Samsung’s latest smartphone Galaxy Note 9 sports the largest OLED display on any of its phones with a 6.4-inch panel, 18.5:9 aspect ratio and quad high definition with a resolution of 1440 x 2960 pixels.
The Samsung Display panel boasts screen reflectance, absolute color accuracy, peak brightness, native color gamut, contrast ratio and screen resolution.
|Samsung Electronics’ Galaxy Note 9 (Samsung Display)|
DisplayMate Technologies, which regularly tests and grades screens on the latest smartphones, said Samsung’s “level of display performance and excellence has been increasing each year and Galaxy Note 9 has raised the bar significantly higher.”
Galaxy Note 9 set a new record for this brightness measurement that was 27 percent brighter than last year’s Galaxy Note 8. The device also featured a contrast rating for high ambient light that was 32 percent higher than that of its predecessor.
Samsung Electronics’ new tablet Galaxy Tab S4 also sports Samsung Display’s 10.5-inch panel, super AMOLED and wide quad extended graphics array resolution (2,560x1,600 pixels). With a minimized bezel and 16:10 aspect ratio, it provides a 32 percent larger panel than its predecessor.
By Shin Ji-hye (firstname.lastname@example.org)