The Redmi K40 smartphones have achieved an A + rating from DisplayMate, the company shared on the Chinese website for micro-blogs Weibo. The series includes the Redmi K40, Redmi K40 Pro and Redmi K40 Pro +, all three phones launched in China late last month. They are available with E4 AMOLED displays that support a high refresh rate and 1300 nits of peak brightness. DisplayMate tests and evaluates all types of displays to analyze various aspects of what makes a display good or bad.
Xiaomi led to Weibo to title through your Redmi account that you are Redmi k40 serial phones have received an A + rating from DisplayMate. According to the conclusion (Redmi k40,, Redmi K40 Pro / Pro +), produced by DisplayMate on its website, Redmi K40, Redmi K40 Pro, and Redmi K40 Pro + all have “equally consistent top-level display performance” and have received very good to excellent ratings in all performance and accuracy categories. The three phones offer “close to the textbook – perfect accuracy and calibration performance”.
The Redmi K40 series has three color modes – automatic color mode, original DCI-P3 color mode and original sRGB color mode. DisplayMate tested all three modes and found that while auto mode provided very good images, the other two modes provided excellent images. Both original modes had excellent color accuracy and excellent calibration. In some cases, auto mode deliberately shows vivid colors and deliberately higher image contrast.
The displays interrupt or coincide with 11 records of the performance of the smartphone display, which qualifies them for A + rating. This is the highest display performance rating given by DisplayMate.
DisplayMate has also been tested A little F3 along with the Redmi K40 series as it’s just a rebranded Redmi K40. The Poco F3 also received an A + rating and passed the same tests that the Redmi K40 passed.
The Redmi K40 series is currently exclusive to China, and the Redmi K40 vanilla was starts on the European market as Poco F3. It is believed that the Redmi K40 may arrive in India as the Mi 11X and Redmi K40 Pro + may arrive as the Mi 11X Pro.
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