The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra has just launched recently. And along with the launch DisplayMate has reviewed the display of the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra and given a rating at A+. The maximum brightness of this smartphone can reach up to 1609nit (1037 nit standard) and up to 0.5 JNCD (Just Noticeable Color Difference) representing high colour accuracy. The Note 20 Ultra was given total of 11 awards.
For display to be rated at A+, the colour accuracy must be lower than 1.0 JNCD and the bigger colour error lesser than 3.0 JNCD.
Usually a professional display is capable in reaching 2.0 JNCD display in the market. Hence, 0.5JNCD is making a history itself to be given the highest rating by DisplayMate.
Current DisplayMate A+ rating is awarded to OnePlus 8/8 Pro, OPPO Find X2 Pro, Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra/ S10+/ Note 10 Plus, Google Pixel 3/4XL, iPhone XS/11 Pro Max.