As always, DisplayMate has tested the screen quality of the latest high-end Samsung Galaxy Note 10+. And as always, this one is the best they have ever tested.
While Samsung has just officially introduced its Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+, some specialized testers had it in advance to give their verdict. This is the case of DxOMark, which places it first in their photo rankings, but also … DisplayMate, of course.
Galaxy Note 10+: Once again, Samsung returns to the top
As every year, the site focusing on accurately testing the screen of smartphones has offered its highest rating to Samsung for the Galaxy Note 10+: A+. The reason for this is a near-perfect factory calibration, a brightness always increased to 1,308 nits now. And a higher than average pixel density of 498ppp thanks to its 3040 × 1440 pixel resolution.
In total, It nailed 13 performance records, it has a 25% improvement over the Note 9. So it is considered the best in the market by DisplayMate. One of the most notable additions this year is its ability to automatically adjust the color space according to the content being viewed.
There you go. This highlights Samsung’s omnipotence on the field of OLED screens, which no one doubted. But at least the Korean manufacturer is not resting on its laurels. Despite the lack of serious competition on the high end.