Samsung's new Galaxy S 4 display is a major improvement over the Galaxy S III featuring full HD 1920x1080 resolution and 441 Pixels Per Inch. It is also better calibrated, brighter, and bigger.
The iPhone 5 uses a 4.0 inch IPS LCD with a resolution of 1136x640 resulting in 326 ppi.
Dr. Raymond Soneira, President of DisplayMate Technologies, executed numerous tests to assess screen reflections, brightness and contrast, colors and intensities, viewing angles, display power consumption, and more.
The Galaxy S4 continues the rapid and impressive improvement in OLED displays and technology. The first notable OLED Smartphone, the Google Nexus One, came in decidedly last place in our 2010 Smartphone Display Shoot-Out. In a span of just three years OLED display technology is now challenging the performance of the best LCDs. Each have their own particular strengths and weaknesses, but if you scan our color coordinated Comparison Table, both displays and technologies perform quite well and look quite good and comparable overall – we’ll see how they both evolve and improve in the next generation, which we consider next…
You can see the test results at the link below...
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