In early August, Samsung released the high-end flagship Galaxy Note 20 series in the second half of the year. Shortly after its debut, on August 18, DisplayMate, an authoritative overseas screen testing organization, officially released a complete Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra screen test report.
It can be seen from the report that the screen of Galaxy Note20 Ultra has achieved an A+ rating from the authority DisplayMate. Specifically, it has a peak brightness of 1609nit and a normal brightness of 1037nit. It has the highest absolute color accuracy of 0.5JNCD. It also supports 108% DCI-P3 color gamut (135% sRGB), etc. In addition, this screen has also set a new record 11 screen records.
Speaking of screens that have received A+ ratings and broke multiple records, in fact, there are two high-end flagships in domestic mobile phones that have done it. They are OPPO Find X2 Pro and OnePlus 8 Pro. It is not easy to obtain the A+ rating of the authority DisplayMate, because the screen needs to change between the average image absolute color accuracy and the average absolute color accuracy must be less than 1.0JNDC.
Regarding the screen of Samsung’s new flagship, DisplayMate said that after objective and serious laboratory tests, the Galaxy Note20 Ultra performed very well on the screen display. With the textbook-level display, it obtained the best smartphone display. Screen award.