The new Samsung Galaxy S10 smartphones will go on sale this Friday and now Samsung has revealed that the handsets display has received the highest ever A+ Grade from DisplayMate.
According to the report the display on Samsung’s new flagship smartphones is one of the best displays they have tested so far.
After a comprehensive evaluation process, DisplayMate Technologies has deemed the Galaxy S10’s display “the most color accurate display that we have ever tested, [and] almost certainly considerably better than your existing smartphone, 4K UHD TV, tablet, laptop, and computer monitor.” Like the Galaxy Note9 and Galaxy S9 before it, the Galaxy S10 established or matched several smartphone display performance records during DisplayMate’s extensive tests, ultimately becoming the latest flagship Galaxy device to earn the firm’s highest-ever “Excellent A+” grade.
Featuring a peak luminance of 1215 nits, the Galaxy S10’s display produces crisp, vibrant visuals when users need them – such as when they’re outside and under direct sunlight, or in environments with lots of ambient light. And with a relative power efficiency rating of 1.54 watts – an improvement on the Galaxy S9’s 1.70-watt rating – the Galaxy S10’s display is not only brighter than last year’s model, but also more energy efficient.
You can find out more information about the new Samsung Galaxy S10 at the link below, the handset launches this Friday.