Jovan, 13 Aug 2016So you're talking about colour accuracy, huh? And you said 14bit color depth is great? LOL The... more14 bit depth allows for more colors than 24 bit, the same as 30 allows for 1024 tonalities of grey and 48 bit only 65 or 540. And, likely better than your living room 4K TV doesnt apply to all, but surely mid tier ones lol. Anyways, bye indeed. Get a serious technological expertise and then come back seriously.
PenBruh, 13 Aug 2016You should seriously stop instead... my points have been proven, youve been trying to find and... moreSo you're talking about colour accuracy, huh? And you said 14bit color depth is great? LOL The Note7 has full 24bit color, what do you think about that? Hahaha I'm sorry, but you're the fool here. Now to make it even clearer of how much of a fool you are, read this quote from displaymate. Cheers.
"The Galaxy Note7 has the newest Standard Wide Color Gamut called DCI-P3 for Digital Cinema Initiative, which is being used in 4K Ultra HD TVs and in Digital Cinema for the movie industry. So the Galaxy Note7 can display the latest high-end 4K video content... The measured Color Gamut of the AMOLED Cinema screen mode is a very accurate 97 percent of the Standard DCI-P3 Color Gamut, and the measured Absolute Color Accuracy is a very accurate 2.8 JNCD, which is very likely considerably better than your living room 4K Ultra HD TV." Bye now.
Jovan, 13 Aug 2016So the difference is "ONLY" in color, angles, contrast and blacks/whites? Yeah, the problem is... moreYou should seriously stop instead... my points have been proven, youve been trying to find and apply reasons as to everything i said was wrong, quite unsuccessfully, and now you are here saying blasterous things about display technology, which in fact are missing from smartphones that are the most important! Color Accuracy... no phones in this world have calibration levels near those of professional computer monitors and premium 4K televisions, Oled or Ips. Rec. 2020, 14bit color depth and other factors you wont find on a product that is mass produced for the masses is just not present so stop being a delusion fool, because one thing is oversaturating and allowing for millions of colors, and the other is allowing for hundreds of millions of colors and having hundreds of thousand pinpoint color, shadowing and reflectivity on par with real life on a 4K or higher display. And if you wanted clarification, a 4K OLED TV vs a QHD OLED smartphone (S6 Edge+) is what i used for comparison back then lol.
PenBruh, 13 Aug 2016The difference is only in color, angles, contrast and blacks/whites... what the heck are you on xD?So the difference is "ONLY" in color, angles, contrast and blacks/whites? Yeah, the problem is those are pretty much everything that determine the quality of a display. LOL Just stop.
Jovan, 13 Aug 2016You seem to not get the fact that 4K TVs are ONLY that expensive because they have such high r... moreThe difference is only in color, angles, contrast and blacks/whites... what the heck are you on xD?
PenBruh, 13 Aug 201610 times the pixel density... Literally, you must be a failure when handling eletronics if you... moreYou seem to not get the fact that 4K TVs are ONLY that expensive because they have such high resolution hence resulting a really high pixel density (for TVs) to let people still able to look at the high details even in huge screen. And regarding pic quality I did say Super AMOLED HDR display and not just any QHD one did I? Other QHD displays are only plain LCDs, you should really learn the difference.
Jovan, 13 Aug 2016Lol 4K TVs are only that expensive because their huge, do you really think that any of them wo... more10 times the pixel density... Literally, you must be a failure when handling eletronics if you think PPI will affect your detail clarity from a 4K TV and even 1080p (real world tests) at 50-70cm from your eyes and that simple math your speaking of, yeah well there is another math that points that image quality isnt affected by a display density, but affects the amount of detail you can get from an object/area close up scenes. Last time i checked a 4K OLED TV and a QHD smartphone display, the TV looked way better even tough at 50cm from my face.
PenBruh, 13 Aug 2016That comment of the year tough. "Better than any 4K OLED HDR TV" (where some have even more li... moreLol 4K TVs are only that expensive because their huge, do you really think that any of them would be more expensive than a Note7 if they were 6 inches in size? And Note7 display is 2.5K on a 5.7 inches which is like ten times the pixel density of a 4K TV on a 70 inches size, also it's a Super AMOLED HDR variant vs only OLED HDR variant on the TVs which means that the quality of pics is also much better. You really shouldn't use simple math on things like this. :)
Hmmm, 13 Aug 2016I guess the russia and Ukraine are delayed to avoid evident flop in sales. Many people there... moreNo, that's not the case. The S7 was so high in demand in Russia that carriers had to end an informal sales ban. The Note 7 will be the same.
Jovan, 13 Aug 2016You tried so hard but my point stands that you were wrong saying "Displaymate never claimed hi... moreThat comment of the year tough. "Better than any 4K OLED HDR TV" (where some have even more light and your comparing 2K to 4K and dont even mention the best manufacturer of TVs which is LG), yeah right keep dreaming. Now this is fanboyism. And like i said, i didnt try hard to prove my point and most of yours, your simply in the delusion that the Note 7 display is better than a TV that costs 8 times more and 3 times better image quality.
PenBruh, 12 Aug 2016No i dont, because i like i stated you dont need 1000 nits of brightness for HDR content. Anyw... moreYou tried so hard but my point stands that you were wrong saying "Displaymate never claimed high brightness was necessary for HDR" because they said exactly that. And they are exactly right. And also yes, you don't need over 1000nits of brightness to call an OLED display has HDR, but from your own source you gave, they actually implies that even higher than 1000nits, even up to 10,000nits, is ideal for great HDR. But since OLED displays have really deep black compared to LCDs then the minimum brightness standard for OLED displays to be considered HDR could be as low as 540nits, but that would only mean that it's a far from ideal HDR display, in other words, a really low quality HDR display. So by breaking the 1000nits barrier for OLED displays with the Note7, Samsung has actually made the highest quality HDR display, better than any current OLED 4K HDR TVs. Here's your own source take in the matter: "Currently, the Â“idealÂ” HDR standard that key players are pushing for would involve a dynamic range of 0 to 10,000 nits, which would really bring 4K TVs close to what real life looks like (the sky on a sunny day offers about 30,000 nits of brightness to the naked eye). However, in practical reality, even the latest HDR standards for premium 4K ultra HD TVs cover only 0.05 to 1100 nits, with a standard of 0.0005 nits to 540 nits of brightness in the dimmer technology of OLED 4K TVs."
I guess the russia and Ukraine are delayed to avoid evident flop in sales.
Many people there no longer could even afford it due to national currencies issues.
And, considering economy troubles there, for many it would be crazy to spend 850 eur on a phone.
Jovan, 12 Aug 2016"Displaymate never claimed high brightness was necessary for HDR"? Are you having trouble read... moreNo i dont, because i like i stated you dont need 1000 nits of brightness for HDR content. Anyways, the highlight says everything and like i said, not all sources are the same. "with the UHD Alliance standard requiring at least 540 nits." LCD need at least 1100 nits of brightness to be considered HDR, but OLED tv's only need 540 nits. And yes, you cannot claim the UHD Alliance is wrong and Displaymate is right. They probably switched between both and forgot to add that piece.
Here i say, dont be a smartass and even the best sources can be wrong, but minor errors may lead to mistakes. They got all right, but you just dont need 1000 nits of brightness on an AMOLED display to consider it HDR.
PenBruh, 12 Aug 2016Over mine? Lol, im not going to continue with this conversation with you because your basicly ... more"Displaymate never claimed high brightness was necessary for HDR"? Are you having trouble reading? lol I just gave you a quote from displaymate that says "a peak Brightness of over 1,000 nits that is needed for High Dynamic Range". You need to read the entire displaymate review on the display of Note7 carefully now before replying to me again.
Jovan, 12 Aug 2016"In order to provide HDR, the Galaxy Note7 has the required Digital Cinema DCI-P3 Wide Color G... moreOver mine? Lol, im not going to continue with this conversation with you because your basicly saying i should trust your credibility over my own. No thanks and i think it all depends from where you get your sources. Believe in whatever you want, just dont regret it later. What i said wasnt wrong anyways and Displaymate never claimed high brightness was necessary for HDR, but okay, okay.
PenBruh, 12 Aug 2016High Dynamic Range isnt directly affected by brightness, its just about balanced the contrast ... more"In order to provide HDR, the Galaxy Note7 has the required Digital Cinema DCI-P3 Wide Color Gamut, plus perfect Blacks and an Infinite Contrast Ratio from its OLED display, and a peak Brightness of over 1,000 nits that is needed for High Dynamic Range. The Galaxy Note7 can play the latest streamed mobile HDR videos, and its built-in video processor also allows it to provide an Expanded Dynamic Range for standard video content that produces an HDR-like effect."
Of course they can make mistakes, but you do understand that I'd rather rely on their assessments on the matter considering their credibility over yours any day, don't you?
Jovan, 12 Aug 2016Lol you obviously don't know anything about displaymate do you? When it comes to displays, eve... moreHigh Dynamic Range isnt directly affected by brightness, its just about balanced the contrast settings, with shadows and lighting effects par with each other to boost image acuity. Anyways, it was stated in the show floor, reviewers said its just as bright and just as vibrant as the S7 lineup, so its safe to assume that very high brightness is for HDR content only, to allow for a more pleasing experience. It would seem that HDR content is only compatible with certain platforms like Amazon HDR and Netflix, but no youtube yet sadly. Ever heard of DXOMark? Theyr pretty much like "Displaymate" for cameras, smartphone sensors and alike and they too can make mistakes. Not saying this is wrong, just dont trust 100% of the website content everytime, because you seem extremely faithful on it.
PenBruh, 12 Aug 2016Lol? No it was stated in most reviews and GSM arena even claims that. Your device and everyone... moreLol you obviously don't know anything about displaymate do you? When it comes to displays, even gsmarena have nothing on them. Their entire existence is about dissecting displays. As I mentioned before, Note7 is the first with HDR display and that can only be made possible with a very high peak brightness. So yeah, there's definitely a new tech implemented on the Note7 display, and if there's a company is capable to produce that kind of innovation on smartphone displays there would be none other that Samsung.