The iPhone XS Max has the best smartphone display on the market, DisplayMate has declared, with lab testing of the second generation of OLED screening it to have numerous improvements over the version used for last year’s iPhone X.
The Changes seen in the iPhone XS Max’s display compared to the iPhone X. While last year flagships model was itself praised at the time of launch, the iPhone XS Max is revealed to be better, even though the 22% larger screen is more challenging to manufacture.
The “Absolute Color Accuracy” of the iPhone XS is described as truly impressive, achieving a score of 0.8 JNCD for the sRGB/Red 0.9 color gamut, which is used for most consumer content, and 0.8 JNCD and for the wider DCI-P3 color gamut used by 4K Tvs and Digital Cameras.
For the high ambient light and brightness testing, the screen is said to be both extremely bright and with low reflectance, making it useful for readability, picture quality and color accuracy in ambient light. In iPhone XS Max case, it has a recorded high calibrated 100 percent APL full brightness of 660 nits of sRGB and DCI-P3 color gamuts, while the Home screen offers 725 nits.
Screen Reflectance is 4.7 percent, which is close to the lowest ever measured in Testing for a smartphones. Combined it with the brightness of the screen, it is achieved a Contrast Rating for High ambient light of between 139 and 164, making it the highest testing has record for a smartphone.
In all but two of the tests, the iPhone XS Max screen is uniformly consistent in reaching the highest levels with green ratings.
Overall, the performance of the OLED Screen has earned the iPhone XS Max the DisplayMate Best Smartphone Display Award. While the iPhone X recieved similarly praise in its evolution last years after few months its display was beaten by Samsung Galaxy S8.