Innosaint, 20 Apr 2016And what exactly is the resolution for a HDR display?The origin on phoneradar says 1080p 5.5 inch hdr screen...
Guess it wont be that powerhungry then...
Joonius, 20 Apr 2016Wtf. Most of the time I use the phone at or below 50% brightness. 1300 nits???? Just burn batt... moreI know many females who use the AMOLED display at MAXIMUM brightness setting (mine is around 30-40% mostly). They say that they like the screen to be supershiny and bright and they feel themselves good (they are all well educated people). I don't get the point (probably that's because I am a man). When the screen is supershiny, it makes me disturbed (I don't even talk about the very high power consumption of screen). 1300nits is crazy high!
Wtf do they need high nits if they can make less reflection and less brightness... It doesnt take a genius... What needs to make a perfect phone is to put entire galaxy s7, htc10, xperia x performance, G5/v10, iPhone 7, Hp elite x3, note 5, nx6p, in a 6 inch phone. Bigger screen is better fck off small screen fanboy. If ur complain bout hand size... Go for phone for hobbit
You all commenting about z5 s6 s7 x prem and etc.... Im here talking about how stupid the s line to put back button on the right bottom of the display... If you want a perfect phone go for huawei p9+ for camera or meizu pro6 for performance or vivo flagship phone for ram or just get the god damn G5 for all its greatness or just buy the perfect 10 the htc 10 with all its glory because its better than all.... All s line phone is boring and all people have it ITS TOO MAINSTREAM
adi.mane, 20 Apr 2016So
Articles that suits u are facts
And others are just opinions
When I Googled I saw majori... moreSee, you have to understand statistics
Lcd TV is forecasted to rise 2% by 2019 to 95% market share with over 200 million units sold worldwide.
Oled TV is forcasted to rise to 9 million units sold by that time, from measle 200 000 units sold worldwide in 2015., with under 5% total market share in the end...
But I seriously doubt that, because 4000 hrs lifespan of oled is just waste of TV technology,and decieving for buyers
Tann Hauser, 20 Apr 2016I believe dxo mark reputation most, and my own eyes too.
But they dont deal with counting meg... moreIf u believe dxomark most
Then the current champ is Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge sitting along with HTC 10
Tann Hauser, 20 Apr 2016It can go up to those nits, but it probably wont. The good thing is you can choose level of ni... moreI haven't seen an HDR screen in person but 16.8 million colors are too much to tell difference between
1.07 billion is out of the mark
New technology is welcome though
This screen has good contrast I liked it
But u r not trying to understand my point at all.
If u r saying so that 700 nits is perfectly fine for outdoor visibility then what's the f need of 1300 nits display bro
And I'm talking about making screens less reflective so OEMs can rely on lower brightness which in turn can increase battery life if u r outdoors most of the time
papercut, 20 Apr 2016manilashakeer? Who? I believe GSMArena much more from their reputation & credibility. Revi... moreI believe dxo mark reputation most, and my own eyes too.
But they dont deal with counting megapixels, just postprocessing of those available.
But people here love comparing crops.
Any full res shot crop from Xperia X looks better than full res shot equivalent crop from s7...
Same goes for lowlight quality it seems
Tann Hauser, 20 Apr 2016http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20160113005490/en/Research-Markets-Global-HD-TV-Market-2... moreSo
Articles that suits u are facts
And others are just opinions
When I Googled I saw majority of articles showed rise and forecasted that will rise even further
Wtf. Most of the time I use the phone at or below 50% brightness. 1300 nits???? Just burn battery for no good reason. Most people will use that at 30% brightness, then what's the point? Impressive colours and contrast, though.
Anonymous, 20 Apr 2016The Xperia design is beautiful, now I have the MM 6.0.1 update. I think HTC don't have a good ... moreXperia Z2 and and HTC one m8 were both launched in the same time frame
And they both have marshmallow now
dd, 20 Apr 2016Reviews don't show the reality. Unless i see for myself i won't believe no review by gsmarena,... moremanilashakeer? Who? I believe GSMArena much more from their reputation & credibility. Review don't show the reality? GSMArena give you full res samples, and all i can see from z5 camera is noisy & washed out.
adi.mane, 20 Apr 2016I gave the reference of Xperia P because it's display pumped up the brightness as high as 1000... moreIt can go up to those nits, but it probably wont. The good thing is you can choose level of nits with that screen. And 700 nits is perfectly visible in broad daylight, no matter the reflectivness or contrast...
But it has a billion colors instead of 16,7 million
Now that is a much more valuable asset than nit power, dont you agree?
If true, there will be no match from any amoled for that display on the market
Looks nice the first HDR Display on mobile devices.
I can't tell should i buy X Performance or X Premium.
There X Performancehas nice battery life (therefore 1080p and 5" screen but better gaming, also...can fit their jeans or jacket pockets.)
But, X Premium has nice movie watch and gaming easily focus than small screen with 5,5" and 4K screen HDR display. (there i don't have worry battery life becase increase size battery pack than small devices)
(btw, I'm using Xperia SP, *crip crip*)
adi.mane, 20 Apr 2016I Googled about oled TV market share and what I found is all of the results suggesting increas... morehttp://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20160113005490/en/Research-Markets-Global-HD-TV-Market-2015-2019
smartass, 20 Apr 2016Yes they dont match with the current level of samsung s and note series. Xperia series are at ... moreWhat on earth is wrong with people and 4gb ram? Even till now the Z5 has a better ram management with 3gb over the S7's 4gb so what's the need for the upgrade. Go buy a vivo Xplay5 Elite and get all the ram in the world.