The Samsung Galaxy Tab S tablets are proving to be our favorite new Android tablets, and the excellent display is part of the reason why. The analytical folks at DisplayMate did their analysis thing with both the 8.4-inch and 10.5-inch flavors of the Super AMOLED display tablets and they came away mighty impressed, enough so to declare them the best tablet displays they've ever tested.
The Galaxy Tab S establishes new records for best Tablet display performance in: Highest Color Accuracy, Infinite Contrast Ratio, Lowest Screen Reflectance, and smallest Brightness Variation with Viewing Angle. Both Galaxy Tab S models offer Quad HD 2560x1600 pixel displays (with 287 to 361 pixels per inch), currently the highest for Tablets, with 4.1 Mega Pixels, double the number on your HDTV.
The Galaxy Tab S did fall short with overall brightness, coming in at just 80% as bright as the Nokia Lumia 2520 Windows 8.1 tablet. Not that it's not bright enough — we found it to be plenty so.
Most of us don't yet have a Tab S in our hands, so what are you expecting from the new display kings in tablet town?