Samsung typically challenges the top charts of major smartphone components in terms of quality in almost all areas. They, though HTC has had a lot to say about that in recent years.
But one area that others still can’t seem to match Samsung in is the display, with the company typically pushing the bar year after year and forcing DisplayMate to award Samsung with the best marks for each new flagship launch. That now the Galaxy Note 8 will take it to even newer heights: it’s the ., and
DisplayMate’s list of positives is as long as you’d expect:
- A radical new Full Display Screen design that fills almost the entire front face of the phone providing a significantly larger display for the same phone size.
- A curved screen OLED display that is manufactured on a flexible plastic substrate so that it can bend around corners on both sides of the phone to provide two curved Edge Display areas that can be viewed and controlled from both the front or the sides.
- A new larger6.3 inch Full Screen Display that fills almost the entire front face of the Galaxy Note8 from edge-to-edge. Its display is 20% larger in screen area than the Galaxy S8 and 14% larger than previous Galaxy Note displays, without increasing the size of the phone, which is accomplished by shrinking the borders around the display. The Home button and Navigations buttons are now incorporated within the touchscreen display.
- A new display form factor with a taller height to width Aspect Ratio of 18.5 : 9 = 2.05, which is 15% larger than the 16 : 9 = 1.78 on most Smartphones (and widescreen TVs) because the display now has the same overall shape as the entire phone. It is taller in Portrait mode and wider in Landscape mode. This provides extra space for Notifications and for displaying multiple Apps and content simultaneously on-screen side-by-side.
- 4 and 3 Calibrated Screen Modes with based on our extensive Lab Measurements.
- A new larger full and Digital Cinema mode that is also used for 4K Ultra HD TVs, so the Galaxy Note8 can display the latest high-end 4K video content. The DCI-P3 Gamut is 26 percent larger than the Rec.709 Gamut that is used in 2K Full HD TVs.
- The Galaxy Note8 is certified by the UHD Alliance for , which allows the Galaxy Note8 to play the same 4K High Dynamic Range content produced for 4K UHD Premium TVs.
- A larger with a new high saturation “Deep Red” OLED, resulting in a very impressive 112% of DCI-P3 and 141% of sRGB / Rec.709 Gamuts that also provides much better on-screen Colors in High Ambient Light.
- A3K Higher Resolution 2960 x 1440 Quad HD+ display with 521 pixels per inch, and with Sub- Rendering.
- AVideo Enhancer that provides HDR-like Expanded Dynamic Range for all videos that don’t have HDR coding.
- A record high of over 1,200 nits, which improves screen visibility in very high Ambient Light, and provides the high screen Brightness needed for .
- Front and back for significantly improved Automatic Brightness settings.
- A with a that allows the user to adjust and reduce the amount of blue light from the display for better night viewing and improved sleep.
- Aser with Color Balance slider controls that can change the color of White for the Adaptive Display screen mode.
- An mode and .
- SmallColor Shifts and Brightness Shifts with .
- TheGalaxy Note8 can be used with Polarized Sunglasses in both the Portrait and Landscape orientations unlike LCDs, which generally work in only one of the two orientations.
- A new and even stronger curved Gorilla Glass 5 protecting the display.
And also seems to set a mouthful of new records:
We can’t say we’re surprised. There’s little on the market challenging Samsung’s smartphone OLED panels right now.for sure, but for now they’re in a league of their own. Hit up .