DisplayMate Technologies is a lab that performs tests on the displays of the various smartphones in the laboratory and evaluates their quality. The company tested Galaxy Note 8, which received the highest possible score from DisplayMate Technologies - rating A +.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 features a 6.3-inch display with a resolution of 2960x1440 pixels (QHD +) and a pixel density of 521 ppi. The ratio of the sides in the display at 18.5: 9. "Thanks to the Diamond Pixel matrix and subpixel rendering, a very high definition display has been achieved," DisplayMate said, adding:
"This is the most innovative and high-quality display we've ever tested"
One of the main features of the display in Galaxy Note 8 is its brightness of 1200 candelas per square meter. We can not remember that the brightness of the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus displays is 1000 nits, which is 200 nigits less than Galaxy Note 8. Many were surprised that Note 8 received the HDR Premium certificate from the UHD Alliance, which issued similar certificates only to the latest 4K UHD TVs. DisplayMate has highlighted that Note 8 gives an ideal black color, has a blue mode night mode, and a different resolution mode.