Samsung Galaxy S10's Display Gets Highest Ever A+ Grade From DisplayMate

James Marshall
March 7, 2019

People are also holding onto their phones longer, and since the Galaxy S10 arguably does much of what smartphones did last year and the year before - albeit a little better - some may see little need to upgrade. This year, the coils can work in reverse mode to charge other devices using your phone's battery.

The flip phone could debut as soon as late this year, or possibly at CES or MWC next year.

When it was unveiled, many praised the Mate X for having a more appealing design than than the Galaxy Fold.

According to a report by Bloomberg, the South Korea maker is developing two more foldable smartphone models and one of it is similar to the Mate X.

After a comprehensive evaluation process, DisplayMate Technologies has deemed the Galaxy S10's display "the most color accurate display that we have ever tested, [and] nearly certainly considerably better than your existing smartphone, 4K UHD TV, tablet, laptop, and computer monitor". It is thinner without an extra screen.

Speaking about the offer, Avneesh Khosla, Operations Director - Marketing, Vodafone Idea Limited said, "We are constantly looking at providing differentiated propositions to our digitally savvy premium customers, and we are delighted to partner with Samsung on the launch of its S10 devices". Samsung is now trying to improve the screen's strength, as continued folding will create a crease in the display's protective film layer. It peeks through the frame and display thanks to Samsung's new Infinity-O cutout. It is also said to come with a display on the outside, but it may not necessarily stay there when the device goes official as its existence depends on how consumers will react to the Galaxy Fold.

Samsung can now produce approximately 2.4 million foldable display a year. (As they should be: Samsung Display not only makes the OLED screens that power Samsung phones, but plenty of other high-end phones, including some models of the iPhone.) It's bright, vivid, has an impressive edge-to-edge display with just punch-hole cutout for the camera.

The Samsung Galaxy S10 was tested by DisplayMate and has passed all lab runs with flying colours. Also, Samsung Galaxy S10 lineup is available on the Airtel Online Store with a down payment starting Rs 7,499 and EMI of Rs 2,599, which comes built-in with a post-paid plan.

Other reports by

Discuss This Article