With iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro officially available, its OLED displays are raving around the world. Apple was quite proud of the OLED displays on their iPhone 12 line, and for good reason, apparently.
In a recently posted Youtube video, @HDTVTestVincent Teoh tested the display of the iPhone 12 Pro and compared its image quality to that of the Sony BVM-X300 reference monitor, a 30 ″ 4K OLED mastering and reference monitor that costs £ 30,000 ($ 35,000 USD, or roughly $ 50,000). CAD)!
Surprise, surprise: the X300 prevailed. Being an expensive 4K monitor used in professional videography, that was pretty much a given.
However, the iPhone 12 Pro put up the best fight of any screen that will fit in your palm, even marginally beating the X300 in a video sequence.
When testing the screen, Vincent found that the iPhone 12 Pro screen ran at 1100 nits at maximum brightness and 800 nits at full screen.
The iPhone 12 display provides a true HDR viewing experience with astonishing image fidelity, impressive color accuracy, and flawless image depth.
Additionally, native Dolby Vision support more than makes up for the lack of a 120Hz display on the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro, allowing users to capture and edit remarkable Dolby Vision 4K video, all on their phone.