The Samsung Galaxy Tab S has seemed to be one of the best tablets we have seen in awhile. Many including DisplayMate, Android Central and Android Authority have claimed it to be excellent in their display and have praised the return of Samsung’s OLED screens.
Reviews that cover both the Tab S 10.5 and Tab S 8.4 have blown us away with DisplayMate writing “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 2560×1600 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 only negative that we can seem to find is the brightness of the screen which is reported to just be 80% of the brightness of the Nokia Lumia 2520.
The display resolution is at 2560 x 1600 ensure the pictures and words you are viewing are sharp and the colour accuracy as well as viewing angles and colour saturation seem to be perfect in its essence. DisplayMate also goes on to say as quoted by AndroidAuthority that ‘it is the best performing tablet they have ever tested’. The reviews go on to give a thumbs up for the Tab S’s infinite contrast ratio, lowest screen reflectance and the smallest brightness variation along with viewing angles.
As you can see, the reviews have been mind blowing and in the favour of the South Korean tech giant. However, you will never be able to just read the performance the Samsung Galaxy Tab S. The only person who can really judge is you. All you have to do is get your hands on one of these bad boys and test them out! Something tells us that you won’t regret the experience.