The smartphone technology is transforming itself at a lightning speed as we are having unique and innovative features being introduced every year. For instance, once the LCDs were considered enough for smartphone screens but later on LEDs and OLEDs came into play making LCDs an olden day story. Today, OLED has evolved into a highly refined and mature display technology to provide highest performance displays for smartphones.
We have seen a number of OLED panels on the high end phones over the year but the latest among them is the new entrant of Samsung Galaxy lineup. We are talking about a duo of Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ that was unveiled last week at MWC 2018. Some tech analysts claim that the OLED used in the latest Samsung flagship devices is the best one ever made in the smartphone industry.
The latest report is published by DisplayMate – a name that is known for reviewing displays of electronic devices for quite a long time. Raymond M. Soneira, president DisplayMate, has revealed in the study that the Galaxy S9 has the “latest most advanced state-of-the-art OLED Display together with a Full-Screen design.” He further states that for some people Galaxy S9 might be identical to Galaxy S8 in terms of display but it’s not like that, as he states:
While the Galaxy S9 display might at first appear to be very similar to the Galaxy S8, there are many major display performance improvements. So instead of just focusing on pushing the OLED hardware performance levels higher for the Galaxy S9, Samsung has instead concentrated on significantly enhancing and optimizing the on-screen Absolute Picture Quality and Absolute Color Accuracy of the OLED display…
Samsung beats Apple in terms of better display introduced in Galaxy 9 than iPhone X. The revolutionary display panel has set many performance records like “Absolute Color Accuracy” that is considered as the most valuable addition in display technology. The graphics are visually indistinguishable from the real object. The South Korean tech giant has also accredited S9’s display to be considerably better than your existing smartphone after doing comprehensive lab tests.
Soneira has also discussed that the S9’s display can reach up to 1130 nits via auto-brightness; 20% brighter than S8 but 70% dimmer than Note 8. Moreover, the ambient light sensor on both sides of S9 allows for quicker and more accurate readings and adjustments.
That is not the all what made it possible for Galaxy S9 to earn DisplayMate’s highest ever A+ grade but there is an extended performance sheet to establish those results. Earlier, Galaxy Note 8 was also accredited by the same company with A+ marking.
If you want to test Galaxy S9 by yourself, be noted that Samsung is all set to start sale of Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ on March 19th in selected markets. Afterwards, the new Galaxy is expected to enter emerging markets like Pakistan with the highest ever price tags though.
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