Bringing forth some of the most interesting screen displays in the market, Samsung Galaxy Note 4 comes with a 5.7-inch high end screen display. However, Samsung has its own downside, but they have showed us that they know how to handle their screen technology.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy Note Edge were a hype in Berlin. The Note Edge is uncommon for its flexible screen that extends to the edge of the phone. The Galaxy Note 4 and Note Edge screens are certainly unique, but are they any good?
The short answer is yes. The guys at Displaymate have a thriving reputation for their screen reviews, so Samsung gave them these devices to test their screen display quality. The Galaxy Note 4 is actually the best performing smartphone display they have ever tested. While the Note Edge approximately has the same display but it uses a plastic substrate that allows it to bend instead of glass. As Samsung can now achieve the same quality without using glass, Displaymate considers it newsworthy.
Above the competition, these displays are very bright, emitting over 400 nits. In addition, these newer displays are measured to be about 14% more efficient than those found in the Galaxy Note 3. Besides that, the Note 4 has a 2560 x 1440p definition while the Note Edge has 2560 x 1600p.
Conclusively, Displaymate reassures that Samsung is not falling behind in their screen technology. In fact, they may be leading it. In the meantime, do you think Galaxy Note 4 and the Note Edge screen displays will be a big selling point once it is released? Let us know your opinion in the comment section below!