The Samsung Galaxy A8+ (2018) sports an 6-inch Super AMOLED Infinity display with a resolution of 2220 x 1080 pixels which translates to an aspect ratio of 18.5:9. During the review process, I personally found the display to be colour accurate and vivid in most of the situations. It offers good visibility under both well lit and dim lighting conditions. During my testing of the device, I found myself carrying it a lot outside, and the display was on the point with the visibility and the brightness. I didn’t once need to adjust the brightness manually, as the device was handling it for me.
One problem I had with the narrow-bezel display used on the Galaxy A8+ (2018) was that the device still has a lot of noticeable bezels, and isn’t able to hide them as well as the Galaxy Note 8, or as a matter of fact even the Galaxy S8. Both devices have a curved display, due to which the screen rolls on to the sides and actually feels like a bezel-less display. This more or less looked like the Google Pixel 2 XL.
That aside, the display does offer users a lot of different modes which they can opt for to sooth their eyes. That is a really nice touch added by the company. The display may not be one of the best, but can hold its ground against devices like the OnePlus 5T and the Honor View 10. However, if display was your deciding factor, I would recommend that you go for the Honor View 10, which as per me has a better display overall.