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It hasn't been long since Samsung outed its brand new Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy Note Edge handsets. And already it has seen mixed reactions from fans and critics around. Now there's some added glory for the Note 4 for Samsung to consider.
According to reports, DisplayMate, a famed company that specializes in display tests, has heaped praises on the Galaxy Note 4's AMOLED in a recently conducted detailed review. The review was based on a host of technically-oriented tests.
"Our detailed Lab tests show that there have been significant display performance improvements in the new Note models including higher resolution, higher absolute color accuracy with better calibration, higher peak brightness with improved screen visibility and readability in high ambient light, and higher display power efficiency, resulting in a number of new records for Smartphone display performance," the report stated.
Apparently, Samsung had provided DisplayMate Technologies with pre-release production units of both the Galaxy Note 4 and the Galaxy Note Edge "so that we could perform our well known objective and comprehensive display Lab tests, measurements, and analysis, explaining the in-depth display performance results for consumers, reviewers, and journalists."
Apparently, Note 4's display suffers a minor 19% decrease in brightness and small white point color shift. In fact, the primary color shifts are inclined at 30 degrees. However, with a rating of 6.6 JNCD, it has been rated on an upward curve.
The screen also impresses in terms of reflectivity, too. The average screen reflection with light from all directions is just 4.8%. The best value DisplayMate have ever measures for a smartphone is 4.4%, which is also quite good.
You could check out the full display review for the handset here.