Apple announced the trio of iPhone models 2018 comprising of iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR earlier this month while the duo of XS were released into the market last week. The Cupertino based tech giant claims that the iPhone XS Max Display carries something unique.
The same has been proven true as the iPhone XS Max has secured the foremost achievement when DisplayMate published its review and awarded the firm’s “Best Smartphone Display Award”.
About iPhone XS Max Display
Not to mention that the iPhone XS Max features the second-gen OLED panel measuring 6.5-inch in size that utilises a 2.7K High Resolution of 2688 x 1242 pixels and pixel density of 458 ppi.
Apple has also introduced Diamond Sub-Pixels to ensure enhanced sharpness and higher Peak Brightness. The display also comes with support for HDR10 and Dolby Vision that sets it at a higher pedestal than other flagships.
The iPhone XS Max display undergone rigorous testing at DisplayMate bench while testing various factors such as a larger full-screen display, 2.7k resolution, industry-standard colour gamuts, automatic colour management, display power efficiency, True Tone viewing modes, Night Shift mode and more.
The DisplayMate says that the XS Max can extend the Dynamic Range by up to 325 percent for HDR photos and up to 400 percent for HDR videos. The review also noted that the device has a Screen Reflectance of 4.7 percent, which is “close to the lowest” that the company has measured for a smartphone.
Further, the phone also comes with a Night Shift Mode that allows the user to adjust and reduce the amount of Blue Light from the display for better night viewing and improved sleep. Moreover, the new Super Dim setting on the device was applauded for providing comfortable use in extreme low light conditions, taking the brightness down to just 2 cd per square metre.
It’s not all positives, though, as there are a few minor issues which users may not even notice. For instance, the peak screen brightness of iphone XS Max measures 660 nits; slightly lower than the record 710 nits of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9. Likewise, the XS Max has the largest colour shift of 6.2 JNCD at a viewing angle of 30 degrees and a steep intensity scale that results in a high image contrast.
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