AnonD-111717, 03 Mar 2016i've tried Note 5/S6/Edge with all modes,
it looks weird even in the most natural mode, there... moreHa ha ha , iphone pre apologetic, they've said for ever and now they are getting it, they are here pre saying the amoled isn't ment for it, not withstanding you can set the screen from perfect to oversaturated, this type of comment is the gradual climbdown ,to a "SPECIAL"..."i" setting lol that ..of course, will set alllll iphones apart, ha ha, they er..just er ..made er amoled er.. what it always shouldve been, they er..just invented iamoled its er the way it always should have been, but er.. never could have er..been, till er..apple ..er..came along and..er.. invented it ..er. lol
Na short uncomplicated sentence covers it.
Samsung king of amoled.
regs, 03 Mar 2016There are few modes - adaptive, photo, movie and standard. None of them offers relatively clea... moreWhere is your proof? Star providing some, because you talking c***. All possible review sites including very technical ones have listed S6 and Note5 screens as the "best ever smartphone screens".. and everyday they just getting better.
There might be some defective phones.. even if it is 1000s.. they wont make more than 0.0001%. That is because Samsung makes 380million phones a year (0.0001% would be 38000). I am sure that margin of defective Samsung phone are one of the lowest from all manufacturers, especially in display department(cannot say same about batteries - I did have some issues with S3 and S4, Note3).
As well how can you prove devices from you links were not damaged, dropped, wet etc... So in the end that might not even be defective phone.
yym, 03 Mar 201624/7 in sunlight, lol, that is difficult to do don't you think, also the problem is UV, that k... moreI meant "On 24/7" and stays on display "during the day when it sunny", so heats up even further. Whenever it is UV or just heat damage I don't know, but what I know that it will never happen to averagely used personal phone.
AnonD-111717, 03 Mar 2016i've tried Note 5/S6/Edge with all modes, it looks weird even in the most natural mode, there... moreOr maybe you should check your sign, probably will find out you are colour blind?!
that is so awesome, apple you still have a year to introduce wireless charging and atleast 3 years more to make a new curve on the touch screen. cant wait for it *-* :D
iFans 2010-2015 be like: " AMOLED burns easily and colors are too saturated, IPS LCD is the best!"
AnonD-442781, 03 Mar 2016Neither is Samsung's. You can change the display into a few different modes, one being basic m... morei've tried Note 5/S6/Edge with all modes,
it looks weird even in the most natural mode, there is this weird tint to it, the more natural the mode is the weirder it gets.
maybe Super AMOLED is not meant to be not over saturated.
This was bound to happen. Personally I prefer IPS displays, but I'll get used to it
AnonD-442781, 03 Mar 2016Neither is Samsung's. You can change the display into a few different modes, one being basic m... moreThere are few modes - adaptive, photo, movie and standard. None of them offers relatively clean white.
AnonD-442781, 03 Mar 2016Does one exist for the note 5 and galaxy s5 as well? Because if it doesn't then your point is ... moreSame problem was with Note 5. Don't know about S5. There were photos of S7 with same problem.
AnonD-246723, 03 Mar 2016No. It would be call Iscreen or Ioled .http://www.j-oled.com/
AnonD-111717, 03 Mar 2016OLED on the Apple Watch is not that over saturated though.Neither is Samsung's. You can change the display into a few different modes, one being basic mode, which gives you the most accurate colours on any smartphone display.
Lazy R&D but effective production strategy, no more cost on research. So if market receive their product more expensive than Samsung, clever Apple, stupid ....
Anonymous, 03 Mar 2016Probably because it made by apple and it not oled, its retina oled with different color gamut ... more"Retina" is Apple's marketing term for a resolution high enough that someone with a 20/20 vision can't distinguish the individual dots at regular viewing distance. So every flagship Samsung phone has had a "retina" AMOLED since the Galaxy S3.
People tend to associate AMOLED displays with Samsung's over-saturated calibration, but that's not a inherent characteristic of the technology. Nokia's AMOLED displays have much better calibration, and even Samsung's newer displays are much better. Apple doesn't have a new technology for their watch, they simply use the same displays as everybody else and calibrate them in the same way everybody has been calibrating them over the past few years.