Lorde, 29 Aug 2014@Jason lol AMOLED that will turn into burn issues unlike IPS/S-LCD/TFT ScreenAMOLED burn-in is a myth. At least when you consider typical lifetime of such equipment. Never seen a trace of it on my original Galaxy S or my Note 2.
[deleted post]So, you managed to add a space or something to the username to make it look like me.
There's one thing you can't do, and that's duplicate the Encoded Location code which is posted right below every reply. Mine has been "rM3S" for as far back as I can remember.
Guess what? You're still exposed as a fake. LMAO!
this is prolly fake. the home, back and multi-task buttons are still pre-android L but yet it says that its running android 5.0.... -_-
Quite a low resolution for such display. Samsung's 8.4-inch offerings sport 2560x1600 screen (Galaxy Tab Pro, Galaxy Tab S).
LOL, antutu v5,,,, no wonder, most devices come out with flying colours.
Lorde, 29 Aug 2014@Jason
lol AMOLED that will turn into burn issues unlike IPS/S-LCD/TFT ScreenMy tft screen is suck. Bad color, bad contrast, bad view angle, all of them.
What's important on the phone is the display dude, the display. When you see the Samoled display, in your heart you'll screaming: "Wooaahh"
Lorde, 29 Aug 2014@Jason lol AMOLED that will turn into burn issues unlike IPS/S-LCD/TFT ScreenI had galaxy s, s3, and note 2. Never faced any issues in last 36 months. Skeptical aboutyour comment.
Hey, Antutu 4 is totally difference with Antutu 5 Beta 1. I ran Antutu 5 beta on MiPad and get Scored 55k.
Again those are 16:9 pictures. More likely 6'' tablet or just fake.
Lorde, 29 Aug 2014@Jason
lol AMOLED that will turn into burn issues unlike IPS/S-LCD/TFT ScreenSorry. Here in reality burn issues are not common. Just exaggerated as excuses by jealous trolls like you.
Let's fix this for you.
Amoled:Better contrast, real blacks, real whites, dimmer in dark rooms, brighter in sun light, less reflective, better response times, less space needed, less power consumed, evenly lit screens without having random bright spots, most saturated or most overall natural looks depending your own preference.
LCD:Generally less saturated, longer life span.
Yes not the Antutu v5, my Oneplus gets a score of 47,494 on v5 but only ~38k on v4
lol AMOLED that will turn into burn issues unlike IPS/S-LCD/TFT Screen
Just proving that 64-bit dual-core is the way to go. Apple and Nvidia's 64-bit dual-core is way faster than any Snapdragon quad or Samsung octa-core SoC.
Not surprising at all. Infact the score is kinda low.
Note that this is antutu 5 beta and not the usual antutu 4. AFAIK, even the galaxy s5 managed around 43-44k in antutu 5 but they only get 35k in antutu 4.