Since last year, the competition for flagship phones has another track, that is, the screen. When it comes to top-level screens, in the past, everyone first thought of Samsung or Apple, but now many domestic manufacturers have started to pile materials on the screen and have achieved good results. The OPPO Find X2 series, which was recently launched, has won the A + rating from DisplayMate, an authoritative organization, through a super-sensory screen experience.
Since everyone is "leading", comparison is inevitable. Today we passed a series of comparison tests to further feel how good the "magic screen" of the Find X2 series is. In terms of parameters, Find X2 Pro and Samsung S20 Ultra have great advantages in terms of screen resolution and refresh rate.
From the picture under the microscope, we can see that the pixel density of OPPO Find X2 and Samsung S20 Ultra is much higher than the other two phones, which means that the display details will be more clear. The increase of the refresh rate can make the animation look more coherent, and the improvement of the running fluency is more intuitive than the core performance.
In addition, the comparison test also shows that the Find X2 Pro is of a higher standard in terms of brightness, display uniformity and color gamut.
More notably, Find X2 Pro is far ahead of the other three comparison models in terms of color accuracy (the smaller the value, the better).
At present, most mobile phones use 8-bit color depth panels, that is, 16 million color screens; but Find X2 Pro supports 10-bit color depth, making the total color 64 times, which is 1.07 billion colors. The difference between the two can be clearly seen from the following diagram.
From a comparison point of view, the screen of Find X2 Pro is worthy of the score of "A +" in terms of parameters and look and feel, but this is not the whole of its screen experience. With the MEMC chip and the super-sensing imaging system, the Find X2 Pro's screen can play a greater role.
Find X2 Pro supports a refresh rate of 120Hz, but most videos on the market today are around 30 frames. It is obviously overkill to watch 30 frames of video at 120Hz. However, Find X2 Pro solves this problem with MEMC. Its principle is to perform hardware-level supplementary frames according to the laws of animation to improve the smoothness, so that ordinary videos can also reach 120 frames that match the screen refresh rate.
Find X2 Pro won the DxOMark list through a powerful three-shot rear camera. The next good photo or a wonderful video will eventually need to be displayed on our screen. The quality of the screen will also affect the quality of the viewing.
For example, the rear camera of the Find X2 Pro adds real-time HDR video shooting and directly uses a 10-bit recording screen to bring movie-quality shooting quality that is infinitely close to natural colors. To accurately restore such a video, you need a screen with the same display capabilities. In this way, the 10bit color depth of Find X2 Pro comes into play. It can be seen that to get a top-level experience, the double champions of DxOMate and DisplayMate are indispensable.
The screen has always been one of the most important parts of a smartphone, because as long as we turn on the phone, most perceptions come through the screen. The efforts of mobile phone manufacturers on the screen have further proved the importance of the screen to the user experience. If you do not pass the comparison, you may not know that the screens look similar, there are so many subtle differences, and each link is related to the user experience. Do you still have a reason not to buy a phone with a good display?