Samsung Galaxy S10 Has The Most “Color Accurate Display Ever,” Says World’s Leading Display Authority DisplayMate

Samsung Galaxy S10 was a much-awaited phone, and now everyone’s analyzing its features to see if it has been worth all the hype. The final answer is that it definitely has.

The most exciting features of the phone 

We recently reported that BGR analyzed the usefulness of the Wireless PowerShare feature. Their article concludes that the only time when such a feature can be useful is when you’re traveling.

The online publication has recently written that Samsung has implemented on the Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ a new capability called Wireless PowerShare.

The family of phones is among the first ones ever to sport this feature, but it is definitely something that is expected to become really popular on flagship phones.

Samsung’s display produces lifelike colors 

Samsung managed to deliver another record-breaking screen with its Galaxy S10, says the world’s leading display authority DisplayMate.

DisplayMate gave it the highest ever A+ grade, the S10’s OLED display reportedly “matches or sets over a dozen new smartphone display performance records,” including a “high brightness mode that is up to 17% brighter (1,215 nits) than the Galaxy S9.”

Among the many distinctions that have been earned by the device’s screen may be the most impressive one is its ability to produce lifelike colors.

Reviewer Dr. Raymond M. Soneira called Samsung’s OLED “the most color accurate display we have ever measured.” This is quite an achievement.

TechRadar reports that he continued and praised the phone even more, saying that the phone’s color accuracy is “visually indistinguishable from perfect, and almost certainly considerably better than your existing smartphone, living room HDTV, tablet, laptop, and computer monitor.”

Together with its various records, DisplayMate also made sure to list some other improvements over the past year’s models.

This included improved viewing angles, display power efficiency, and blue light spectrum.

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