Perfect equality between the two smartphones in the crucial area of display. Samsung’s expertise in this regard is well established, and the Korean brand proves it here. The S21 + is equipped with a 6.7-inch Amoled panel displaying 2400 x 1080 pixels, or a resolution of 394 ppi. Its delta E, that is to say the colorimetric drifts it concedes, is very low (1.8) and once calibrated, it offers an almost perfect color temperature (6736 K).
The same goes for the Apple Oled screen, a little more compact (6.1 inches) and offering a resolution of 460 dpi thanks to its definition of 2532 x 1170 pixels. Its delta E is even lower (1) and its color temperature barely higher (6810 K). In short, it’s more of the same, and we will be content to point out that the screen of the Apple device is perfectly calibrated automatically, while that of Samsung requires some adjustments. In return, you can customize it as you wish. We note all the same that the iPhone 13 is content with a refresh rate of 60 Hz, while that of the Galaxy S21 + is adaptive up to 120 Hz.