To my knowledge, Eve V uses the same display as Dell Latitude 7285 2-in-1.
And below is a German review for the Dell Latitude 7285
(first reported by @tlaloc in One Liner Update [01.09]).
The Dell Latitude 7285 display measurements are below (translated from the above review):
Device - Dell Latitude 7285 2-in-1
Display - 12.3-inch IGZO touch screen with digitizer function, glossy, Sharp SHP1482 / LQ123Z1
Resolution - 2880 x 1920, 287 ppi
Minimum brightness - 26.7 nits
Approx. 150 nits at brightness level 4 (181 nits)
Approx. 200 nits at brightness level 5 (223 nits)
Maximum brightness - 445 nits
Maximum brightness display center (profiled) - 440 nits (441 nits)
Maximum brightness display center on battery power - 441 nits
Black value Display center (profile) - 0.145 nits (0.141 nits)
Illumination - 79%
sRGB color space cover - 99.9%
Contrast Display Center - 1:3068
Average DeltaE 2000 (profile) - 4.1 (3.4)
Maximum DeltaE 2000 (profile) - 8.4 (6.9)
Brightness control by pulse width modulation - Yes, up to brightness level 3 with 1042 Hz, no pulse width modulation above that
The display was measured and analysed with SpectraCal CalMAN Software.
The above values do not apply 1:1 to the V display as
- every V display is individually calibrated (better colour accuracy) and
- V display construction is different (antireflective surface)
But the above measurements give a very good indication what the V display is capable of.
I am sure that everyone is going to be pleasantly surprised about the quality of our display.
And the displays are day by day closer to being delivered - unfortunately there isn’t yet a confirmed delivery date, but it’s getting closer .