Samsung Galaxy Note10+'s display earns A+ rating from DisplayMate
The Galaxy S10 broke over a dozen display-related records in DisplayMate’s testing, but the new generation is here – the Dynamic AMOLED screen on the Galaxy Note10+ broke 12 display records with major performance characteristics seeing improvements.
The screen set the record for absolute color accuracy, contrast and intensity scale accuracy. Automatic color management makes sure that the correct color profile is used when displaying content, so you don’t have to worry about display modes.
If you do want to select the mode manually, DCI-P3 Natural is achieves an Absolute color accuracy of 0.4 JNCD (a new record). The screen is among the first to reach 100% DCI-P3 coverage thanks to the “Deep Red” OLED. sRGB Natural Mode also results in 0.4 JNCD, this mode is commonly used for photos and videos from camera, TV and other content.
The display on the Samsung Galaxy Note10+ is brighter than ever too. With High Brightness Mode turned on, it reaches up to 778 nits with an all-white screen, beating the Note9 screen by 10%. The peak brightness is a record-setting 1,308 nits (though with much less of the screen showing white).
Viewing angles are not quite perfect, however. The white shift at a 30° angle is 2.8 JNCD – small enough that it’s unlikely you’ll notice, but the Galaxy S10 scored 0.7 JNCD in this metric. Both displays lose just under 25% of their brightness when viewed at a 30° angle.
Here’s the full list of the 12 display performance records matched or broken by the Note10+:
- Highest Absolute Color Accuracy (0.4 JNCD) – Visually Indistinguishable From Perfect
- Highest Image Contrast Accuracy and Intensity Scale Accuracy (2.17 Gamma) – Visually Indistinguishable From Perfect
- Smallest Shift in Color Accuracy and Intensity Scale with the Image Content APL (0.8 JNCD) – Visually Indistinguishable From Perfect
- Smallest Shift in Image Contrast and Intensity Scale with the Image Content APL (0.03 Gamma) – Visually Indistinguishable From Perfect
- Smallest Change in Peak Luminance with the Image Content Average Picture Level APL (6 percent)
- Highest Full Screen Brightness for OLED Smartphones (793 nits at 100% APL)
- Highest Peak Display Brightness (1,308 nits for Low APL)
- Largest Native Color Gamut (113% DCI-P3 and 142% sRGB / Rec.709)
- Lowest Screen Reflectance (4.3 percent)
- Highest Contrast Rating in Ambient Light (184 for 100% APL and 304 for Peak Brightness)
- Smallest Brightness Variation with Viewing Angle (24 percent at 30 degrees)
- Highest Visible Screen Resolution 3K (3040x1440) – 4K Does Not Appear Visually Sharper on a Smartphone
He is talking about oled screen phone market, it was just last year Samsumg hold over 90% of the market and the only competition is from BOE, which is very far behind Samsung in quality and reliability of oled displays.
- 17 Aug 2019
Oled is natural progress of screen technologies, waiting for pesant LCD to die so we can look forward to microled screens
- 17 Aug 2019
You wouldn't cry if it was Huawei they said was top rated for screen or camera, stop being such an hater of other devices
- 14 Aug 2019