The Galaxy Note 10 is here, and as expected, it’s challenging other flagships in terms of quality of components.
That’s true of the Galaxy Note 10+ in particular, which is receiving some high praise for its display and its cameras.
Of course, given its status as a high-end flagship, that praise probably won’t come as a shock to most people.
As it usually does whenever a new flagship is released, DisplayMate has released a lengthy analysis of the Galaxy Note 10+’s display.
It’s worth reading through in its entirety when you have the time, but the key takeaway is that the Galaxy Note 10+’s OLED display has either broken or met 13 different smartphone display performance records.
Given Samsung’s expertise in producing displays, we’d expect one of its own smartphones to have a high-quality screen, but DisplayMate says that the phone “is the most innovative and high performance smartphone display that we have ever lab tested.” Some of those aforementioned records it either set or met include the largest native color gamut, the highest absolute color accuracy (which DisplayMate says is visually indistinguishable from perfect), the highest peak display brightness, and the highest contrast ratio.