Barely a week after they were unveiled, Samsung’s new Galaxy S9 models are now starting to grab honors in terms of camera and display screen quality. According to DxOMark, the Galaxy S9 Plus is now tops in terms of image capturing capabilities.
Back in April earlier this year, DisplayMate had named Samsung’s flagship device, the Galaxy S8, as the smartphone with the first ever A+ grade in terms of the quality of the display. More than four months later, the firm is now recognizing the screen of the South Korean tech giant’s latest phablet offering, the Galaxy Note 8, as the one to beat.
DisplayMate is a company that tests all types of display screens, from mobile devices like smartphones and tablets to big screen television sets. This time around, the firm decided to put the display screens of Apple’s two newest iPad devices (the iPad Mini 4 and its giant sibling the iPad Pro), as well as last year’s iPad Air 2 to the test, and the results may be surprising to some.
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