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  • DisplayMate: The iPhone 5 Screen is the "Best Smartphone Display" We've Seen


    The folks over at DisplayMate recently posted an extensive analysis of the new iPhone 5 screen with detailed comparisons against the iPhone 4 and the Samsung Galaxy S III. The results for the test resulted in what one would expect: the iPhone 5 represents the best smartphone screen they’ve tested. This is what they had to say about the test and its results:

    Based on our extensive Lab measurements the iPhone 5 has a true state-of-the-art accurate display – it’s not perfect and there is plenty of room for improvements (and competitors) but it is the best Smartphone display we have seen to date based on extensive Lab measurements and viewing tests.
    The things they noted in particular was that the iPhone 5 has much lower screen reflections, much higher image contrast and screen readability in high ambient lighting and notably improved color accuracy and picture quality. The overall assessment chart that compares the three devices (the iPhone 4, iPhone 5, and Samsung Galaxy S III) can be found below:



    As mentioned before and as can be seen in the chart above, the test concludes that the iPhone 5 significantly outperforms the other two units.

    Source: DisplayMate
    This article was originally published in forum thread: DisplayMate: The iPhone 5 Screen is the "Best Smartphone Display" We've Seen started by Akshay Masand View original post
    Comments 21 Comments
    1. loud.n.clean's Avatar
      loud.n.clean -
      Quote Originally Posted by Channan View Post
      Whenever something is reported in favor of the iPhone, there's always that one person who can't help but spew sarcasm, as if everyone bought the Galaxy S III for the superior screen alone.

      And smh at the people saying the Galaxy S III's screen looks washed out. You obviously don't know what washed out means. It's the very opposite of what the Galaxy S III's screen is; too rich in color.

      That is exactly right, to rich in color, to vibrant, unrealistic. Washed out would be faded, with no coloring...lol People with grammar issues, lighten up for gosh sakes its a blog not a novel.