The device even earned the publication’s “Best Smartphone Display” reward, an impressive feat considering all of the top, high-end devices on the market these days. But it wasn’t always going to last. Interestingly enough it looks like Samsung has actually beat itself when it comes to display technology, just a few months after the release of the Galaxy S7.
A new in-depth shootout with the Galaxy Note7, the company’s latest phablet flagship set to launch later this month, reveals that the display on the large handset is impressive in just about every single category, and improves upon the elements introduced in the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge. Specifically, DisplayMate has rated the Galaxy Note 7 with the “most innovative and high performance smartphone display” that they have ever tested.
More to the point, the Galaxy Note7 is the “best performing smartphone display ever,” leapfrogging the Galaxy Note 5’s display, and even the Galaxy S7’s.
The Galaxy Note7 features a ton of upgrades, including, but not limited to:
The Galaxy Note7 also features dual ambient light sensors –on the front and back of the device– which makes it the first smartphone to implement this methodology. It also features the brand new Corning Gorilla Glass 5.
All-in-all, the in-depth report goes into great detail, as always, regarding the changes and improvements Samsung has made. For those who are expecting the Galaxy Note7 to arrive on their doorstep, or otherwise pick up the new phone later this month, it looks like you’re investment in the display was worth it.
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