Galaxy S23), indicating low colorimetric drifts. The color temperature recorded on the two smartphones is very close to the reference standard, at 6703 K for the Samsung model and 6864 K for the Google one. For this duo, remember to choose the Natural display mode.
But if the two terminals are neck and neck on almost all of our evaluation criteria, the Galaxy S23 takes the advantage on that of maximum brightness. Both mobiles offer some of the highest brightness levels on the market, reaching 1319 cd / m² under our probes for the first, against 1164 cd / m² for the Pixel 7 Pro. It is this last point that allows it to get ahead of the Pixel 7 Pro by a short head and win this round.
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