Erica Griffin : S10 + a crush noir en mode naturel, mais pas vives. S1…

Erica Griffin : S10 + a crush noir en mode naturel, mais pas vives. S1…

Erica Griffin: S10+ has black crush in Natural mode, but not Vivid. S10e turns dark gray to purple.

Erica Griffin : S10 + a coup de coeur noir en mode naturel, mais pas vives. S10e s’assombrit gris au violet.

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28 réflexions au sujet de “Erica Griffin : S10 + a crush noir en mode naturel, mais pas vives. S1…”

  1. She also says [others]( in her YouTube community have confirmed the black crush in Natural mode.

    Edit: since I’ve seen many ask how to test this, download the image from [this tweet]( and then go to a **completely dark room** (important) and turn the **brightness to 100%**. Then look for the smallest number you can see. Extremely ideally you should see until 1. The higher the number the worse the black crush.

  2. So I tested this myself and this is what I got

    – Xs Max: 2 is faint and 1 is there but I can’t see the number

    – Galaxy S10+ natural: 1 is pretty clear

    – Galaxy S10+ vivid: I can hardly see 3 and 2 is there but I can’t actually see the number.


    edit: Galaxy s10+ is Exynos

  3. I just finished up my display review for the S10 (exynos), and this is not characteristic for my unit at all. It’s somewhat reversed, and the shadow detail on my S10 is completely different.

    « Natural » goes all the way down to 1, brightly, with minimal tint, while « Vivid » goes down to 2 with a steep contrast from 3->2, higher color tinting.

    Perhaps there needs to be more unit-to-unit testing, because these differences are huge. Perhaps its panel differences between the S10/S10+/S10e, which I unfortunately haven’t had the chance to test all of, just the regular (exynos) S10.

    [Here’s the image on mine.](

    edit: i have a big hunch that there are panel differences between the snapdragon and exynos s10 variants. confirming with others rn

    **edit2**: all the info i’ve been receiving are confirming the discrete differences between the two panels. As it stands, it seems correct that the Exynos variants exhibits my findings, with the higher/light/lifted gamma in the Natural profile that goes all the way down to « 1 » in the test image, with higher contrast/crush for Vivid. The Snapdragon mimics Erica’s findings, with high clipping in the Natural profile and much smoother shadow control in Vivid.

  4. Just tested my S10+ and my Pixel 2 XL with all display modes.

    * S10+ was visible to 3 on natural mode with blue light filter. Was visible to 2 with vivid mode which automatically turns off blue filter.
    * Pixel 2 XL was clipping at 7 no matter the display mode, although boosted was slightly better than natural and saturated.

    I wouldn’t really consider that black crush since it nearly makes it all the way to 1. I knew my P2XL screen was bad, but that just made me realize just how bad.

  5. S10+, Exynos here.

    I don’t have the same issue as Erica on my screen in Natural or Vivid. Whether in a blacked-out environment or not I still am able to see up to 1 (I assume 0 is not meant to be seen). On Vivid I’m able to see up till 2.

  6. So what should I look for in the test? The numbers?

    On my S10+ on Natural I can clearly see the number 1, and on Vivid it stops at 2. I assume it means it’s better on Natural?

    Test done in a dark room with 100% brightness.

  7. S10e on vivid here. I haven’t noticed any tint in grays at low light.

    The fact that the display doesn’t have the horrendous black crush that my pixel 2 XL does is all I care about. Being able to see things properly in the dark is an amazing ability that I can’t believe I lived with for so long.

  8. I just did some testing on my S10e and don’t notice any of the purple that she’s seeing. I’m thinking a faulty unit…

    Not sure why everyone plays this up as inherent issues in the phones, the sample size of this is currently 1 and she didn’t even attempt a replacement yet. Not saying there isn’t an issue, but maybe we should wait until we have a large enough sample to determine flawed designs.

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