News - Reader comments

AMOLED vs. S-LCD HTC Desire screens fight it out

14 September, 2010 | Read the news | Post your comment
AMOLED vs. S-LCD HTC Desire screens fight it out - read the full textIt's time for round 2 of the AMOLED vs. S-LCD match. It's not cut-and-dry, S-LCD does well in contrast and color reproduction, though not so well when it comes to the promised lower power usage and sunlight legibility. You've probably heard - there's a nasty AMOLED shortage, which has forced...

 

Sort by:

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2012-01-06 08:04 from 9A5X - click to readper my experince Sony screens are far better than HTC

  • Reply
  • 2013-08-30 07:03
  • 9xKd

My box said that i didn't have the Amoled screen (Display said only "3,7-inch touch sensitive screen", if it's an amoled screen it should have said "3,7-inch Amoled touch sensitive screen". So I ordered the SLCD screen, which turned out to not be working. So the only reliable solution is bloodproving: disassemble your phone (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sXZqIjtFoAU) and check the serial numbers. The Amoled number is P/N 60H00287-00P, the SLCD number is P/N 60H00443.

  • Reply
  • 2013-03-08 16:54
  • mm08

What is the best one from S-LCD (which is using in HTC) and LED-backlit LCD (which is using in Sony Ericsson)...?????

  • Reply
  • 2012-01-06 08:04
  • 9A5X

Sony Ericsson Xperia series uses LED backlit LCD. So they are inferior to AMOLEDs?

  • Reply
  • 2011-05-25 10:41
  • ijyc

the AMOLED screens are manufactured by samsung - same difference!

  • Reply
  • 2010-09-22 23:04
  • pUR{

> In reply to rebel @ 2010-09-15 12:44 from 3Tw0 - click to readThe amoled screens on HTC devices were supplied by Samsung, so there shouldn't be any difference between HTC amoled and Samsung amoled screens. However Samsung nowadays uses super amoled and started supplying amoled to others only when it's own devices were equipped with the all new and superior super amoled.

  • Reply
  • 2010-09-20 18:29
  • MMZA

iphones white is light grey, their blk is dark grey.
I know cuz I have an iphone 4. its too bad they couldnt put in a samoled.

  • Reply
  • 2010-09-17 20:12
  • QScC

> In reply to [deleted post]"The iphone 4 has a light grey as black so you can see its black"

This is one of the most stupid statements I've ever heard.

I can't go back to another phone without having a S-AMOLED screen.

  • Reply
  • 2010-09-17 16:53
  • nDyX

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2010-09-15 10:20 from p7KZ - click to readPhewwww... :)
Thank you.. I was worried i might have the bad one :D

  • Reply
  • 2010-09-15 14:13
  • 4kA$

they should compare oled by samsung.htc is not the best

  • Reply
  • 2010-09-15 12:44
  • 3Tw0

> In reply to Brabuss @ 2010-09-14 14:16 from 4kA$ - click to readyou hsve amoled not slcd as they haven't started shipping yet

  • Reply
  • 2010-09-15 10:20
  • p7KZ

s amoled is better.
that is why there is a amoled shortage.
htc and apple knows it. samsung owns it. the end.

  • Reply
  • 2010-09-15 09:52
  • QScC

I don't know what you guys are looking at... doyenbut amoled looks much better handsdown

samoled (super) is no match... lcd is old tech been around for 20 years plus.... oled and amoled or bust....

  • Reply
  • 2010-09-15 04:07
  • 0dpH

XD AMOLED still wins darker blacks and real color to color ratio

  • Reply
  • 2010-09-15 03:18
  • kxUy

S-AMOLED screens have over-saturated green and red. Both colors really "pops-up" which is very distracting. Gray color becomes reddish. I hate it. Made worse with Pentile-matrix. The only thing that impressed me was the very deep black.

  • Reply
  • 2010-09-15 02:00
  • UD}E

How do I know which type of screen has my desire...pleaaaase heeeelp a buy at 1 month ago

  • Reply
  • 2010-09-15 01:57
  • 04Q%

> In reply to [deleted post]LOL. Exactly that's what all the iPhone diehards would say indeed. Unfortunately for them, any S-AMOLED or newer screen tech from Samsung will not be offered to any Apples products. I truly feel for them. lol. :)

  • Reply
  • 2010-09-14 22:47
  • q{TF

AMOLED is better for general viewing in terms of vivid brigter/darker color and who cares about zooming in to see pixels when playing back an HD movie or very high resolution images.

  • Reply
  • 2010-09-14 21:58
  • jWLb

> In reply to TC @ 2010-09-14 18:48 from n4xw - click to readI see but are you referring to the regular AMOLED or the new S-AMOLED? There's a big difference between the two. The S-LCD seems like a good alternative to the regular AMOLED and better than the TFT-LCD. Also, fyi Samsung and Sony collaborated to create the S-LCD. :)

  • Reply
  • 2010-09-14 19:06
  • q{TF

> In reply to JK @ 2010-09-14 17:48 from q{TF - click to readReading text on the Amoled screen is a pain because the my eyes constantly try to fokus on letters that always are "out of fokus". S-LCD gives a much better picture, and the "black" on the Amoled is caused by the fact that even other dark colours become black on the Amoled screen.

  • Reply
  • 2010-09-14 18:48
  • n4xw

Note: Sponsored advertising links are in green.