Samsung Display has played a significant part in the success of Samsung smartphones. Every year, we have witnessed improvements and innovation when it comes to smartphones display. Samsung surely knows how to give its customer the best visual experience. This is one of the reason, Samsung Galaxy smartphone series has ruled the mobile industry for a long time. With Galaxy S10, the display even got better. At the unveiling event, Samsung decided not to reveal too much about the smartphone in detail and let the user experience the features themselves. At the event, it highlighted only that the Galaxy S10 has a display with the highest color accuracy than any other smartphone display and can reach a peak brightness level of 1,200 nits.
DisplayMate has now published its full results for the new flagship. DisplayMate has recently published a full results report for the Samsung Galaxy S10, suggesting it as a “record-setting outstanding level”. It has touched new Performance records. This includes absolute color accuracy at 0.4 JNCD. This is labeled as visually indistinguishable from perfect. Samsung has focused on improving the overall display Picture Quality and color Accuracy which is really amazing for Samsung fans.
The OLED hardware has also improved to another level as well. Compared to its predecessor, Galaxy S9, brightness has increased over 17 percent in the highest brightness mode. As the performance increased, so is its rating over DisplayMate. It has received a 100% rating in all categories which isn’t easy to achieve. The test was improved and had tougher grading standards. The tests were performed on pre-release production units of the Galaxy S10 that were provided by Samsung. The Galaxy S10 display also sets a new record for the Highest Full-Screen Brightness at 804 nits. The device also managed to set records for Peak display brightness, Contrast ration, and Native color gamut. In its own words of DisplayMate, “It is the most innovative and high-performance smartphone display that we have ever lab tested.”