Originally Posted by MohJee
Actually, they do
. It's on page 2. They've put them in a table and everything, so it must be legit, right?
Anyways, I think I figured out the disparity between the two sites. Gsmarena measured brightness at manual brightness setting at 50% and 100% setting. Displaymate measured it on Autobrightness to achieve c660 cd/m2. So, assuming this is correct, Note3 can achieve far higher brightness levels on its Auto brightness than adjusting the brightness manually.
So you trust GSMarena which don't have tool or experts to do these kind of testings over trusted corporation which main job is optimizing, calibrating, testing, evaluating and comparing all types of displays, monitors, projectors, mobile displays, HDTVs, and all display technologies, such as LCD, OLED, 3D, LED, LCoS, Plasma, DLP and CRT