Samsung Galaxy S10 sets 13 DisplayMate records and bags highest A+ grade ever
There’s no denying Samsung knows how to create a smartphone display. Over the years, numerous Samsung devices have been lauded by DisplayMate, which puts smartphone screens through many vigorous tests. The display of the Galaxy Note 5 was roundly recommended, the Galaxy S7’s panel was a high achiever, and the Note 7’s display was praised for its innovation.
The iPhone 7 gave Apple the DisplayMate crown, but it wasn’t too long before the S8, S9, and Note 9 all demonstrated Samsung’s prowess and skill at fitting the Galaxy devices with incredible displays. Google’s Pixel 3 XL leapfrogged those devices, but the panel of the new Samsung Galaxy S10 has now become the latest paradigm of smartphone displays.
Two of the records the Samsung Galaxy S10 set were highest absolute color accuracy and highest image contrast accuracy and intensity scale accuracy, both of which were judged by DisplayMate as “visually indistinguishable from perfect.” Other reported highlights for the display included the infinite contrast ratio, low screen reflectance, and high visible screen resolution (3040x1440).
DisplayMate’s detailed review shows to what degree the Samsung Galaxy S10 and its display were tested. No stone appears to remain unturned, so to receive such a glowing report will be seen by fans of the flagship smartphone as testament to the South Korean manufacturer’s continued pursuit of excellence in this field.