NHZ, 14 Aug 2013i asked s.amoled not oled.IT'S STILL OLED "AM" OLED. What a ridiculous comment.
NHZ, 14 Aug 2013The standard set for LCD against a specific set of amoled?
That's a fair comparison.
LG's t... moreReally? Think before making such replies. Standard LCD as compared to Amoled. Where on Earth do you think the color accuracy of LCD came from??? Just magically happened? No. Settings, tuning, modes, and effort.
And IPS does not have a perfect white balance either nor does Triluminous. And Triluminous is saturated. Everyone says Amoled is saturated so not natural, but does not mind that LCD lacks contrast and black. Then they ignore Bravia saturation. Now that Triluminous is here and saturated it's "well Amoled is more saturated".
Anonymous, 14 Aug 2013Please do not try to stretch out to such unrealistic exaggerated things just to make your opin... moreWhy are you trying to state amoled is the most natural when Samsung themselves aren't try to do so.
Many people like punchy colors as expressed by nokia as well.
Anonymous, 14 Aug 2013Please do not try to stretch out to such unrealistic exaggerated things just to make your opin... moreThe standard set for LCD against a specific set of amoled?
That's a fair comparison.
LG's true hd IPS is not much warm due to their technology and triluminous is a isn't Because of the backlight and it also has a wider color gamut.
NHZ, 14 Aug 2013Warmer white balance is better for natural colors except a few blue hues.
How deep blacks do ... morePlease do not try to stretch out to such unrealistic exaggerated things just to make your opinion sound better.
True blacks is an advantage. If it had been the Sony screen you would be all about it...But instead you reply how much black do you need?
REAL BLACK. SOny screens do not have deep black.
And no. It's too warm a balance. I said both are off and again you have to try and make it into a stretch to suite you.
And the whole point is what's more natural or proper. THe cool one of the RGB Amoled is the most accurate/proper.
The cooler one of Movie Mode is a little cool, but not bad and very close to the mark. The standard set of LCD is a little overly warm so no more accurate.
Anonymous, 14 Aug 2013Look. You don't need to reply like that. Know what you are jumping into. Someone asked if Oled... moreWell you asked. So like I meant know what you are getting into. And if you knew that already then you were not reading my replies very well
NHZ, 14 Aug 2013OLED TVs?Sure, there are many.Look. You don't need to reply like that. Know what you are jumping into. Someone asked if Oled was so great then why are they not used in bigger displays. So I pointed out they are used in tv's now and moving on to many display types as we speak. In response to the tv's someone replied asking for an example of it used in tv.
Anonymous, 14 Aug 2013No. In Movie Mode it's green follows the 100% line while the other colors follow apx 97% accur... moreWarmer white balance is better for natural colors except a few blue hues.
How deep blacks do you need?
2012 Sony phones had blacks deep as their bezel.
NHZ, 14 Aug 2013I can't find oneJust search Oled Tv's. There is much more things in production too. If you couldn't find anything I doubt you looked
NHZ, 14 Aug 2013The realistic color mode has a greenish tinge.
It's white balance is cooler and cannot be goo... moreNo. In Movie Mode it's green follows the 100% line while the other colors follow apx 97% accuracy. It's white balance is a little cooler while LCD's is too warm. Neither has the perfect white balance.
In RGB mode it also has very accurate colors, but not quite as perfect, but also hits the most proper white balance out of all Amoled and LCD modes tested.
LCD is not natural by lacking true blacks and contrast. Amoled is not natural by being saturated. The difference is LCD cannot be as saturated nor as overall realistic with it's calibrations where Amoled can do overall both better. 97-100% color accuracy plus massive contrast and true blacks looks mountains more accurate than 0-3% more accurate colors and faded grays.
Anonymous, 14 Aug 2013No it has a very close white balance, while RGB mode has a more proper white balance than LCD.... moreThe realistic color mode has a greenish tinge.
It's white balance is cooler and cannot be good enough for someone who likes natural colors but is great if you like vibrant colors.
NHZ, 14 Aug 2013ExampleExample????
What do you want??? I said tv's are already available now in response to the question of then why are there no larger Amoleds....What kind of question/response is example??????
Quit being lazy and google it if the concept is that hard to understand
Anonymous, 14 Aug 2013Because they are. Tv's are already available now. So next?Example
Anonymous, 13 Aug 2013yea, and the screen in the S3 has the worst brightness compared to the likes of the HTC's supe... moreAmoleds technology negates majority of the brightness difference. They have bright colors, high contrast, deep blacks, and are less reflective. It takes LCD's 100-200 nits brighter to score less, the same, or just a little better. It's still one of the top outdoor performers.
Anonymous, 12 Aug 2013Triluminos is inferior to Super AMOLED, stop being stub born, AMOLED has the most vibrant colo... moreSaying the Triluminous is a flop is being just as ridiculous as these jealous fools lying about Amoled to make themselves feel better
NH Zedge, 12 Aug 2013Then why aren't they used in larger displays?Because they are. Tv's are already available now.
NH Zedge, 12 Aug 2013You maybe right but Oversaturation is not fixed in S4 ,the movie mode still has improper white... moreNo it has a very close white balance, while RGB mode has a more proper white balance than LCD.
The simple fact is that the S4 Amoled can now be more saturated or realistic to your liking. 1080p, true blacks, true colors, great visibility, saturation, white balance, contrasts, it's all going to Amoled.
It doesn't take a fanboy to understand an advantage