Now about colors:
RGB Levels (compared to 6500K)
Here is individual Red Green and Blue channels values compared to what they should be to get a 2.2 gamma response at D65 / 6500K which is the industry standard for content display (web, videos)
Color temperature is mostly between 7500K and 8000K, but that's just numbers.
The most important in this graph is its linearity.
As you can see the white balance shifts to blueish in low between 0 and 15% gray.
This is because the black point of this screen (which is not black obviously) has not the same color characteristics as the other grays.
This screen doesn't really shines in this area, but its the case of most LCDs so there's nothing to worry here.
Still, it explains why dark grays look a bit blue.
Saturation Luminance graph allows to detect artificial color boosting like by an image processing
This graph shows that the luminance of colors are fairly linear. Not perfect due to screen hardware limitations, but okay.
Only notable is Greens and Yellows which are often lighter than then should. Once again it reinforce the lack of color punch, especially since its the colors our eye is the most sensitive to.
100% Saturation is pure Red/Green/Blue/Yellow/Cyan/Magenta
This graph shows how much saturated are colors which are not at 100% saturation level (every non primary or secondary colors)
This graph shows that Red and Green colors lack saturation the most.
Blue saturation is a bit higher than it should in general.
I must admit I have no explanation why Cyan saturation is measured so high. It may demonstrate the presence of some sort of processing, but probably I don't understand the graph well enough yet.
And here is finally the famous CIE Diagram.
The latest explanation for the dull color is here: you can see the gamut is a bit small compared to the reference sRGB behind.
A smaller gamut has for consequence less vibrant colors.
Blue is okay, still lacks some extend, but Red and Green extension is lacking, as perceived by naked eye.
The additional dots show the screen is not affected by any color conversion distortion.