Google’s Pixel Fold Ranks First in DXOMARK Display Benchmarks

Google Pixel Fold

Phone manufacturers aim to achieve high rankings in benchmarks. With top spots usually held by brands like Apple, Samsung, Oppo, and Huawei. Google has made a name for itself in camera rankings with its Pixel phones. And now it’s making waves in display rankings with the Pixel Fold. Despite being a software focused company, Google’s first foldable device has tied for first place with the Honor Magic 5Pro in DXOMARK’s smartphone display benchmarks. This is an extraordinary accomplishment for a first iteration. Surpassing not only every foldable device but also every smartphone on the 2023 list. Including the latest iPhone 14 Pro Max and Samsung’s Galaxy S23 Ultra.

Google’s Pixel Fold Surprises with Top Display Ranking in DXOMARK Benchmarks

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So, DXOMARK is an industry standard for phone camera, display, and audio ratings, and OEMs strive to get the best scores possible for new flagship devices. The display benchmark aggregates scores from tests including readability, motion, artifacts, and color. The top 10 devices on the DXOMARK ratings fall in the 140-150 range. With the Pixel Fold and the Honor Magic 5Pro scoring an impressive 151. The only area where the Fold didn’t excel was artifacts, which included things like screen flicker and reflectance.

While long-term reviews will be crucial in determining whether Google has cemented a place in the foldable market, this DXOMARK rating is a huge step in the right direction for the Fold to be a true contender in this niche space. Even Samsung, which pioneered the foldable phone market, couldn’t make it into the global top 25 of the best phone displays. With foldable phones still being an emerging market. It’s surprising to see Google’s first attempt at a foldable device perform so well. Also, it’s a testament to the company’s dedication to innovation and pushing boundaries, even in areas outside its core competency. For the full DXOMARK review and ratings, click here.

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