I have had AMOLED screens since 2009. I currently have 7 devices with AMOLED screens including an LG TV. I have never had a single issue with Burn-In, not on any device from Samsung, Motorola or LG. Nor any problems with Burn-Out, (half life).
It's completely fine after a year. Main reason I stick with Samsung phone is because of their display, nothing beats it.
Anonymous, 06 Sep 2015I never like amoled screen. It will have burn-in effects after a year usage.. I know those feels brau! I still have the pornhub homepage burned on to my screen after I borrowed it to my mother for a day.
PhoneViper, 06 Sep 2015This phone is great , just a shame i don't have any "Mate S" to contact. :(Please don't post sad emoticons phoneviper, we're all friends here! A/S/L ???
I am a loyal spamsung, but could be persuaded either way....
This phone is great , just a shame i don't have any "Mate S" to contact. :(
I never like amoled screen. It will have burn-in effects after a year usage..
Everybody is calling it Mate 7 successor .
But I think is actually Lite version of Mate 8 which is the successor of Mate 7 .
Due to production issue of TSMC , Huawei fail to get the Kirin 950 Soc .
So, to fill the gap they launched Mate S which has a less powerful processor , smaller in size then traditional , still a end build to keep it high end like the Mate 7 and a Top shelf product in the places of Mate 8 which they couldn't bring in time.
You can call it a high end Lite version rather then a traditional budget Lite version .
Overall it's a device by spec . Any typical person will enjoy it .
I really in love with the design of mate S but the battery is 2700!! For phone 5.5 inch I don't like it and the display why Huawei switch from IPS LCD to AMOLED!!!!! I really like the mate 7
Wooo glad Huawei put force touch on their phone before the iphone 6S comes!
Guys the phone actually doesn't have thick black borders around the screen ..
check here screen is 2.5D
vampyren, 03 Sep 2015I want removable battery! LG G4 is the only option for me.what you will be doing with it removing battery every day ? :DDD
Anonymous, 03 Sep 2015Reduce screen size give better resolution to the display and increses it ppi value. LCD displa... moreThis is not true.
There is no logical reason why Huawei is switching to AMOLED now.
I used Huawei Mate 7 (perfect IPS LCD) and the battery is great.
Even if LCD display eats more battery than AMOLED , the difference
is minimal and not worth switching to. Even Samsung Note 4 (which supposedly brighter than Note 3) not as bright as Huawei Mate 7. Moreover every AMOLED is over saturated and not as natural as a high quality IPS LCD display.