DxOMark debuts a new way to rate phone displays

Last year, French company DxOMark launched a new score for audio on phones. This year, the site is launching a score for phone displays based on various factors such as readability, color, and motion. DxOMark says it derives this score through more than 400 subjective and objective tests. The company measures scores in six different fields: readability, color, video, motion, touch, and artifacts (other attributes of display such as notch area, flicker, and ghost touches). You can check out some of the areas of testing performed by the company in the figure below.     While sites like DisplayMate rely mostly on… This story continues at The Next Web

DxOMark debuts a new way to rate phone displays

Last year, French company DxOMark launched a new score for audio on phones. This year, the site is launching a score for phone displays based on various factors such as readability, color, and motion. DxOMark says it derives this score through more than 400 subjective and objective tests. The company measures scores in six different fields: readability, color, video, motion, touch, and artifacts (other attributes of display such as notch area, flicker, and ghost touches). You can check out some of the areas of testing performed by the company in the figure below.     While sites like DisplayMate rely mostly on…

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