Im not an LG fan, but didn't they already did this with the 2nd dispaly in the V10? Just saying..
I have been using Samsung devices since 2012. On my S5, after 1 year and 4 months, the part of the display where the notifications bar sits, is slightly brighter than the rest of the display. It's very hard to tell the difference but it's there. So yeah, they don't burn in, but the display still ages which is completely natural and Samsung can't do anything about it.
Clearly copying LG V10's always on display..... and want trademark too.... I prefer LG and I'm waiting for G5!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Sad to see featured Nokia has invented years ago, but now taken by other companies like the live photos and this one.
Anonymous, 08 Feb 2016Hey kid you became Samsung engineer? Grow up stop the bsHey kid just type "Samsung super amoled burn in" in gogle and see for yourself
Wondering why samsung has not done it before, as they can make a great use of AMOLED technoloy
ECHLN, 08 Feb 2016Hello burn-in!Hey kid you became Samsung engineer? Grow up stop the bs
Well if clock would keep changing position after being in same place for some time plus clock might not be fully bright but like night clock ob S6 Edges. there will be no burn in effect
Solun1, 08 Feb 2016Burn in? You are so 2002. Samsung has the best displays in the world so there is no way they w... morei Have TAB S 10.5 which is no from 2002 and it have beautifull burn ins even without Always on display. Just used alot.
This will cause burn in, but with turn around time of 2 years (average contract) it will probably be considered "acceptable".
ECHLN, 08 Feb 2016Hello burn-in!Burn in? You are so 2002. Samsung has the best displays in the world so there is no way they would have these issues.
ECHLN, 08 Feb 2016Hello burn-in!Are you living in the Plasma era?
AMOLEDs don't burn-in lol
it is not new thing.Nokia had this feature long before and recently Motorola had fantastic active display that even leave behind the Iphone.I used 3 days Iphone 6s and got back to Moto x 2nd gen just because of the active display.It feels stupid to have a dead thing in hand.
How do you trademark something that's a competitor's feature? Nokia have Always On Display for years but Samsung want to trademark the name? That's like Samsung trademark TouchID