Vegetaholic, 17 Jul 2017No wonder, their amoleds beyond any competitionSamsung's AMOLEDs are not beyond Sharp and JDI in technology lol, they just have much larger production capacity.
KamAbdi, 30 Jun 2017True and in fact JDI is buying JOLED's shares this year so they will make far better OLEDs tha... moreYep, and I'm excited to finally see Sony/Panasonic OLED tech hit the market, that excites me a lot more than this Samsung/LG OLED bogus.
maaen, 30 Jun 2017I will never buy a phone if I cannot remove the battery...sure, I will look at these new sexy... morehahahaha u r really s......d.....why they want nonremovable battery because they dont customer like u use phone for many2 year.... they want them to change every 2 year..... if after 2 year your battery weak and change new battery then can use as new phone ... they dont want that.....
A cup of coffee and good joke like this to start my day.
maaen, 30 Jun 2017I will never buy a phone if I cannot remove the battery...sure, I will look at these new sexy... moreWell that's you my friend!!
But, if you ask me, I'll tell you that removal battery is ridiculous and sealed batteries are better because you have a quick charge and a wireless charge from Samsung ( though it isn't true wireless). So, at the end of the day it's a matter of preferences.
I will never buy a phone if I cannot remove the battery...sure, I will look at these new sexy looking slabs ...but if the battery is non removable then there is no reason for me to buy ...I am used to external battery charging...that is never going to change...I also like to keep spare batteries...so that I am never out of power. After the Galaxy Note 4 Samsung has denied me a phone with an instantly removable battery and now I am used to not buying a new phone each year...I never wanted a Note 5 nor did I want the Note 7. Both of these phones denied me that removable battery and so the Note 8 will come and it can pass me by if it does not have an instantly removable battery....it is a simple matter to just look for a few moments and download a pdf of the user manual.
Yes, it would have been nice to buy a new phone but the Note 4 is still good for me and as a spare I also use my trusty Note 3....both phones allow me to instantly remove and charge my batteries in a properity external battery charger....nothing beats that ....never will....
So Note 8 can be as successful as it will but I will happily look and walk on by....
NotAFanboyy, 30 Jun 2017JDI has much better OLED technology than Samsung, hoping they get on the OLED boat ASAP.True and in fact JDI is buying JOLED's shares this year so they will make far better OLEDs than Samsung
Bebe Rexha, 30 Jun 2017JDI OLED will be a white color filtered OLED bulbs and as a result, will be less prone to burn... moreThat's nothing new, it's exactly what LG are using in their OLED TVs (panels that SONY s also uses for their OLED tvs).
Bebe Rexha, 30 Jun 2017In Basic Mode? Yeah in a different mode. Apple iPhones are already calibrated accurately out ... moreBut you can choose your mode based on your preferences, everybody doesn't have the same tastes, we aren't clones.
Bebe Rexha, 30 Jun 2017By how well the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus screens are accurately calibrated out of the box.Iphones now use LCD screens, not OLED screens. Apple may be able to provide accurately calibrated OLED screens out of the box, or they may follow Samsung in providing vibrant colours instead.
If LG, Apple, and Sony hops to the OLED game, Samsung will be dethroned.
Remember back in 2015 where the BlackBerry Priv's Samsung-made AMOLED display was actually more accurate with whites than the Note 5? Of course no one remembered, because it will be forgotten if it's not Samsung or Apple.
And if you believe that OLED can't be beaten, then sorry to disappoint you by telling you are wrong.
Sony has their propietary display technology named "CLEDIS" or Crystal LED Integrated Structure.
This tech costs nearly 5x less of any counterpart sized OLED panel yet offers just almost the same experience. With this, flagships can have a perfect display without costing too much.
The pixels are microscopic in size, and they don't use backlight. Again, NO BACKLIGHT, which means the pixels can turn themselves on and off by themselves, offering true blacks just like OLEDs, but the thing is that it uses a darker blackplane when displaying blacks, thus making blacks look deeper than OLEDs when both are being lit up on the panels.
While OLEDs have the efficiency on blacks, IPS LCDs still have the efficiency of whites, but not both worlds - CLEDIS is the answer. LEDs consume less power than OLEDs so it can offer supreme battery life.
A 40lux bright LED consumes about 3x less that of a counterpart OLED.
And finally, there goes viewing angles.
Nope, OLEDs don't have perfect viewing angles.
They shift to a green hue when slightly tilted, which doesn't happen on IPS LCDs.
This thing can offer full 180° viewing angle, so what else can I say?
This display technology is highly revolutionary and OLEDs simply don't have any advantages over this.
Anonymous, 30 Jun 2017Apple calibrate their screens individually, other companies do it by batch according to anandtech. Anand is literally in Apple's paycheck. They made it official a couple years ago, but it has been obvious that their "reviews" has been paid for by Apple for more than ten years. Skewing all their in depth reviews to focus on what Apple wanted them to focus on. The site is a scam.
Linas, 30 Jun 2017Said who.. where is your sources? JDI OLED will be a white color filtered OLED bulbs and as a result, will be less prone to burn in and can offer a wider color gamut that will allow for a never-seen-before HDR experience.
Sources are in Google
NotAFanboyy, 30 Jun 2017JDI has much better OLED technology than Samsung, hoping they get on the OLED boat ASAP.JDI is Sony's semi-owned display company.
Of course, Sony will always be the first to get the best display technologies in the world.
Shadocx, 30 Jun 2017Oh, cause Samsung's displays are calibrated badly when in Basic mode?
Do you even own a recen... moreIn Basic Mode? Yeah in a different mode.
Apple iPhones are already calibrated accurately out of the box.
Anonymous, 30 Jun 2017lol on what basis are you making that claim?By how well the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus screens are accurately calibrated out of the box.