Display Comparison Between Galaxy S10 Plus and Note 9

When We compare the Galaxy S10 and Note 9, it’s hard to start anywhere other than the Display Comparison Between Galaxy S10 Plus and Note 9. That’s because the S10 Plus model now features a 6.4-inch OLED panel stretching from edge to edge, just like the Note 9.

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.

But there are some key differences with that screen. The resolution on the S10 Plus is a bit sharper at 3040 x 1440 to the Note 9′s 2960 x 1440. The S10 Plus also uses Samsung’s new Dynamic OLED panel, which should feature a wider range of colors due to its support for dynamic-tone mapping.

Samsung have also said that thesamsung galaxy s10 plus is the first mobile display to support HDR 10 plus.

When we tested the Galaxy S10 Plus‘ display, it registered 136.5 percent of the sRGB color gamut, compared to 224 percent for the Note 9. The S10 Plus displays colors more accurately, with a Delta-E score of 0.29 to Note 9’s 0.34. The S10 Plus has a slightly brighter screen as well, though we got that number by shining a flashlight at the S10’s sensor.

Samsung’s phones also achieve their edge-to-edge displays in different ways. Note 9 features a bezel at the top to house its front-facing camera. But the S10 and S10 Plus opt for Samsung’s new Infinity O display and its punch-hole design, where the camera is housed in a cutout in the middle of the screen. The end result is that the S10 Plus squeezes more screen into a smaller form factor than Note 9, but that punch hole could stand out when you’re using apps or watching videos that fill the whole screen.

Regarding form factor, the S10 Plus is a little shorter and less wide than the Note 9 at 6.2 x 2.91 x 0.3 inches. It weighs less, too, tipping the scales at 6.17 ounces to the Note 9’s 7.1 ounces. With its smaller screen, the S10 is the most compact of the bunch at 5.9 x 2.77 x 0.3 inches and 5.5 ounces.

Another big design change becomes apparent when you spend some time with the phones. The Galaxy S10 Plus use an ultrasonic fingerprint sensor that fits underneath their displays. Note 9, like other recent Samsung phones, puts the fingerprint sensor on the back.

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