AnonD-678801, 06 Aug 2017Sony's Triluminos Display is the best for me... tried AMOLEDs but I Dont like oversaturated co... moreAgreed. I miss Xperia's display whenever I switch to other brands. The transition from Z2's to OnePlus 3's screen was just painful. Now I'm on LG G6, and I still notice a difference compared to my Z5, though not as bad as the OP3. Triluminous is vibrant and punchy without the oversaturation.
Amoled display is not show true color and over brightness... Useless display..... Wait for SONY OLED INTO MOBILE.... All company going to die... Hahhaha... I love Sony Display.. . truly nature color in real life uses....
Amoled without a question.
I have on phone with Amoled, other with LCD a good one, but i really prefer those vibrant colors and contrast of Amoled (at least on a phone).
I don't fear Amoled issues, i still have old, backup Samsung Galaxy S2 and screen still looks ok to me. My friend even had Samsung Galaxy S1 and it was still ok as well.
regs, 06 Aug 2017AMOLED is a type and a brand for Samsung OLEDs. LG's POLEDs utilizing similar technology, but ... moreActuall6, P-OLED have a plastic layer between the GGx and the OLED panel. That way the only thing to replace if your screen shatter is the GG. Just wanted to precise this.
Sony's Triluminos Display is the best for me... tried AMOLEDs but I Dont like oversaturated colors, and the whites are tottaly different in AMOLED. Thats why I Choose Triluminos. Hope Sony will Continue Improving Triluminos For Future.
regs, 06 Aug 2017Yet generalizing all LCDs? TN, IPS, VA etc. There are far more differences in them than betwee... moredon't respond to my comment again if you don't know what I mean, I told you I understand what you are trying to say but I was responding to the other person, keyboard warrior
ProJames, 06 Aug 2017I don't know what you're talking about. I have a device with a Super AMOLED display and viewin... moreamoled looks redish if u view it from almost 180 degree. i tried it with my A5.
but.. in reality nobody view it from that viewing angle. so this is not an issue.
I prefer Super LCD, like on My HTC 10.. Simply superb for my eyes.. :)
Anonymous, 06 Aug 2017that is why he can't generalize all OLEDs, i know what you meanYet generalizing all LCDs? TN, IPS, VA etc. There are far more differences in them than between AMOLED and POLED.
The IPS LCD on my Moto G5 is horrible, with backlight bleed from the bottom edge of the screen! Amoled never have problems with backlight bleed!
Burn-in is a problem with amoled, but phones are not supposed to be used more than 2-3 years anyway, because the battery usually get too bad after 2-3 years, so burn-in is rarely a real problem! It is a waste of money to buy any expensive flagship that all needs to be replaced after 2-3 years!
(AM)OLED displays. They're better for media consumption and battery runtimes. However, their main weakness is to be organic. This is why eventuallt MicroLED is 5he future's technology, since it has most of the OLED panel's advantages, but without the disadvantages.
TheHater, 06 Aug 2017I tried the S8 and S8+, and he is right of what he's saying. I don't like to speak up to peop... moreI don't know what you're talking about. I have a device with a Super AMOLED display and viewing angles are excellent.
I wonder if adaptive sync will find it's way into phones.
Freesync is an open standard and could help with smoothness in certain situations.
Anonymous, 06 Aug 20171st of all about amoled is your technically lying they have excellent viewing angles. 2nd is t... moreI tried the S8 and S8+, and he is right of what he's saying.
I don't like to speak up to people who are blind, ignorant fanboys, or just haven't tested or proven what they're really saying.
OLEDs indeed have inferior viewing angles. IPS LCDs only loose just a tad bit of brightness but they retain thr same color at any angle, and compare that to no brightness loss but massive color distortion of OLEDs.
Anonymous, 06 Aug 2017IPS LCD for yesterday, OLED for today, microLED for the future
I don't care about burn-in a... moreBurn ins can be permanent mostly for smartphones.
One of my friend already told me that his S7 Edgr started getting burn ins and no matter what he does, it just remains there.
And he's not a power user btw, and he has used his phone for only 1 year.
Quality is most important.
The future should be microled, combining the lack of backlight (and therefore slimmer displays), true blacks and low brightness efficiency of oleds, with the high brightness efficiency, full rgb array subpixels of lcd. Also shouldn't have any problem getting ips colours and viewing angles in high end microled displays.
Once there practical and economical, there are zero downsides.