okcn, 14 Aug 2017Hey, 10-bit color depth and sRGB guarantees better color than whatever OLED or LCD people are ... more10bit color is not a display type. It can't be better than a display type. The display type that has had the advantage of having it.
Anonymous, 14 Aug 2017Well ofc you need that after all every professional uses their phone to edit videos and photos...Hey, 10-bit color depth and sRGB guarantees better color than whatever OLED or LCD people are arguing about...
Anonymous, 14 Aug 2017Unfortunately the poll results are driven more by phone ownership type, rather than informed c... moreNo the bashing comment section is run by such people of the uninformed like yourself.
The results are because many of us can see the reality that oled tech is dwarfing lcd tech
It is a market decision cooked by phone producers. 90 percent of phone users do not know what is OLED and the manufacturers educate them that it is better so that to pay more money for such better thing and expire the sold thing faster because OLED is technically on shorter life, thus to sell more and more phones.
Anonymous, 14 Aug 2017As a G3 and G4 owner I can tell you the display is perfect and as good as the day I purchased ... more5 years I used my S2. Not one single problem. Burn-in started showing barely after 4 years.
You keep reading the internet, and let others make a choice for you.
okcn, 14 Aug 2017You all can say whatever you want but there's no phone with 10-bit color depth, calibrated to ... moreWell ofc you need that after all every professional uses their phone to edit videos and photos...
hanifbhutto, 14 Aug 2017despite more color reprpduction capacity and deep black quility the amoled panel in small sc... moreBecause a tiny low res lcd is the most marvelous thing we've ever laid eyes on
Anonymous, 14 Aug 2017AMOLED is the preferred technology for Manufacturers because it's cheaper. Don't buy AMOLED i... moreMeanwhile my note 2's screen is fine. Even my 2009 omnia hd is doing great.
So 2009-2017 is a short life span for a display you say?
Anonymous, 14 Aug 2017Actually, LED has longer durability as compared to AMOLED. Additional point is on your "o... moreThey were talking future. Just look at mid range and budget phones now in chipset, ram, resolution, cameras, and some having oled
You all can say whatever you want but there's no phone with 10-bit color depth, calibrated to cover ~100% of Adobe sRGB range...
LCD n AMOLED, both screen are good. LCD is good enough, if u use your phone just for texting, surfing and reading.
AMOLED is preferred by people who loves watching movies, taking pictures and gaming due to its colors are more realistic than LCD.
people having " display burnt" issue is because the phone brightness is too high and i'm sure u guys always use the phone while charging. when the phone is heated up, it will affect the screen too.so high brightness + phone heated up sure will burn the screen.
It was a bit of an unfair challenge for QLED - they've only just been introduced in TVs and aren't featured in any mobile phones, so there's really no way to tell weather they're any good. AMOLEDs, on the other hand, are in many flagship and mid-range devices, and at mid-range they do look more attractive than average LCD.
I chose quality matters, but I'm using AMOLED myself and loving it. It's sad LG doesn't want to make AMOLED PC monitors, but, hopefully, they'll change their mind soon.
Unfortunately the poll results are driven more by phone ownership type, rather than informed consumers.
Unfortunately Quantum Dot ( Or MicroLED tech.) is not fully developed for Mobile , yes Sony Triluminos & LG G series is quantum dot & the screen look like Apple Iphone Screen , but still on brightness & colours it has to beat AMOLED by a margin , also i have read tech. sites which talk of more room for improvement in q. dot ( have more smaller LED , better colour switching etc. making it AMOLED like ) , don't talk of IPS LCD here ( Thought its good to have on your 2nd Phone for rough usage as they are still good screens ) , even with colour dimming in 3 years i have seen OLED give better colours marginally than LCD , or may equal Quantum Dot + on colours , but 3 years is big time. It is this difference which make users select AMOLED , all colours are popping & oversaturated to life.
Iphone is no.1 in LCD , & i admire there LCD for Colour accuracy , they speak class but i would say they are Quantum Dot or Quantum Dot + grade , OLED wins if you are into Saturated. Thats why Iphone 8 is going AMOLED right.
despite more color reprpduction capacity and deep black quility the amoled panel in small screen and lo pixle capacity mostly look bad if one see vey close.
And a Part 2 to my previous post...
Both Plasma and OLED are technologies that have matured vastly over the years. Panasonic had fixed screen burn-in in their later models, but most people already made up their minds before learning this. Later model Panasonic plasmas have virtually zero burn-in (they used something called "pixel orbiting").
By the same token, Samsung OLED phones have less burn-in now than previous models, but again some consumers are of the mindset that the problem still exists.
In the end it's all about what screen you want to look at, and read on, watch videos, and for how long you'll own the device. Personally I will always take OLED over LCD even if there is a little burn-in after 2+ years. I can live with that.