Samsung has spent several years perfecting the OLED technology. The company is probably the best maker of smartphone OLED displays in the whole world. According to a report from ValueWalk, Apple is even relying on Samsung’s OLED screens for the upcoming iPhone 8. The company proved that it is the best after receiving an award from DisplayMate, one of the most respected smartphone display testing firms. DisplayMate has concluded that the latest Note 8 is the best smartphone they have ever tested.

Best display screen

DisplayMate scored an A+ after conducting several comprehensive tests on the Note 8.

The smartphone has 22 percent higher full brightness compared to the Galaxy S8. The Note 8 has a 6.3-inch edge-to-edge screen that works better with the OLED (organic light-emitting diode) display. Users can clearly view the device outdoors even under the sun. The smartphone boasts 1,200 nits of peak brightness, which is slightly bigger compare to the 1,000 nits of the Galaxy S8. Apple’s iPhone 7 Plus only has 705 nits of maximum brightness.

The device has wider color gamut, and four screen modes that are capable of viewing different contents, such as photos or movies. The device can also play the same 4K content used on 4K Ultra-high-definition televisions. Even though the Galaxy Note 8 has high peak brightness, users can still adjust it and select on three Power Savings Modes to reduce the impact of the display on the battery.

Power Saving Mode lowers the brightness and sets the background to black to save battery life.

Smartphone features

The Galaxy Note 8 also features an impressive dual camera. Both of the cameras are 12-megapixel, the first is a telephoto lens, while the second is a wide-angle lens. The camera supports OIS (optical image stabilization) technology.

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There is no doubt that the camera set up is better than the iPhone 7 Plus.

100 percent safe

The company conducted extensive battery safety check program on the Galaxy Note 8 to make sure that it will not experience the same fate like the Galaxy Note 7. The device is equipped with a 3,300mAh battery cell, which is slightly smaller than the Galaxy S8 Plus’ 3,500mAh battery.

The company is offering bundle deals for the Galaxy Note 8 pre-orders, but with a limited time only. The bundle includes either a Gear 360 camera or a wireless charging pad and a 128GB memory card. United States, United Kingdom, Canada and Australia can avail the bundle deals on September 15, and India will start on September 11.