As far as I noticed in the community updates, you guys want to calibrate each display with a colorimeter. So far so good, Finally some manufacturer who understand that even 100% aRGB is worthless without calibration . This way I don’t have to calibrate it by myself.
The problem is that you are calibrating the displays via software! Easily explained for everyone: This means that a program tries to change the signals for the display, so that the color difference will be compensated. This information will partly be safed in the ICC file. How good this works highly depends on the used software and display itself. In the past i did calibrate displays where almost no improvement could be achieved by calibrating it. Other display types had a deltaE max of >9 first and under 0,5 after calibrating. Everything under deltaE=1 is not really noticeable for me personally.
The problem i see after the review of the Dell Latitude is, that they did review it WITH a software calibration! They even used CalMAN for it.
Display without calibration: https://notebooks-und-mobiles.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/werk.jpg
Display after calibration:https://notebooks-und-mobiles.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/Profiliert.jpg
I really hope that you guys are aware of that and that the displays you get from sharp will be different (better hardware calibrated) than the one DELL builds in.
So far i am a big fan of the EVE V and hope to get it as soon as possible … university starts in October again
EDIT: Color accuracy won’t bother the majority of V users i guess since it really only maters in professional use. A false color temperature on the other hand…would be quite apparent. (Yes, i know that the human eye adapts to that after a view minutes)