After photo sensors and audio, DxOMark tests the smartphone screen

The folks at DxOMark are well known for the tests they do on a variety of tests on photographic sensors. Not too long ago, the company gained notoriety as it started testing photo sensors on smartphones. In the initial phase, they only tested the rear sensors and then started testing the selfie sensors.

Not that long ago, DxOMark started the process of evaluating smartphone audio, and now the company reveals that it has started testing the quality of the smartphone screen. Through a series of precise tests, which are carried out to rate the screens of smartphones presented on the market, DxOMark will evaluate the following parameters:

Readability; Color quality; Video playback; Movement; Tactile quality; Presence of artifacts;

The beginnings of this new test had as “guinea pigs” a series of smartphones manufactured by Samsung, Apple, Xiaomi, ASUS, OPPO, OnePlus and others. The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 5G, for example, was the smartphone with the highest score in its new test, followed by the display of the OnePlus 8 Pro and the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G.

DxOMark is now testing the smartphone screen

In terms of readability, however, the TCL 10 Pro panel is the one with the highest score, followed by the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 5G, while the ASUS ROG Phone 3 and Black Shark 3 Pro represent the best solutions in terms of respect the quality of touch.


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