Google Pixel 3 XL has the best display rating in the market and it is no surprise

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.

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.