Julliard, 18 Dec 2016What do you know about color accuracy? Do you know DeltaE 2000 measurement standard use to mea... moreThat's not true the Note 5 was more accurate.
Lumia 950XL, note 5 and iphone 7 are some of the most accurate. Even GSMarena reviewed it.
Straight from the iphone 7 plus review on this site
"In this respect the iPhone 7 Plus screen offers an average DeltaE of 1.3, which is class leading and so far, only the Galaxy Note5 and the Lumia 950 family were capable of such an excellent color reproduction. All individual colors stay well below a deviation DeltaE of 4 (max DeltaE is 2.7). So, the iPhone 7 Plus screen is among the few phones on the market (Galaxy Note5, iPhone 7, Lumia 950/950XL), which are perfectly color calibrated to be used professionally in color critical environment."
AnonD-278667, 19 Dec 2016But smasung has never mass produced flexible displays. Glaxy edge is not flexible mean while L... moreThe display itself is flexible if it's bent. The difference is that LG created the actual hardware that holds the display to provide give while samsung chose to keep it solid. The flex was just a bad phone and bad design. A nice little gimmick but the tech isn't there to make it useful.
Anonymous , 18 Dec 2016However Lg's G6 oled were beaten by Sony's latest Z9D series TV.According to who? Go to any video guru sites that do proper testing and calibration and you will see nothing beats LG oleds. They always win with picture quality. They lose a lot of points on value though because of how expensive it is.
But smasung has never mass produced flexible displays. Glaxy edge is not flexible mean while LG has mass produced felxible display with the G Flex.
LG G Flex=flexible display
Galaxy Edge=curved display(not flexible)
I'm still highly skeptical about flexible screens success, I think it'll be a niche product. It's looking more and more like an ambitious product that's way ahead of its time.
Cyberdux, 18 Dec 2016Samsung Makes a flexible phone first, then Apple will come along with it iFlex and say that th... moreat least tell samsung create something that will works ... dont wait apple to copy to fix it then they can copy it back and claim they already did it first...
Imagine About It ? Fold Your Phone Like A News Paper And Put it Into Your pocket What Will it looks Like ? For my opinion ? There Is No Need For them To Create A Foldable Phone However We Cannot Tell What Would Be the Result Right Even Though It Is So Suck To Look At ? If It Had A Betted Flatform Like The OS Version The Capacity Of The Camera The Proeessor And Also The Life Of Its Battery Maybe It Will Have The Best Result Than The Other Otherwise We Cannot Demand The Price Of it Since It Was Conclusive Built By 4 Companies Together I Guess It Will Have A Very High Raging Price For This Thing
You all will going to fail mark my words maybe in 2022-2025 but in next year nothing will happen
Anonymous, 18 Dec 2016Why talk about OLED? This is about LG flexible display. Flexible displays use oled.
Anonymous, 18 Dec 2016Why talk about OLED? This is about LG flexible display. And soon flexible display will be dominated by Jdi.
Dovice, 17 Dec 2016The displays have never been an issue. I have on my desk both an LG Nexus 5 and LG G3, the scr... moreWhat do you know about color accuracy? Do you know DeltaE 2000 measurement standard use to measure smartphone display color accuracy? S7 edge is the most color accurate superamoled display. Color accuracy of the screen is top notch as long as you opt for the Basic display mode. The other available modes make colors pop but they are nowhere near as color accurate as Basic (Average DeltaE 2000 of 0.8 and Max DeltaE of 1.5). For comparison, the Avg DeltaE in Adaptive mode is 7.2.
Fyi, any deviation above DeltaE 2000 of 10 is considered a highly visible error in color reproduction on the display. A DeltaE 2000 deviation between 4 and 10 is considered okay or acceptable color performance. A DeltaE 2000 deviation below 4 is considered good, but professional color calibration requires a deviation between 1 and 2. Samsung achieved deviation of 0.8 which is the most professional callibration on superamoled they ever did.
Samsung Makes a flexible phone first, then Apple will come along with it iFlex and say that they were copied. Then all the Apple fans will say "yeah everyone copied apple". And yes i'm well aware that LG already announced flexible displays earlier.
AnonD-39937, 17 Dec 2016But...why? Why should we fold our phones line a newspaper? I think it's another gimmick.Yeah. That puts you in a very small minority.
Majority of people whether they are the average Joe or tech enthusiast will flock for such devices
Dovice, 17 Dec 2016The displays have never been an issue. I have on my desk both an LG Nexus 5 and LG G3, the scr... moreSeriously? Why are so many people like you so many years behind?
Samsung has extremely well calibrated displays for accuracy.
And even before when they were more saturated it was only a calibration set. And what they were not telling you is that all those lcds were saturated and poorly calibrated too.
But that's all it ever was. Calibration.
Neither tech is "more accurate".
Unless you want to count the better contrasts abs true blacks of Amoled.
As far as color goes both can be equally accurate. It all depends on how the manufacturer decides to or is capable of making them
AnonD-39937, 17 Dec 2016But...why? Why should we fold our phones line a newspaper? I think it's another gimmick.Yeah only tech enthusiasts will buy it just like VR, unless it has a feature that we're not aware of yet.