Galaxy S10 Has The Best Smartphone Display Claims DisplayMate
Samsung launched the Galaxy S10 series of smartphones at the Galaxy Unpacked event on February 20. The devices that were launched in the lineup include the Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+ and the Galaxy S10 5G. All the devices were marked by a striking similarity, their displays. While the display sizes are different, all the smartphones have a Dynamic AMOLED display with support for HDR10+ content. DisplayMate, a noted display calibration and testing company has ranked the Samsung Galaxy S10 excellent for its display.
Who Is DisplayMate?
DisplayMate is a well-known display benchmarking company that tests, evaluates and compares all types of displays, like monitors, projectors, mobile displays etc. It also offers professional display calibration software for consumers. The company has been in the limelight for the last few years when it started testing and ranking mobile displays. It is often considered as an industry standard in display testing.
Samsung Galaxy S10 Display
In the Galaxy S10, Samsung has used an Infinity-O, 6.1-inch Dynamic AMOLED display with a resolution of 3040 x 1440 px. It has an aspect ratio of 19:9 and a pixel density of 550 ppi. The display on the Samsung Galaxy S10 is considered better than the one on its elder siblings, the Galaxy S10+ and the Galaxy S10 5G; due to its higher pixel density. One highlighting feature of the display is its illumination levels which can reach 1200 nits of brightness.
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DisplayMate in their testing rated the display on the device as Excellent and gave it an A+ rating. This is in part due to its colour accuracy which the company claims is ‘indistinguishable from perfect’. According to DisplayMate, the display also has a very high image contrast accuracy and minimal colour and white shifting. Notably, Samsung has been time and again appreciated for making praiseworthy displays for smartphones and is a big name in the monitor and the TV business. The company also supplies AMOLED displays for major smartphone OEMs including Xiaomi and OnePlus.