Samsung Galaxy S10+ is equipped with a 6.4-inch QHD+ display, in which the density exceeds 500 ppi. The display was created in the new Dynamic AMOLED technology, which connects advantages of SuperAMOLEDs with the usage of HDR10+. This cannot look bad – and it does not. Colours and details representation are perfect, just like brightness levels of the display. The minimum one almost completely dims the screen, while the maximum one provides a good readability even in sunny Barcelona.
What is interesting, the automatic brightness control can boost it even more than the manual slider… There is of course the eyesight protection from the blue light, there is a dark, night time mode and the possibility to automatically run options mentioned above. What is interesting, in comparison to the predecessor, there are less options of colours balance.
We can choose between the “standard” and “vivid” – maybe it will be enough…? After all, we can manually control the RGB palette… Unfortunately, I did not manage to try out the content dedicated to the HDR10+ technology, so we just need to believe in what the manufacturer is declaring.
I have said a moment ago that I will mention about the scanner. You have probably already figured out that it is hidden under the display… It uses ultrasounds, thanks to which it is less susceptible to dirt on the display or a moisture than sensors using a camera. The interface hints where to place our finger, while configuring the scanner is almost identical as in the standard one.
This is a bell-and-whistle solution, but it is still less accurate than a traditional scanner. For a display scanner – this one is really good, but I think that a true boom for these types of system will come sometime later. Fortunately, in Galaxy S10+ we have the facial recognition system, which works rather ably and fast.
Unfortunately, it is based on a simple imaging, so it is possible to “deceive” it by a photo or unlocking it with your eyes closed. If you care about confidentiality – stick to your fingerprint. As you have probably noticed, in its S10 Samsung did not use the security measurement of using a retinal scanner…
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