Redmi released today a set of videos of K40 series mobile phones undergoing screen testing. You can see the scene of the mobile phone being tested in a dark room. During the test, color blocks of various brightness and colors flashed rapidly in the middle of the mobile phone screen, and a dedicated camera collected and analyzed the colors.
Each time the color blocks on the screen are refreshed, the software on the computer side will add a new line to the list, showing the current Measured brightness and chromaticity Wait for information to make adjustments.
It can be seen from the table that the measured data and reference data will be compared during the screen toning process, and then the color difference value will be automatically generated in the Excel table. The results show that the DCI-P3 color gamut average color difference of a certain K40 mobile phone screen 0.3398, SRGB color gamut average color difference 0.3418.
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The entire Redmi K40 series of mobile phones are equipped with E4 material AMOLED screens, with a peak brightness of 1300nit, a contrast ratio of 5 million:1, a refresh rate of 120Hz, and a touch sampling rate of 360Hz. This screen has obtained 11 DisplayMate records and obtained “A + certification”.
Redmi K40 Pro+ phone will be a sale tomorrow at 10:0, equipped with Snapdragon 888 chip, 12GB+256GB storage, equipped with a 100 million pixel out-of-the-box camera, priced at $566.
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