Anonymous, 08 Feb 2016I have Samsung S4 and i see NO REASON to upgrade. Thanks.who cares?
Cyberstriker, 08 Feb 2016The Google Nexus 6P use super AMOLED display and that has burn in on the screen sometimes. Samsung SuperAMOLEDs stopped burning in back in the S3 days. Had my Note 4 since launch and no burn in, had S4 since 2013 launch and no burn in either.
The Samsung haters here seem to forget the Galaxy Note Edge's display. The beauty with Samsung is that they don't put a 2nd display, its one panel with parts that work independently as well as together when needed.
The ignorant haters will scream copycat, but Samsung did this before the V10 was even a thing. :)
Trooper, 08 Feb 2016You already posted that 30 minutes ago. Stop spamming.I have Samsung S4 and i see NO REASON to upgrade. Thanks.
Anonymous, 08 Feb 2016AlwaysFailDesign copyright by Samsung !You already posted that 30 minutes ago. Stop spamming.
Bizo, 08 Feb 2016I have been using Samsung devices since 2012. On my S5, after 1 year and 4 months, the part of... moreThat is in fact burn in, or... each AMOLED-pixel has a limited life span... the brighter the pixel lights up, the faster it goes through it's life span, this makes some parts of screens brighter, or dimmer than others. On an Note 3 that i had, you could see the letters from the keyboard as an overlay on everything you did, its because the keyboard letters are dark, and the buttons for the letter is white, that makes the white ones burn through faster and the darker areas has less used pixels so they end up beeing brighter. This is typical for AMOLED and thats why i would never buy a AMOLED phone again, its happened on every AMOLED screen i've had, and just google new s6, s6edge, nexus 6p and so on... even new LG tv:s burn in, its a shit technology just like Plasma was.
Seriously guys is there anything about S7 and Edge that didn't leaked out? wondering what they want to "officially" announce on unveiling day! since in order to hype the upcoming device certain amount of info and leaks comes intentionally from manufacturer(s), I think they doing so a little too much! (just saying.)
I had this "always on display" functionality already five years ago in my Nokia N8. It's awesome, I still use the N8 as a secondary home telephone. It's always on and running well. The battery lasts still six days without charging. A hell-yeah phone!
why not having an upside down phone? it will be more useful or practical
As I said before many of the current smartphone companies are copying and stealing technologies developed primarily by Nokia. Nokia was always nice to competitors but Nokia should sue them all for big money. These stealers claim that technology developed by someone else is their. Many technologies are also stolen by Apple but I don't know was Nokia doing anything about it.
No idea anyone had a burn in issues. Well, seems more like in older displays though, I bet S7 models will have less of these problems. I had a different type of problem with Samsung´s Galaxy devices (no matter what budget category) - they randomly forget Wi-Fi passwords.
Anonymous, 08 Feb 2016Are you living in the Plasma era? AMOLEDs don't burn-in lolThe Google Nexus 6P use super AMOLED display and that has burn in on the screen sometimes.
Alien, 08 Feb 2016Im not an LG fan, but didn't they already did this with the 2nd dispaly in the V10? Just saying.. ur right!
"This is expected to function in a similar fashion to what we've first seen from Nokia Windows Phones a few years ago" Come on. Symbian phones with AMOLED had this years before!