Galaxy S24 Ultra’s Anti-Reflective Coating Is An Underrated Feature That Should Be Marketed More

Veloz Lamma

Galaxy S24 Ultra’s Anti-Reflective Coating Is An Underrated Feature That Should Be Marketed More

Among the various features of the Galaxy S24 Ultra that the company heavily marketed, including that titanium finish, surprisingly, its anti-reflective coating did not make the cut for some reason. In the latest comparison, Samsung’s flagship has basically no competition in this space. Even the iPhone 15 Pro Max, which competes with the latest model in terms of an overall package and sports the same titanium chassis, fails miserably.

With the Always On Display mode active, the anti-reflective coating of the Galaxy S24 Ultra stands out even more

In a side-by-side comparison, various current-generation smartphones are placed right next to the Galaxy S24 Ultra, and the difference in their displays is night and day. There is no glare emanating from Samsung’s side, as TechDroider shows. In a separate comparison, with the Always On Display active on both the iPhone 15 Pro Max and Galaxy S24 Ultra, the latter shows a significantly better result.

Unfortunately, the same feature did not make it to the less expensive Galaxy S24 and Galaxy S24 Plus, suggesting that there is some cost to adding an anti-reflective coating to a handset. Then again, Samsung could have exclusively shipped the Galaxy S24 Ultra with this feature to increase its demand, as it would be a subtle move to showcase how its anti-reflective properties work without pushing it to the marketing team.

However, the benefits of this coating, especially when trying to see what is shown on the display under broad daylight, make this technology a highly underrated feature. One person on the post has commented that people who do not own the Galaxy S24 Ultra can simply purchase an aftermarket anti-reflective screen protector for their device, and the problem will go away.

While that is a solution, it should not be required, especially when these handsets retail for $1,000 or more at launch. Hopefully, several phone makers adopt Samsung’s approach and add an anti-reflective coating on their devices just like the company did with the latest flagship.

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