Harold, 27 Apr 2017Samsung like you is a failure lol..ugly phones, no proper updates, slow, useless screen That must be why Apple and other OEM want screens from Samsung you should tell them how useless Samsung are :D
Anonymous, 27 Apr 2017Again, there is no pure white, everybody perceives light differently based on the normal tempe... moreThis isn't even mentioning the brains ability to "correct" off-white tones within certain spectrums, which means your brain is actively changing white tones, to its perceived notion of what white is. Anything within the ~3000K to ~7000K range can be affected.
This also isn't mentioning color gamuts, or color space theories.
AnonD-147044, 27 Apr 2017And that is one reason why AMOLED is garbage.I agree, 100% right.
Again, there is no pure white, everybody perceives light differently based on the normal temperature (K) of light they are exposed to, as well as the temperature (K) that is on in the room they are viewing the color in question in. Any "professional" stating that a display is closest to perfect in the sense of white is measuring it to a temp of 4300K which is warm to many people (hence the yellowish tint) however 4300K IS NOT pure white.
There is no set metric to achieve a pure white measurement, it is a human perception.
Anonymous, 27 Apr 2017Since Samsung said it is natural of the AMOLED display cause red tint, I don't see you have a ... moreIPS will never be more accurate than OLED due to backlight. AMOLED happens to be the most accurate display on the market. Samsung used to make colors saturated out of the box out of choice, because most people like it. There's nothing stopping you from switching to a perfectly RGB accurate color mode.
As far as the red tint, imho it means Samsung messed up at factory calibration this year.
This is the first time ive ever read about the red tint issue with amoled. Excuses?
Anonymous, 27 Apr 2017Check XDA foruns ... Many users cant get rid of the red.. Even using rgb control... That was before the update. Check again after update. The update provide customers with a further enhanced ability to adjust the color setting to their preference. The display themselves are not defective, they are just not tuned properly.
Polius, 27 Apr 2017Still the most excellent display with manual calibration. How many phone can be color-calibrat... moreCheck XDA foruns ... Many users cant get rid of the red.. Even using rgb control...
Anonymous51, 27 Apr 2017Should be called "Super Amolred®" Well, if you read gsmarena review on S8 & S8+ you should know it is already named something like that. To be accurate, Samsung officially named it as'Deep Red' OLED.
AnonD-27765, 27 Apr 2017Highend displays (monitors, OLED TVs, iPhone 7/Galaxy S7/S8) all have whites that are calibrat... moreSince Samsung said it is natural of the AMOLED display cause red tint, I don't see you have a strong point to bashing LCD, besides IPS is more natural color than the AMOLED except the NATURAL red tint feature lol.
AnonD-481725, 27 Apr 2017... And some people are nitpicking to find a no flaw XDBro, people talk because you pay premium price for premium product. Even last year's Samsung products don't have that problem so wide spread. Hence telling that this is the nature of the OLED is not valid. I think they should work on quality more.
Anonymous, 27 Apr 2017White has to be white... White has a color temperature of 6500 Kelvin which is what the S7/S8 SuperAMOLED screens are calibrated to.
I actually can't imagine how Samsung can outdo the display of the S8 in their upcoming flagship devices. Reputable tech review sites have stated that they are already perfect.
jos, 27 Apr 2017...hahahahahahaha... Samsung still is and forever a COPIER... no doubt about that white with ... moreStill the most excellent display with manual calibration. How many phone can be color-calibrated manually? OLED will always be the best display. Easily the only display to achieve infinite contrast. Unrival by others. Name me one display better than OLED. You got nothing. Show me a red tinted S8 that cannot be fixed without recalibrating the RGB toggles. You are either ignorant or too lazy to fix it yourself.
AnonD-27765, 27 Apr 2017The S8 has a maximum brightness of 1,020 nits which is exceptional for an AMOLED display and i... moreThat is what makes me confused...
If I set full brightness for my z3+, screen goes completely white. Strong white light...
I cannot even look at it more than a few seconds...
If I set about 1/4 looks like those S8 of the picture...