WQHD+ Missing From Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra? Here’s What You Need to Know

In this article, we will talk about everything about the WQHD+ resolution. What is this resolution, and why is there so much fuss is raised by everyone about the S23 Ultra on this topic? Can you really select WQHD+ resolution on your phone? Since the release of the S23 Ultra from Samsung, it has been in the mouth of everyone. The display and camera of the device are highly appreciated by global tech reviewers.

The large 6.8-inch display with 120 HZ display with a resolution of 3088×1440 pixels and HDR 10+ feature has grabbed the masses’ attention. This is known as the WQHD+ resolution in the S23 Ultra. As has been raised by many users that the S23 Ultra has 3 resolutions HD+, FHD+, and WQHD+. So, if the WQHD+ resolution is missing in your Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra, this article will explain everything.

WQHD+ Missing From Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra Here's What You Need to Know

WQHD+ Missing From Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra? Here’s What You Need to Know

Wide Quad HD Plus, the WQHD plus resolution is a screen resolution of 2560×1440 pixels. This high-definition display is available for premium devices and is commonly referred to as 2k.

The WQHD+ produces a crispier output better than the FHD+ and slightly less than the ultimate 4K resolution. So the real question is here, why this WQHD+ resolution is missing from your S23 Ultra even if this feature is available in the smartphone?

Why WQHD+ resolution is missing from the S23 Ultra?

If you have the S23 Ultra and you move on to the settings of your device, you will get the option to decide how crispier your phone display should be at the cost of your battery. You will get to choose from three display resolutions HD+(1544 x 720), FHD+ (2316 x 108), and also QHD+ (3840 x 1440).

You will not see the WQHD+ resolution.  If your phone has QHD instead the WQHD written in the settings, it might be the language setting that has changed and caused this typing error.

Not having the option to choose the option to select WQHD+ resolution doesn’t mean you are missing it on your S23 Ultra. There is a trick here; the WQHD+ resolution has the same pixel density as the QHD+ resolution. Only the naming of the resolution is different. Both the QHD+ and the WQHD+hs the 3088 x 1440 pixels.

So, choosing any of those is not a big deal as the resolution is the same for both types of display. So, if you are seeing the QHD+ instead of the WQHD+, you are seeing the same thing technically.

What are some common display types?

There is multiple display type available in the industry, but only a few smartphones delivers the QHD display or the WQHD display, as these displays are costly and give you a premium and crispier output. Only a few devices are giving out 4K displays. Here are all the displays resolution currently available.

720p HD (High Definition) 1280 x 720 pixels
1080p FHD (Full HD) 1920 x 1080 pixels
1200p WUXGA (Wide XGA) 1920 x 1200 pixels
UW (Ultra-Wide) 1080p WFHD (Wide FHD) 2560 x 1080 pixels
1440p QHD (Quad HD) or 2K 3088 x 1440 pixels
UW 1440p WQHD (Wide QHD) 3088x 1440 pixels
2160p 4K UHD (Ultra HD) 3840 x 2160 pixels
2880p 5K UHD 5120 x 2880 pixels
4320p 8K UHD 7680 x 4320 pixels
10240p 10K UHD 9600 x 10240 pixels


So, this article must have solved the problem you must have been facing regarding the display resolution of WQHD+ missing from your S23 Ultra. If you are seeing the QHD+ instead of the WQHD+, you don have to worry, as these two are basically the same thing in the S23 Ultra model. Hoping that this article has solved the confusion, you must have been facing with the device settings.


  1. Thank you very much! I have been searching for answers everywhere and I just stumbled onto ur post! Very much appreciate this! My mind is at ease now.

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