Samsung Galaxy Note10+ receives coveted A+ grade for mobile display


Samsung Galaxy Note10+ receives coveted A+ grade for mobile display

DisplayMate which is the leading industry specialist on standard of excellence for image and picture quality has given the Samsung Note 10+ an A+ rating. 

In a press release issued by Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd., DisplayMate said that the Galaxy Note10+ establishes a bold new standard for mobile displays – one that’s deserving of the firm’s highest-ever Excellent A+ grade. DisplayMate’s President Dr. Raymond M. Soneira explained, “The level of display performance and excellence has been increasing each year, and the Galaxy Note10+ has again raised the bar significantly higher.”

DisplayMate compared the specifications of both the 6.3-inch, Full HD+ (2280×1080) Galaxy Note10 and the 6.8-inch, Quad HD+ (3040×1440) Galaxy Note10+screens which boast Samsung’s all-new Dynamic AMOLED Infinity-O Display. It added that the smartphones’ immersive screens include a single small, centered camera cutout at the top that allows them to offer users an exceptionally high screen-to-window ratio.

The release continues:

‘The Galaxy Note10+’s peak brightness score of 1,308 nits is an improvement of 25 per cent over the Galaxy Note9 (1,050 nits), while its screen reflectance ratio is the lowest that DisplayMate has ever measured on a smartphone (4.3 percent). The smartphones’ combination of high screen brightness and low screen reflectance allows them to offer better screen readability, picture quality and color accuracy in bright environments, such as when users are outdoors.The Galaxy Note10+’s 0.4 Just Noticeable Color Difference (JNCD) is an improvement on the Galaxy Note9’s 0.5 JNCD score, and a testament to the device’s colour accuracy”.

DisplayMate praised the Galaxy Note10+ screen as being “an excellent, top-tier, world-class smartphone display” adding that Samsung is a company that “continues to systematically improve OLED displays.”

The rating comes a couple weeks after Apple launched three new iPhones to their lineup: the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Max which Apple claims provides an improved camera lens and faster face recognition ID.