I'm proud of the people here in this regard. I really didn't expect it judging by some people commenting.
Personally though, I believe the votes for LCD were simply made by people who are yet to try having a phone with an OLED display. It really isn't possible to go back to LCD after, which as of now suddenly cuts out half of the phone market. Even if you wish you could give an LG or Sony phone a try, as they see, otherwise nice, the LCD display becomes a critical factor preventing you from doing that, and you are disappointed each year that their new phones still don't have OLEDs, and wondering how is that possible. At least that's me.
regs, 06 Aug 2017No. It uses classic backlight side lamps.
http://www.ixbt.com/mobile/images/sony-xperia-xz-pr... moreSony Xperia Z Ultra (from 2013) had Quantum Dot display(=Triluminos), just Read the article.
Paul Dow, 07 Aug 2017I'm on my 4th Sony smartphone. The oldest is from 2012 and neither it, nor the others, have sc... moreWhich phone you are use?
I have 4 Samsung smartphone, S2 GW and 2 GY, the GY all suffer screen burn-in, the GW just shut down and sleep forever, the S2 display is pentile super Amoled but battery can't stay for a day.
I have my Xperia Z2 for 3 years usage, never met display problems and battery last for a day (the Z2 new phone endurance can for 1.4 day of usage and moderate usage for fully 2 days).
Nzi97, 07 Aug 2017Then explain why samsung use quantum dot display(the same techbology as sony phone display) in... moreBecause cost production problem (making OLED panel is not as easy as LCD, Sony OLED TV is limited for sale as evidence and Quantum Dots just technology but still, mostly of the QD TV is LCD even LG has QD tech in their LCD TV lineups) Samsung already invested multiple billion dollars for OLED TV, and i guess soon we will see Samsung OLED TV again.
I'm using two phones, both have 5.5 inch Full HD Display but one has IPS LCD and the other one has Super AMOLED Display.. No doubt, AMOLED Display has better contrast, deep black levels, vivid and punchy colors which I like but one demerit of AMOLED display is that they tend to get burn ins which the article has failed to mention. I don't know if it's good or not to enable bluelight filtering app on AMOLED displays. On the other hand, IPS LCD display isn't that bad. I'm perfectly fine with IPS LCD display as it's better for long term usage. Colors are a bit off, so is the contrast and black appears slightly purplish.. At the end, I pick IPS LCD for less burn in chances..
Anonymous, 07 Aug 2017trilumonos is just a marketing name of ips lcd. xreality means oversaturatedTrilumonous is their name of quantum dot, like samsung with qled
Cassy O, 07 Aug 2017BS! The XZ Premium has a worse brightness than the Galaxy S8. Every Sony fans or Samsung ha... moreThen explain why samsung use quantum dot display(the same techbology as sony phone display) in their high end tv instead of amoled
TheHater, 06 Aug 2017People seriously needs to see Sony's Triluminos displays.
By seeing, I don't mean in a pictur... moreBS! The XZ Premium has a worse brightness than the Galaxy S8.
Every Sony fans or Samsung haters should stop spreading bullshit on Samsung sAMOLED. You can't deny that Samsung display is the world's best! Yes sAMOLED might not be perfect, it has white balance issue (not viewing angle issue like some other guys said in here) but saying Xperia display is better than Samsung's, makes me laugh.
Of course there is no mention about AMOLED burn-in in the article to keep people ignorant.
LCD is the best.
OLED for me, for one single reason. Perfect black. That makes all the difference for a device you may frequently use in dark conditions.
Everything else is a bonus.
OLED displays can even be double dutied as notification lights or AODs in a more convincing fashion.
I guess burn wear is the only major concern to me.
TheHater, 06 Aug 2017It will happen no matter what, sorry troll.sorry dear stubborn kid. most people need good aftersales services. if sony cannot provide it, they will never ever beat apple&samsung domination.
BigDaddy99, 07 Aug 2017Sony's lcds have burn in issues whereas I have never seen samsung amoled burn in.I'm on my 4th Sony smartphone. The oldest is from 2012 and neither it, nor the others, have screen burn in.
[deleted post]Ok thanks for the precision. I always try to be objective in my opinions so if people get to think I'm a fanboy I would be really concerned.
ProJames, 07 Aug 2017Hum, let's get real for a second. It's a known fact that due to their nature, all OLED display... moreYeah lcds are less prone to burn in except those made by sony. I've seen A LOT OF sony made lcds burns in.
happy fanboy, 06 Aug 2017it wont happen until sony improve their crap customer servicetrue !
TheHater, 07 Aug 2017Where's your proof? Oh right. Your oversaturated AMOLED burn in Samsung phone screen has disp... moreA couple of my friends' Z3 and Z5 have screen burn in issues. If you don't trust me, google it. Oh, and bravia lcds burn in too.