Google Pixel 3 XL is declared to have one of the best displays in the smartphone market, as tweeted by DisplayMate, the the display-benchmarking website. Google’s latest flagship launched Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL, and Pixel 3’s OLED display is highly praised by the reviewers on YouTube.
After a series of thorough lab-testing it was declared that Pixel 3 XL has the “highest A+ rating” OLED display. The Pixel 3 XL display has also received the “Best Smartphone Display Award” as the information reveals, Note9 and iPhone XS Max had also clinched the same earlier.
DisplayMate has Lab Tested the Google Pixel 3 XL OLED Display which has earned our Highest A+ Rating and a DisplayMate Best Smartphone Display Award. Our in-depth Display Shoot-Out review article will go live here on Monday October 15.
— DisplayMate Tech (@DisplayMate) October 9, 2018
With a 6.3-inch OLED display, the Pixel 3 XL features a resolution of 1440 x 2960 pixels, resulting in a 523 ppi rating. The panel is HDR-compliant and also features 100,000:1 contrast ratio. A full fledge article enlisting all features will be published on on Monday, October 15th, DisplayMate declared.
Pixel 2 XL display controversy
Google can still rejoice since it has come a long way after being heavily criticized for a poor display of Pixel 2 XL last year. A Blueshift, a dim color configuration, screen-burn in were the most prominent issues with the display before. A software update by Google helped solve the ‘lifeless color representation” issue by adding two new modes for the users; saturated and boosted, in a couple of days.
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The customers, however, still had to wait another six months to remove the Blueshift and burn-in problems since the issues were resolved by Pixel 2 headsets coming after February. The Pixel 2 was amusingly free of the display problem amusingly due to OLED panel made by Samsung, contrary to LG manufactured POLED of Pixel 2 XL’s.