DisplayMate Declares A Tie Between iPhone 5’s LCD and Galaxy S4’s OLED Display

DisplayMate has performed a detailed test of the iPhone 5 and Galaxy S4 screens, and declared the result a draw.

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DisplayMate has performed a detailed test of the iPhone 5 and Galaxy S4 screens, and declared the result a draw. The test compared color gamut and accuracy, brightness, power efficiency and performance in high ambient lighting.

The iPhone 5 is now more than half way through its product cycle, which is important to keep in mind for our comparison. However, high-end LCDs like the iPhone 5 are a very mature and refined display technology, so other than screen size, resolution, and the Pixels Per Inch not much is likely to change in the next generation, no matter what Apple decides to do. The iPhone 5 is significantly brighter than the Galaxy S4, particularly for screens with mostly peak white backgrounds. Its color calibration is a bit better, although the Galaxy S4 has a more accurate White. The Galaxy S4 has a much bigger screen, higher resolution, higher PPI, much darker blacks, and better screen uniformity than the iPhone 5. They each have their own particular strengths and weaknesses, but if you scan our color coordinated Comparison Table, both displays are quite good and comparable overall – so it’s currently a tie – we’ll see how they both evolve and improve in the next generation…

For more info and a bigger display of the pic below check out DisplayMate’s site

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