Amoled with there oversaturated colour that cause more eye strain compare to lcd. On the bright side it looks good
I prefer AMOLED, it produces excellent contrast and color than lcd. The colors looks very in amoled without oversaturating it like before. It is not perfect though, the burn in still exist, sadly, but hoping it will fix in the future (if there are any). I think amoled is the future display.
Anonymous, 06 Aug 2017I'd like to see mobile version of Crystal LED .
Does not seem possible. It will take its time, maybe 2 to 3 years from now it will finally be possible on smartphones, but surely the wait will be worth it.
It combines the major strengths of both IPS LCD and AMOLED, without their major drawbacks, which makes it the most ideal, and practically the "perfect" display technology that our generation can develop.
Inky blacks of AMOLED and incredible colors of IPS LCD makes up for a never-beem experience on a smartphone, especially if it will be 4K.
After seeing many burn ins AMOLED displays even on recent devices such as an S6 (a year ago) I actually prefer regular LCD IPS... If the quality is good enough with high contrast and good sunlight readability, then there is no contest for me...
On the other hand, if I know I will use the device for no more than a year, then Amoled would be alright
I choose high quality lcd because the colours produce are natural.
I think the answer will "AMOLED all the way", considering even Apple is heading towards it.
IPS LCD for yesterday, Quantum Dot for today, CLEDIS for tomorrow.
In short, Sony is the past, the present, and the future.