Ha ha I have used AMOLED only for over five years now on many different phones, but just for that one month I used the iPhone 7, and I voted for LCD. Why? Simple. Superb calibration out of the factory, should be extremely important for any phone having a decent enough camera. Class leading sunlight readability, I mean its so much better than my Pixel's damn it. I will take that in the blink of an eye of infinite contrast ratio thanks. A display, any display, should be without any gimmick, simple as that, HDR being one of the newest trend I see, which will vanish in matter of time.
LCD for me as of now. Pixel XL user anyway.
PS: Forgot to say, burn in is still a problem with AMOLED units I hear, I personally have never experienced it (never had any phone for more than a year anyway), but have seen more than enough reports to deduce its a real problem, so thanks, no to that.
I request to all people don't becum blind. Samsung amoled display when select basic mood then clearity of videos and photos gone, looks dull color and in adoptive mood colors are overstated, for example you wear a green or any light color shirt its looks so much green or any color looks over saturated, greenry looks very very green mean every color looks opposite of its originaity.. Do you like this type of display in which everything is fake and whole secreen looks overstated.. Now come to the point samsung is not a research company they don't know how a ideal display created, problem is 90 percent customers don't have any knowledge about display so they lime tbese type of display, sony triluminus and x_reality display is amazing, deep colors not oversaturated, and its a Research base company, sony, s approach always gorgeous and out of world, please think
quantom dot or trilominous whatever you want to call it it's still and lcd with an led back lit quantom dot is a filter between the lcd and the led that that illuminates the pixels to give better color depth nothing special about it
If and just if LCDs minimum brightness :
Was " ABOUT 2 NIT" unfortunately it wasn't too...
answer the question is really easy
LCDs R the worst scenario in dark places
LTPS LCD is not bad too
I have light sensitive eye so hate that the screens are getting brighter & the low end are even getting brighter I have to almost have the brightness slider off.
whatever. we already know there is a superior display for smartphones in all aspects including costs.
things change for larger displays such as TVs and monitors.
so many amoled and samsung fanboys. If Amoled was without problems, it would have replaced lcd completely.
Really it doesn't matter to me, as long as it supports Always-On Display and is power-efficient.
AnonD-39937, 06 Aug 2017You're wrong, Sony's Triluminous displays use Quantum Dot screens (or let's say "Q-led" as Sam... moreLol. Sony said it would develop such technology in future and incorporate it into smartphones.
Please research properly.
All of sudden, oled is great amazing no more bashing. Thanks to Samesong started the trend haha, servants always obey the master.
AMOLED ofc. Once you've tried AMOLED you'll never go back to an LCD.
amoled's (at least most of them) have a horrible ghosting (I've only tried smasung's amoled)
also they look s a little strange even at qhd (although a lot less) it's like you can see the dots instead of squares which makes it look weird.
althought it takes a year to notice but they have a burn in too. not only that but the screen gets yellowish after a while and the top bar remains the same.
It is not only display.
It is also about images being processed.
Two brands can use same screen, results will be different.
Pixel XL has the flat version of S7e's screen.
What I've heard about Sony's oled Xperia
4.096 billion colors( BT.1886/ST.2084)
RGB Blue Pixel
E ~ 0 0, 005 ( Rec.2020)
96% Rec.2020 / 100% ICD-P3, Rec.709
Amoled Better But U Have To See Other Specifications Of Smart Phones Not Just Only Display........ Any Day I Will Go For Amoled or IPS But Lower Display No Way....... Redmi Note 4, Moto E4 Plus, Honor 6x, Lenovo P2, Galaxy J7 2016, Nokia 6 Best Phones Mixtures Of Amoled N IPS :)
-NEOPHYTE-, 06 Aug 2017Surely if you're not voting for: 'Only quality matters' then you're just shamelessly fanboying???No, because life expectancy is important too. Sony quantum dot displays are supposed to last around 20 000 hours, AMOLEDS may be degrading after just a couple of thousand. A small improvement in black level seems a poor tradeoff for a short product life.
My opinion is as follow: I use Nokia since years, and the hi-end phones all have AMOLED screens. I am used to AMOLED by now and the panels on Nokia phones are of amazing quality. I also have an iPhone 6 with LCD, which is a very good display. Good colors, good saturation en good contrast for an LCD panel. Now which I prefer, that is difficult to say. I believe the iPhone's display is from Sharp, I am not sure. And it's a great display. The Nokia Lumia 930 has an amazing display as well and it is a must when using Windows due to the blacks. I like both. At this time I would say it's a tie in my opinion, but I slighty prefer AMOLED since I'm used to it.