The Tab P11 Pro (2nd Gen) has an 11.2-inch screen (1536 x 2560 pixels). This is an Oled panel that lacks nothing: its refresh rate goes up to 120 Hz and its brightness is rather high (619 cd / m²). It has the merit of being correctly calibrated, once the “Natural” colorimetric mode has been chosen. We then measured a delta E contained at 3, which testifies to imperceptible color drifts, but also an average of 6647 K, very close to the video standard (6500 K).
Faced with the tablet from Lenovo, that of Samsung does not demerit, but remains behind. The Galaxy Tab S7 FE 5G is indeed equipped with a 12.4-inch screen (1600 x 2560 pixels), but in LCD technology and with a refresh rate set at 60 Hz. The panel has the merit of being very bright (928 cd/m²), good contrast (1928:1, compared to almost infinite contrast on the Lenovo device) and correctly calibrated. By default, it only concedes very discreet drifts (delta E of 4) and its color temperature is established at 6747 K. In short, here, the Oled of the Tab P11 Pro (2nd Gen) prevails over a Nevertheless effective LCD.
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