Galaxy Note 4 display trumps rivals in color accuracy
It goes without saying that the Galaxy Note 4 display is really good but DisplayMate went one step further and pitted it against some of the handset’s rivals. The result is unsurprising. Samsung Galaxy Note 4’s display has trumped its rivals as far as color accuracy is concerned.
DisplayMate put the Galaxy Note 4, Surface Pro 3, Kindle Fire HDX 8.9, iPhone 6 Plus, iPad Air 2 and the Galaxy Tab S 10.5 through a series of color accuracy tests in a bid to find out which of these displays reproduce colors most faithfully. These devices were then ranked according to color gamut, organic colors, facial skin tones as well as blue reproduction from cyan to magenta.
The table clearly shows that Galaxy Note 4 display performed the best of all, and only the Surface Pro 3 and Galaxy Tab S could match it in the blue color accuracy test. It scored more on skin tone and white point tests as opposed to the competition.
This goes to show that Samsung has done an incredible job with the display for Galaxy Note 4, and its certainly one of those things that’ll draw customers towards this device.