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Samsung S20 Ultra screen quality test: accidentally set 12 records

Not long ago, Samsung officially released the Galaxy S20 series, which includes three models: S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra. As Samsung’s first flagship mobile phone in 2020, it has excellent design, camera experience and hardware quality. It has achieved the pinnacle of the current mobile phone field, leading in the first quarter of 2020. Notably, the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra received an A+ rating for DisplayMate smartphone screens.

Samsung S20 Ultra screen quality test: accidentally set 12 records

The Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra can get such an honor this time, thanks to its screen with a resolution of 3200 × 1440. This screen can be said to have almost textbook-level performance and calibration accuracy, so DisplayMate gave it an A+ rating. Highly praised.

Samsung S20 Ultra screen quality test: accidentally set 12 records

It is worth mentioning that DisplayMate also pointed out that the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra also set a new record for 12 special screen evaluations, including the color accuracy JNCD less than 0.5, the image deviation at peak brightness less than 1%, and the color gamut coverage 110%. DCI-P3/139% sRGB, the most extreme brightness (1342 nits), etc., it can be seen that the A+ evaluation given to the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra this time is well deserved.

Although the screen of the previous iPhone 11 Pro Max also has an A+ rating, it is only 0.9 in the color standard JNCD, and the data in terms of brightness and color gamut are also surpassed by the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra. It can be seen that Samsung is on the screen this time. In terms of showing its own housekeeping strength, the title of the machine emperor in the first quarter of 2020 is also very suitable. As for whether we actually get the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra, we will have to wait until March 6 to see the outcome.

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