The display puts the iPhone 12 Pro Max Super Retina XDR display through its most detailed testing and the result is not surprising: Apple once again won the “Displaymate’s highest display performance of A +” and “Best Smartphone Display Award”. However, beyond the acclaim of the iPhone 11 Pro last year, the 12 Pro Max 11 smartphone has matched or set display performance records.
DisplayMate just published In-depth dive review Of IPhone 12 Pro Max Performance. As has become a tradition, the iPhone has earned another high A + rating from the company this year, but most importantly it has reached a milestone in terms of how many new records have been broken or matched: 11. For comparison, IPhone 11 Pro matched or 9 set Display last year’s performance records and did the same 8 with iPhone XS Max in 2018.
Here are the display రికార్Smartphone performance records that Displaymate says iPhone 12 Pro Max is set / matched:
Visually unrecognizable numerical performance differences are treated as matched and tied performance records.
Highest Absolute color accuracy (0.9 JNCD) – Visually indistinguishable from Perfect.
Highest Image Contrast Accuracy and Intensity Scale Accuracy (2.19 gamma) – Visually indistinguishable from Perfect.
Small Change in color accuracy and intensity scale with image content APL (0.2 JNCD) – Visually indistinguishable from Perfect.
Small Change in Image Contrast and Intensity Scale with Image Content APL (0.00 gamma) – Visually indistinguishable from Perfect.
Small Image Content A change in peak brightness with the average image level APL (1 percent) – Visually indistinguishable from Perfect.
Highest Full screen brightness for OLED smartphones (825 nights per 100% APL).
Highest Full screen contrast rating in ambient light (172 and 100% APL).
Highest Contrast ratio (Infinite).
· Lowest Screen reflection (4.8 percent).
Small Brightness variation with viewing angle (27% at 30 degrees).
Highest Visible screen resolution 2.8K (2778 × 1284) – 4K is not visible on the smartphone.
The display hit the iPhone 12 lineup, which has a 60Hz display instead of the upgraded 120Hz similar to the iPad Pro. It turned out to be “good for most applications”.
The iPhone 12 Pro Max display has a standard 60 Hz refresh rate higher than the high 90 Hz and 120 Hz refresh rates introduced now. With a very fast response time of the OLED display and very fast CPU and GPU processors on the iPhone 12 Pro Max, a low 60 Hz refresh rate is good for most applications.
Displaymate tested Apple’s latest state of the art iPhone display to see all the details in detail, See the full report here.
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