Anonymous, 19 Jan 2015Right.. tell yourself that. I've just used both types of screens extendedly, so I know the di... moreI guess you didn't test thoroughly , if you test with Dead Pixel Test, use the blue screen and let me know if you see any icon mark, because I had S, S2, S3, note, note2, note3, all had the mark after a year of use.
yeah, tell me that I had s2, s3, s5, note, note2, note3, all had pixel burn in status bar after a year of use, you can test with Dead Pixel Test from the apps store, try the blue screen. the you tell me if you dont see anything.
AMOLED beats LCD on all the important measurements. Turn an LCD/IPS screen on with an image of pure black, in a pitch-black room, and notice that the black is not really black. It is an off-gray. It makes your eyes tired. IPS strains your eyes. LCD/IPS pixels need a backlight, but the pixel components of an OLED produce their own light. If the target color is black, the pixel is turned off and is therefore pitch black. Reading speeds of illuminated text on black background with an OLED are at least 1.5x improved over reading with an eye-straining LCD/IPS.
Anonymous, 19 Jan 2015Right.. tell yourself that.
I've just used both types of screens extendedly, so I know the di... moreThe truth hurts you. You don't know what you're talking about.
Your arguments are jokes. You don't want to accept the truth that AMOLED is the worst display, because you bought a phone with AMOLED display. So you are biased and you're trying to justify your purchase by talking nonsense. You can lie to yourself, but you can't disprove the problems of AMOLED.
In fact, ALL AMOLED screen is going to burn in, colors degrade over time, ...
Anonymous, 16 Jan 2015OLED is just a marketing/gimmicky junk.You wouldn't be saying that if you tried one :p
Anonymous, 16 Jan 2015You're a typical customer who is misled by the marketing.
AMOLED is worse than IPS. The wor... moreRight.. tell yourself that.
I've just used both types of screens extendedly, so I know the differences between them.
AMOLED has much better contrasts, and for the latest versions, better colors as well.
The burn-in exists but is exagerated as well.. I actually had 4 devices with AMOLED screens and never had a problem.
For example, I had a Galaxy S III which I used for a year, then my wife used for a year and a half, and it still shows no sign of burn-in...
So stop talking out of your ass.. you obviously have not used them enough to know what you're talking about.
Anonymous, 16 Jan 2015We're talking about phone displays here, and the Note 4's amoled displayed was said to be the ... moreYou're a typical customer who is misled by the marketing.
AMOLED is worse than IPS. The worst thing in AMOLED is it's much shorter lifespan, the burn-in problems, colors degrade over time, ...
Dan, 16 Jan 2015QHD for me is a "no buy"! Looking forward to HTC M9 with 1080p. living in the past
Anonymous, 16 Jan 2015Wrong. The best overall display is the IPS LCD.We're talking about phone displays here, and the Note 4's amoled displayed was said to be the best overall.
What phone's IPS LCD display are you talking about.
I love IPS, all the PC monitors I had were IPS (just ordered a Benq BL3201PT monitor), though I still think Amoled is the future (especially with the recent huge improvements to color accuracy, brightness, ...).
When you compare a good IPS tablet screen like some of the Asus transformer series with the Galaxy Tab S (I have both), it's impressive how much better looking the Amoled image is.
Anonymous, 16 Jan 2015Nothing worse than Super AMOLED display.Nothing worse?
c'mon... Just take a look at a Tab S or a Note 4...
OLED is the future, deal with it.
Anonymous, 16 Jan 2015Nothing worse than Super AMOLED display.Agree. They don't last long compared to other screens out there. My Galaxy already have screenburn in after six months of use, normal usage, I don't play games and just little internet browsing, in auto screen adjustment.
Anonymous, 16 Jan 2015And the funny thing is that physiologically the opposite is true. Smaller screens *need* large... moreThe funny thing is that you're totally wrong. Smaller screends does NOT need larger PPI. And you don't keep it closer to your eyes.
Anonymous, 16 Jan 2015Nothing better than super amoled display..Nothing worse than Super AMOLED display.