MarcoK., 13 Jun 2016Meanwile my galaxy s6s screen has strong burnins :DBull. Or your plain daft, like, went on holiday like a good Pr boy, left your s6 plugged in, always on, on full brightness. Come home stick it on youtube...BAM...negative Pr story poison.
Never ever had burn in on anamoled yet, and still have em all...However do have one lcd tv that does show the windows splash screen in ghost fashion.
I love my fantastic Note 5 super AMOLED display. Nothing even comes close except Galaxy S7 of course. My Galaxy Note 3 still looks brilliant
[deleted post]Not a single review that tries to objectively measure it says it's not the best in terms of contrast, accuracy, viewing angles and sunlight legibility, and efficiency. And most who subjectively measure it also say it's the best.
Even Apple is going to start using it in 2017 iphones, and they already use it in their watches.
And of those 86 million display 81 million are on their phones - have large sales of technology launched by them.
iron wolve, 13 Jun 2016lcd have another problem like yellowish blueish sceen meanwhile oled not
and lcd can have bu... moreTo IRON WOLVE:
You are correct, I have seen yellowish tints for a fact and even blueish tints on a few LCD screens. No screen is omissible from tints or other problems.
Grey1213, 13 Jun 2016If oled is starting to be used in TVs I guess that's a sign that depreciation and burn in are ... morelcd have another problem like yellowish blueish sceen meanwhile oled not
and lcd can have burn sceen too
Thanks to Samsung's innovative oled technology, suddenly all phone maker starting to use oled screen for their phone including the rumored upcoming iPhone.
Hands down Samsung makes the best screens and best phones in the world!
If oled is starting to be used in TVs I guess that's a sign that depreciation and burn in are really a thing of the past.
Anonymous, 13 Jun 2016This means samsung wont sink like the one horse appleSamsung no words to describe ur business