Galaxy S8 Has the Best Smartphone Display, According to Calibration Experts
Having display production facilities that makes OLED panels has given Samsung the proficiency to make one of the best smartphone screens on the planet. Ever since the announcement of its first-ever Galaxy S handset, the company has continued to employ Super AMOLED display technology and has attempted to perfect it time and time again. Display calibration experts have now formed an opinion on the Galaxy S8, calling it the smartphone with the best display on the planet for a mobile device.
New Phones From Samsung Are Capable of Displaying Color in an Extremely Accurate Manner – Brightness Levels Achieved Over 1,000 Nits During Testing
According to the analysis carried out by DisplayMate Technologies, both the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ support three new standard color gamuts coupled with four screen modes. Another discovery made by the calibration experts was that the latest flagships are also the first that have been certified by the UHD Alliance for Mobile HDR Premium. So what does this mean? It means that these devices will not only be able to play 4K HDR content on the go but they will be able to play that content just as well as Samsung’s UHD TVs.
One of the things that you guys will notice after purchasing a Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8+ for that matter is that while their native resolution is 2960 x 1440, the resolution running out of the box is FHD+, which saves battery life. As an added bonus, you can adjust the resolution to HD+ if you are low on battery or crank it to the highest possible setting for viewing ‘eye candy’ content. Amongst the things that DisplayMate managed to find that have significantly improved, those details have been listed below.
“Higher Screen Brightness from 5% to 19%.
Larger Native Color Gamut with 113% DCI-P3 for better displayed Colors in High Ambient Light.
Improved Absolute Color Accuracy.
Improved Viewing Angle performance.
Enhanced configurable Edge Display for the curved side screens.
Enhanced Always On Display mode operated with IC hardware rather than App software.
Enhanced Personalized Auto Brightness Control.
Enhanced Image Processor for Adaptive Dynamic Brightness and Contrast Range Expansion.
Enhanced Performance Modes and Power Saving Modes.
Stronger curved Gorilla Glass 5 protecting the display.”
Do you think the display on the Galaxy Note8 is going to be even better? Let us know your thoughts down in the comments.