DisplayMate, which regularly offers its opinions on smartphone and tablet displays, has conducted its extensive series of tests on the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and the team has already labeled the upcoming Android device as having the best smartphone display ever made, at least so far.
Samsung sent DisplayMate a pre-production model of the Galaxy Note 4 (it's not due for launch until October) to test out. The smartphone has a Quad HD 2560x1440 pixel display and DisplayMate says:
It provides lots of image detail – it can display four complete HD 1280x720 images at once. The display has Diamond Pixels and Sub-Pixel Rendering with 518 pixels per inch (ppi), providing significantly higher image sharpness than can be resolved with normal 20/20 Vision at the typical viewing distances of 10 inches or more for Smartphones, so the display appears perfectly sharp.
The article gets highly technical as it goes over a ton of different display testing categories. In the end DisplayMate stated that the Galaxy Note 4 "matches or breaks new records in Smartphone display performance."
The same article also says Samsung sent DisplayMate a pre-production unit of the Galaxy Note Edge, with its curved display. The team plans to offer its findings on this smartphone once its final firmware and software are available. In the meantime, do you think the display for the Galaxy Note 4 will be a big selling point for the smartphone once it is released?