ProJames, 12 Feb 2017You do realize that Super AMOLED Plus is a thing, right? And it uses an RGB matrix. Super AMOLED Plus is history and obvious no longer in production due to it short life span.
1080p. I have an 1440p and it literally puts my GPU through a world of hurt. For phones.
Loaded question. You can't ask without the context of size.
< 6", 720p
Very Intelligent Community right here... FHD is the best for battery life , gaming and enough sharpness !
AnonD-520063, 12 Feb 2017I think its better to have a option for the user to switch the resolution like 4k to FHD betwe... moreLike on Sony Xperia Z5 Premium which used 1080p on daily usage and 4K for images and videos?
Anonymous, 12 Feb 2017QHD. After using it on several phones, going back to FHD feels pixelated.u must really have very good eyes ...
ProJames, 12 Feb 2017You do realize that Super AMOLED Plus is a thing, right? And it uses an RGB matrix. It was used only on Galaxy S2, but because OLED displays on RGB matrix degrade much faster than on a Diamond Pantile matrix, Super AMOLED Plus is not used anymore.
1080p is the best option, because it's sharp enough and uses less battery than bigger resolutions. 1440p and 2160p have an advantage only in VR, which I think it's not very useful in a phone(on the other hand, PC and console VR is more interesting because of the much better performance and quality, a phone can do as much as a phone can do). 720p should be left to the past, it's simply too grainy.
AnonD-39937, 12 Feb 2017Exactly, 1080p IPS has the same sharpness as a 1440p AMOLED, because the RBG matrix of the IPS... moreYou do realize that Super AMOLED Plus is a thing, right? And it uses an RGB matrix.
AnonD-114814, 12 Feb 20175inch 4k display is perfectNo, its stupid!
AnonD-52738, 12 Feb 2017lcd - full hd amoled - qhdExactly, 1080p IPS has the same sharpness as a 1440p AMOLED, because the RBG matrix of the IPS is more sharp than the pantile matrix of the AMOLED
Onyxia, 12 Feb 2017The option to change the screen resolution won't affect your battery life or performance. If y... moreactually, lower solution will remove small UI stutters and lags. Just like on PC.
Alien , 12 Feb 2017Anything above FHD (1080) is nothing but a battery and performance drainer unless you are a he... moreThe option to change the screen resolution won't affect your battery life or performance. If you have a QHD display, changing it to 720p display won't help increase your phone's battery life and performance. It just make you think as if your phone is of lesser resolution. This is because no amount of software tweaking can change a phone's hardware.
Alien , 12 Feb 2017Anything above FHD (1080) is nothing but a battery and performance drainer unless you are a he... morenougat has this feature... at least on pixel/nexus/one plus and all other custom Roms.
Anonymous, 12 Feb 2017I am an Apple user. I think it could be 1080p on the S7 because it's bigger than 5in and also ... more5.1" only :-P so not that much bigger. But bc of the battery, it should be max 720p. 2600-3000mah for 720p. 3100-4000mah for 1080p. 4000+ for 2k and 5000+ for 4k with the s7 hardware and more powerful.
Imperator Neubaticus, 12 Feb 2017Wrong on so many levels you have just proven how ignorant the mass public is. Samsung has show... moreBecause amoled is more efficient than LCD, Samsung managed to normalize the energy consumption. But u should also check graphic performance of note 4. And if you say there is sitting to lower resolution, then it's ridiculous coz better to have it FHD already
Anonymous, 12 Feb 2017QHD. After using it on several phones, going back to FHD feels pixelated.I agree 100%. All these people that said QHD isn't that much different to FHD doesn't know what they're talking about.
Sure, if you compare QHD and FHD side by side, you won't see any differene. But, if you had used QHD display regularly, you WILL notice the difference if you switch to a 1080p display.
Battery life doesn't suffer much on QHD display and maybe QHD display phone suffer a little bit performance issue, but we only talking about seconds here. So why not QHD right?
I voted QHD, but if I'm an active user of VR, I would have chosen 4K.