The Galaxy S10 marks a new era of design with a movie screen

With the introduction of the Galaxy S10 line, Samsung Electronics demonstrates, once again, its leadership in defining the future of the smartphone screen. The company’s new flagship product brings screen technology to the next level by providing users with a brighter, more realistic image, along with a camera-on-screen design that maximizes viewing space.

With the aim of releasing even more pixels for the content of users, The Galaxy S10 features an on-screen camera design that includes a wide range of sensors and camera technologies in a small space. Samsung used a patented laser cutting technology to make a small hole in the screen (in addition to minimizing damage to the surrounding pixels), The Galaxy S10 features an on-screen camera design that includes a wide range of sensors and camera technologies in a small space. Samsung used a patented laser cutting technology to make a small hole in the screen (in addition to minimizing damage to the surrounding pixels), allowing users to enjoy all the essential camera and sensor technologies without losing display space. In perfecting this aspect of the design, Samsung managed to create a revolutionary screen that covers the entire front of the phone and makes it much more enveloping. Also, thanks to the use of Gorilla Glass 6, which is twice as durable as Gorilla Glass 5, users do not need to worry about the activity they develop because the Galaxy S10 is made to resist.

The Galaxy S10 ‘s new AMOLED dynamic display stimulates truly cinematic viewing experiences. With a peak luminance of 1200 nits, the display can produce more than 16 million of colors (36 percent better color range than SDR), with 100 percent mobile color volume in the DCI-P3 color range.

In the test of the experts of DisplayMate, the dynamic display AMOLED received a score of 0.4 JNCD (barely perceptible color difference). This rating exceeds the 0.7 JNCD of the Galaxy S9 and confirms the exceptionally accurate color reproduction of the Galaxy S10. This means that the colors you see on Samsung’s new smartphones are an almost perfect reproduction of the real-life colors.

In addition, it is the first screen for smartphones of the world that supports HDR10, an open source of the next generation for video of high Dynamic Range (HDR). HDR10 support effectively delivers cinematic-quality images to users by allowing compatible content to be seen with the accuracy that their creators intended. This way, by transmitting a favorite movie, the colors will be more accurate and the viewing experience more enveloping.

The screen uses dynamic tone mapping technology to optimize the colors from one scene to another and produce a better contrast between the clear and dark scenes. In addition, it optimizes brightness levels so that even the smallest details look beautiful, and produces true black colors to improve shadow details even in low light conditions.

Comfort is key when it comes to the Galaxy S10, for this reason, Samsung optimized its new featured products with innovations that make it even easier to use these fantastic devices.

The AMOLED dynamic display is certified by TÜV Rheinland experts for having reduced blue light by 42% [3], which can help users to protect their eyesight. Best of all is that, in addition to providing users with night rest, the blue light reduction technology of smartphones does not require filters and does not compromise the image quality of the screen.