The Samsung Galaxy Tab S tablets new ‘Super AMLOED screen and Basic’ screen mode, display colors tones very realistic and true-to-life.
Samsung’s Galaxy S4, S5, and Note 3 display modes were also designed to make things look more ‘natural’, but in reality those modes failed to fix the issue. The new Galaxy Note 4’s screen ‘Basic’ mode successfully adjusts the 5.7″ screen’s color reproduction, close to the reference sRGB standard.
The phone is yet to arrive on the market; it is to be seen if its retail product also performs the same way or in a different manner. It measured color temperature in ideal way at 6596 K compared to earlier reference value of 6500 K.
On the previous AMOLED screens of Samsung things looked greenish which is mostly covered on the Galaxy Note 4’s display as the third primary, green, isn’t present in excessive amounts, here.
Note 4’s screen With Delta E greyscale and Delta E rgbcmy values of 3.84 and 4.86, respectively, will provide a concentration of its various hues and nuances on target values, without much deviation.
There are various other modes present in the new Samsung Note 4 along with the traditionally oversaturated and vibrant AMOLED looks, screen mode can be switched to some of the other available modes, with the familiar AMOLED outlook.
The Galaxy Note 4’s display will easily be able to achieve a maximum brightness of about 500 nits and up when in bright lighting conditions, so we expect outdoor visibility with Samsung’s next-generation phablet to be more than adequate – just as it was with the Galaxy S5.