DisplayMate’s extensive Galaxy S10 display analysis comes out on March 4
DisplayMate has revealed that it will be posting the results for its extensive lab tests of the Galaxy S10’s AMOLED displays on March 4. Samsung had already revealed some of the results from DisplayMate at the Galaxy S10 launch, namely the fact that it has the highest color accuracy of any smartphone display and can achieve a peak brightness level of 1,200 nits. Unlike DxOMark with their camera tests, DisplayMate isn’t offering any more details than what Samsung has already told us.
DisplayMate will probably give the Galaxy S10 an A+ rating and call it the best smartphone display, just like it has with previous Galaxy flagships. However, with the Infinity-O displays in their first generation, it will be interesting to see if Samsung has made some sacrifices in order to achieve the smaller bezels. It probably hasn’t, as we found the display to be excellent and Samsung’s expertise in display technology has reached crazy heights at this point, especially when you look at the Galaxy Fold and its folding AMOLED display.
As Samsung had revealed, the Galaxy S10 display has a few other tricks up its sleeves. It can reduce blue light by 42 percent without sacrificing image quality and display HDR10+ content (and record HDR10+ video with the rear camera). The side bezels on the Galaxy S10 and S10+ are pretty much non-existent at this point, and those who dislike curves can opt for the Galaxy S10e with its flat display.
Check out our early impressions of Samsung’s latest flagship, and let us know if you’re picking one up or have already pre-ordered one?