“The display benchmarking site claims the Galaxy Note 10+ screen sets the record for absolute colour accuracy, contrast, and intensity scale accuracy”
Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ display has received an A+ rating from DisplayMate. The latest flagship employs Dynamic AMOLED display, which is a next-gen AMOLED panel that includes HDR+ certification, deep contrast ratio, and a new high for peak brightness, offering a whopping 1,200 nits of retina-scorching light. It debuted with the Galaxy S10 series earlier this year and broke a dozen display-related records in DisplayMate’s testing. Now, the Galaxy Note 10+ has also earned itself a similar reputation. For those unaware, DisplayMate is a leading evaluator of smartphone displays and is considered an authority on the subject.
The display benchmarking site claims that the Galaxy Note 10+ screen offers absolute colour accuracy, contrast, and intensity scale accuracy. The panel is said to have significantly improved, with a peak brightness of 1,308 nits, which makes it 25 percent brighter than its predecessor Galaxy Note9, providing much higher screen visibility and readability in High Ambient Light. Samsung has also included new Automatic Colour management that makes sure images appear with correct colour accuracy, neither over-saturated or under-saturated.
The Viewing angles of Galaxy Note 10+ are not perfect, but the white, red and green shift at 30-degree angle is small and will be barely noticeable. Overall, the Galaxy Note10+ matches 13 smartphone display performance records, earning DisplayMate’s highest ever A+ grade.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ specifications, price
The Galaxy Note 10+ was launched last week at Samsung’s ‘Unpacked’ event in New York. The handset has been priced at Rs 79,999 and comes in Aura Glow, Aura Red, Aura White, and Aura Black colour options. The Galaxy Note 10+ runs Android 9 Pie-based OneUI out of the box and features a 6.8-inch QHD+ Dynamic AMOLED display with a centered punch-hole cutout and in-display fingerprint scanner. The phone is powered by Exynos 9825 processor coupled with up to 12GB of RAM and 256GB onboard storage. It also flaunts a quad-camera setup including a 12MP + 12MP + +16MP + 3D ToF lens at the back. The entire setup is driven by a 4,300mAh battery with fast and wireless charging support.
The regular Galaxy Note 10 smartphone has almost similar specifications, except for the smaller display, battery, and triple camera without the ToF lens. It has been priced in the country at Rs 69,999.