swirly, 12 Dec 2016If there is anyone here who needs to learn how to read and comprehend, it's you.Thing only thing I'm not sure if it's if you are seriously that daft or you are doing this on purpose
Yes, the lifespan of a screen is important to me. It's not messed up when LCD can last that long. Not like some of you, I plan on keeping my phone for more than 2 years. Or course we get screens to look at images and videos. The thing is I want to do it for a longer time. That's doable with LCD.
What? No. Did you actually read my comment? Yes it is not comfortable leave the screen on full brightness indoors, but what about outdoors? Being outdoors for hours is situational, yes I know that. But it's better to have something and not need it, than to need something and not have it.
Ok. But what about icons? Aren't they considered images as well? Most of the time they are static. The app drawer icon in particular. That's why burned in app drawer icon is the most noticeable burn in on the screen, along with other icons on the dock. So now I have to shuffle them time to time to avoid burn in? That's ridiculous. I don't want to baby my device all the time.
That's your preference. I prefer it to leave the screen brightness on auto. Most accurate colors? Lol, no. The iPhone 7 duo which uses LCD, actually have the most accurate mobile screen*. Plus, most people don't enjoy accurate colors. They prefer vivid, punchy saturated colors. Burn ins seem to be rare because people don't mention it on their reviews. Burn ins only arise generally after a year or more of usage. How many people keep track of this problem? By the time burn ins on a phone start to happen, people already get distracted by its new successor. Plus, OLED has other problems other than burn ins. I have already listed a few of them in my previous posts. You're still salty about the analogy? Lol. You misinterpreted it. I didn't say anything about not driving on the road. Work on your comprehension.
Burn ins don't appear as common because people don't cover them. It's actually more common than you thought.
swirly, 12 Dec 2016"If you don't leave the screen on with static image at full brightness for hours, it won't hav... moreWTF are you arguing then? You were so worried about burn-ins, I tell you burn-ins are not common, now it's about OLED being worse than LCDs? So life span of the screen makes or breaks deals for you? That's messed up, you don't get screens to have it last long. You get screens to look at images or videos. Like I said before, you're just complaining.
So all you have going for LCD is that you don't have to "worry" about burn-in while using your phone in full brightness for extended periods of time. Except for rare cases, people don't do this. To most eyes, it's super uncomfortable to stare at screen set to full brightness. And to stare at it for HOURS!?!?!
I would hate to leave static image on LCD screen because of the backlight. I sometimes leave my computer screen on and it brightens my whole room up while I tried to nap or sleep. OLED has a lot less light pollution.
Call me nuts for sliding the brightness scale up (takes half a second) when I need to and then sliding it down after I'm done (takes half a second). But in the meantime, OLED users enjoy most accurate colours (on mobiles), better sunlight eligibility, and better contrast. You keep worrying about burn-ins that rarely anyone gets. Kind of like "there's chance of death on the road, better not drive" analogy done right.
Burn-ins are not made up claims, they happen, but they are exaggerated as in it's less than 1% problem made to sound like 10% problem.
Anonymous, 12 Dec 2016No I didn't. Learn to read and comprehendIf there is anyone here who needs to learn how to read and comprehend, it's you.
Anonymous, 12 Dec 2016And more severely exaggerated claims from you. And still acting as if lcd won't have discolora... moreSo basically you're shutting off any arguments about OLEDs' weaknesses because you think it's all exaggerated made-up claims? I'm seriously amazed by how you can get to a level this low.
I can't wait to see what's your next fallacy is going to be. :)
swirly, 12 Dec 2016"If you don't leave the screen on with static image at full brightness for hours, it won't hav... moreAnd more severely exaggerated claims from you. And still acting as if lcd won't have discoloration or death issues
Joonius, 12 Dec 2016Not really. If you don't leave the screen on with static image at full brightness for hours, i... more"If you don't leave the screen on with static image at full brightness for hours, it won't have burn-in issue."
But that's the thing. Using AM/OLED, I have to take an extra care for the screen. With IPS LCD, I can be as reckless as I want. I can leave static images on the screen. I can use wallpapers with a lot of blue in it. I can enjoy VR without the SDE. I can pump out full brightness for as long as I want. I can enjoy the bright white on the UI. All of this without the worry of burn-in.
swirly, 12 Dec 2016Yes the analogy is a bit extreme. However, the point still bloody applies. Even if OLED burn-i... moreNot really. If you don't leave the screen on with static image at full brightness for hours, it won't have burn-in issue. This issue is definitely overblown by the likes of you. Paranoid by minorities that misuse devices. People can buy OLED devices with confidence that the burn-in wouldn't be an issue within the device's lifetime.
Anonymous, 12 Dec 2016Yeah I never said that. You clearly can't read. Nice try thoughL. O. L. What a cheap trick.
You strongly implied that OLEDs don't burn-in by saying that your AMOLED devices don't have burn-ins and that my claims that burn-ins happen are "exaggerated crap" when it's not. Do you even hear yourself at this point? Plus, saying crap like this instead of actually putting forth arguments is pathetic. Honestly, I don't think you're even trying. Also, you forgot to counter my other post.
Joonius, 12 Dec 2016How is that same logic. So stupid...Yes the analogy is a bit extreme. However, the point still bloody applies. Even if OLED burn-ins are not very common, I should be cautious and aware. I don't get why this went right above your empty head...
Joonius, 12 Dec 2016How is that same logic. So stupid...Right?? Lol
swirly, 10 Dec 2016By that logic, cars accident are not very common too. So should I not be careful and aware?How is that same logic. So stupid...
Anonymous, 11 Dec 2016And yet you still only contradict facts and logical points to hear yourself rambleContradict facts? I am sorry but what facts are you bringing to our argument? You kept saying that AM/OLEDs don't burn-in. That's it. No facts whatsovever. Just pure anecdote. Face it, OLEDs burn-in. That's a fact.
swirly, 10 Dec 2016But the point still applies. I am just being cautious. It's not gonna take just a few stranger... moreAnd yet you still only contradict facts and logical points to hear yourself ramble
Anonymous, 10 Dec 2016No. It means the Omnia HD is from 2009 and still doesn't have burn in. And it's blues are stil... moreSaying that your ancient phones don't suffer from burn-in doesn't change the fact that OLEDs burn-in. This poor Nexus 6P* has burn in. It's much much newer than both of your devices.
Blowing out of proportions? Burn-in is a very real issue. Deal with it. Also, I didn't say or even undermine that LCDs don't have issues of their own. Stop putting out things I didn't say.
I very well know what I'm talking. It's you here who's talking rubbish. Do you think that being all fanboyish over the tech will make it better? Maybe OLEDs would be free of any issues today if there's nobody like you to defend each and every one of their weaknesses.
Anonymous, 10 Dec 2016Ha! Nice try. If you want a more logical and related analogy by your comment lcds don't have i... moreBut the point still applies. I am just being cautious. It's not gonna take just a few strangers online with their anecdotal points to convince me that somehow AMOLED is better than LCD. OLEDs burn-in. Their subpixels age at an uneven rate. Tiny texts become grainy because of the diamond pentile matrix. Their colour accuracy worsen with time. Stop being in denial for God's sake.
swirly, 09 Dec 2016Just because your devices never had burn-in, doesn't mean that it doesn't happen. Your point i... moreNo. It means the Omnia HD is from 2009 and still doesn't have burn in. And it's blues are still beautiful.
And the note 2 is rgb and still shining like a champ.
It means that your claims are exaggerated crap completely blowing burn it out of proportion and completely undermining that lcd has issues of its own.
In essence....you have no idea what you are talking about and dogging on are good tech for no reason
swirly, 10 Dec 2016By that logic, cars accident are not very common too. So should I not be careful and aware?Ha! Nice try. If you want a more logical and related analogy by your comment lcds don't have issues of their own to worry.
And display dying issues are dangerous on the level of car accidents. Wow lol