DisplayMate tests, the Samsung Galaxy S10 has broken more than a dozen records-related records, but the next generation is here: The Galaxy Note 10+ dynamic AMOLED display has 12 records with features of surpassing main performance with enhancements.
The Samsung Galaxy Note10+ display sets the record for absolute color accuracy, contrast, and intensity. Automatic color management ensures that the right color profile is used when displaying content, so you do not have to worry about display modes.
The display of the Samsung Galaxy Note10 + is brighter than ever. When the high brightness mode is activated, 778 nits are achieved on a completely blank screen, exceeding the screen of Note 9 by 10%. The maximum brightness is 1,308 nits (with much less white screen).
The viewing angles are not perfect though. The white offset at an angle of 30 ° is 2.8 JNCD – small enough that you probably will not notice it, but the Samsung Galaxy S10 has 0.7 JNCD in that metric. At a viewing angle of 30 °, both screens lose less than 25% of their brightness.
Here is the full list of 12 of Samsung Note10 + Matched or Broken Performance Records:
- Absolute Color Accuracy (0.4 JNCD) – It’s impossible to visually distinguish from perfect
- Accuracy of image contrast and accuracy of the highest intensity scale (2.17 gamma) –
- Smallest scale change in intensity and color accuracy with APL image content (0.8 JNCD) –
- The smallest difference in contrast scale and intensity of the image to the content of the APL image (0.03 gamma) – visually not distinguishable from perfect
- Smallest change in peak luminance with picture content Average APL picture level (6%)
- Maximum brightness in full-screen mode for OLED smartphones (793 Nits at 100% APL)
- Highest display brightness (1,308 nits for low APL)
- The largest selection of native colors (113% DCI-P3 and 142% sRGB / Rec.709)
- Lower reflectivity of the screen (4.3%)
- Highest contrast ratio in ambient light (184 for 100% APL and 304 for maximum brightness)
- Smallest brightness fluctuation with viewing angle (24% to 30 degrees)
- Highest visible screen resolution 3K (3040 x 1440) – 4K does not appear sharper on a smartphone
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