It’s the battle, as Apple and Samsung fight it out for the crown of the best big smartphone. in this article Display Comparison Between Galaxy S10 Plus and iPhone XS Max.
These Are some of the best smartphone display on the market right now. We have got sharp details, vibrant colours, great viewing angles both smartphones. and I don’t think you can go wrong with either of the display.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus offers a sharp, 6.4-inch Infinity-O Dynamic AMOLED display that’s a bit smaller than the 6.5-inch OLED panel on the iPhone XS Max. Samsung’s phone benefits from a higher resolution, at 3040 x 1440 pixels, compared to 2688 x 1242 pixels on the iPhone XS Max. But the iPhone’s screen pulls ahead in other areas.
While the S10 Plus can get as bright as 625 nits, the XS Max can get to 606 nits in any conditions. As a result, the screen on the XS Max appears brighter, whether you’re indoors or outside.
When we loaded each phone with the same 4K wallpaper of a landscape, the XS Max’s display delivered a brighter picture and the color was more vivid. You can toggle between natural and vivid modes on the S10 Plus, but in vivid mode, the hues looked too saturated.
The S10 Plus’ display turned in a slightly better colour-reproduction score, at 136.5 percent of the colour gamut, compared to 123 percent for the XS Max. However, the panel on the XS Max notched a better colour-accuracy score of 0.22 to the Galaxy S10 Plus’ 0.29.