The device showed excellent brightness and readability of text and images in different conditions, as well as good contrast. At the same time, DxOMark experts noted a poor response to touch and strong image distortion in sunlight.
The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra display was tested by DxOMark using six criteria: readability, color reproduction, video, motion viewing, touch response, and artifacts. Recall that the smartphone received a 6.8-inch OLED screen with a resolution of 3088×1440 and an adaptive refresh rate of 120 Hz.
Of the pluses, experts noted a good level of brightness, contrast and color management when playing videos, as well as smoothness when viewing the gallery and web pages. So, in terms of readability of text and images in different conditions, the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra display turned out to be one of the best in the ranking. Brightness performed well in all conditions, including outdoors in sunlight, which is usually a weak point in smartphones. Also high was the brightness when watching a video.
Of the minuses, experts noted a strong change in the image in the sun: colors shift due to the Vision Booster function, making the picture flat and oversaturated. Also, the disadvantages of the display are the lack of a smooth transition of light, poor response to touch at the edges and corners of the display, and an orange tint appears indoors and in the dark.
Despite the downsides, the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra’s display performed well, placing sixth in both the global DxOMark rankings and the list of premium devices.