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                                    Display iPhone 11 Pro Max recognized as the best

In early September, Apple introduced 3 new iPhone. Namely – iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max. The flagships turned out to be excellent, without any doubt.

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Apple responsibly approached the choice of components. The aforementioned confirms the report of the reputable company DisplayMate. Experts carefully examined the screen of the iPhone 11 Pro Max.

The "apple" gadget, as you know, offers a Super Retina XDR panel. How good is the solution? DisplayMate thinks literally the best. He was awarded an A + rating.

The Samsung Galaxy Note10 + recently had a similar rating. Now A + on the iPhone 11 Pro Max. There are many reasons for this (according to DisplayMate tests).

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Firstly, the iPhone 11 Pro Max is equipped with an OLED display of record brightness. Half of the world's smartphones have 17% less. Guaranteed 902 nits on the home screen.

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HDR – at the peak – 1290 nits. Viewing angles have almost no effect on performance. In addition, a 4.5 percent screen reflection coefficient is claimed. The number is pretty low. A similar story with power consumption.

OLED in iPhone 11 Pro Max saves battery. Savings – compared to the iPhone XS Max – reach 15%. Agree, an impressive result. The device lasts longer.

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Also pleased with the exemplary color accuracy – 0.9 JNCD. Not surprisingly, the iPhone 11 Pro Max has earned the DisplayMate Best Smartphone Display Award.

What does this mean in practice? The screen of the iPhone 11 Pro Max does not fade in the sun. Among other things, it is comfortable to read from it (not to mention watching movies and games).

Apple has an incredible factory calibration. The irony is that she buys displays from Samsung. Alas, the latter set up the Samsung Galaxy Note10 + is not so perfect.

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Chief editor of the blogErika J. Wells .

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