Samsung has always been the leader in AMOLED, and it also dominate the market for the vast
majority of high-end OLED screens. Even Apple has begun purchasing screens from its own
iPhone X for its screen. Samsung S9 release, the screen test agency DisplayMate also tested the
Samsung S9 screen the first time, let's take a look at the performance of this screen exactly.
According to DisplayMate, the Samsung S9 is the strongest device in terms of color gamut and color space, almost perfect. The Samsung S9 also has four screen color modes, Adaptive Displsy, Cinema Mode, Photo Mode and Basic Mode. In adaptive mode, the Samsung S9's screen reaches up to 113% of the DCI-P3 color gamut, while in movie mode you can have 101% of the DCI-P3 gamut.
Samsung S9 screen brightness is reached an unprecedented new heights. Samsung S9 in high light environment screen brightness can reach 690nit to 1130nit. Although the maximum brightness of 1130nit and Samsung Note8 up to 1200nit data compared there is a gap, but in daily use when the gap is not large, strong outdoors, you do not have to worry about not see the screen.
The final DisplayMate awarded the Samsung S9 screen A + level, and had access to this level is the iPhone X screen. Coincidentally, the screen of both phones is made by Samsung, it seems that other OLED manufacturers want to catch up with Samsung, or have a long way to go.