Samsung introduced the Galaxy S10 flagship series with the latest most advanced state-of-the-art OLED Display with a Full Screen design. With OLED display, there are many important new display performance enhancements and improvements.
The Galaxy S10 has the latest dual-edge curved screen Flexible OLEDs, which are developed and manufactured by Samsung Display.
There's no notch, no distractions. Precise laser cutting, on-screen security, and a Dynamic AMOLED that's easy on the eyes make the Infinity-O Display the most innovative Galaxy screen yet.
Samsung's every new OLED generation has provided significant enhancements and improvements that are first introduced in the Samsung Galaxy Smartphones.
The level of Display Performance and Excellence has been increasing each year, and the Galaxy S10 has again Raised the Bar significantly higher.
According to the DisplayMate review, the Galaxy S10 has the best display ever, the rating organization awarded the Galaxy S10 with its highest ever A+ rating.
On the Galaxy S10, the Maximum Screen Brightness can go much higher when Automatic Brightness is turned On, so that users can’t permanently park the Manual Brightness slider to very high values, which would run down the battery quickly. High Screen Brightness is only needed for High Ambient Light, so turning Automatic Brightness On will provide better high ambient light screen visibility and also longer battery running time.
Addionally, the Galaxy S10 has the new enhanced Mobile HDR10+ that supports Dynamic Metadata and Dynamic Tone Mapping. It means, the Galaxy S10 can play 4K High Dynamic Range content made for 4K UHD TVs.
The Galaxy S10 has a improved viewing angle performance. Its Night Mode Blue Light Filter is designed to change the color balance of the display in order to reduce the amount of Blue light produced by the display, which some recent research indicates can affect how well users sleep afterwards.
The Galaxy S10 also has a Super Dimming Mode that allows the Maximum Screen Brightness to be set all the way down to just 2 cd/m2 (nits) using the Brightness Slider.
Mobile displays are often used under relatively bright ambient lighting, which washes out the image color saturation and contrast, reducing picture quality and making it harder to view or read the screen. To be usable in high ambient light a display needs a dual combination of high Screen Brightness and low Screen Reflectance – the Galaxy S10 has both. This is extremely important for screen readability, picture quality, and color accuracy in ambient light.
The Galaxy S10 sets new records for color accuracy and high image contrast accuracy, has the highest peak display brightness of any phone, the largest native color gamut, the lowest screen reflectance, and many other impressive achievements, said DisplayMate’s Dr. Raymond M. Soneira.
Read complete DisplayMate review here.