TheHater, 07 Aug 2017Just because none of your smartphones with AMOLEDs got burn in, doesn't mean that the problem ... moreAnd just because it does happen doesn't mean it's a wide spread problem that is going to happen to everyone.
The difference is the were not trying to make it out that way. That it didn't happend to them so it doesn't happen. You were the one trying to name it out to be this huge thing that will absolutely happen. They just called you out
TheHater, 07 Aug 2017Just because none of your smartphones with AMOLEDs got burn in, doesn't mean that the problem ... moreTen years ago OLED suffered badly from burn in. Then Samsung figured out how to make it right, with AMOLED. You thinking it's still 2007 doesn't make you right, it just makes you a Neanderthal in an AI era.
HPe, 07 Aug 2017That is absolute rubbish.
I've only owned AMOLED display phones since the Samsung Jet, before... moreJust because none of your smartphones with AMOLEDs got burn in, doesn't mean that the problem doesn't exist.
It's like saying the Note 7 doesn't catch fire just because yours didn't. Your unit is different from another person's, regardless if they're the same exact model.
And he was saying the right thing, and you're the one that needs to do some research or even inspect them in reality as well.
If it didn't happen to you, then lucky you are, but that's not to cover up what's really an issue here.
IPS LCD is not a completely rubbish technology, and isn't completely dominated by AMOLED.
IPS LCD screens, especially the Quantum Dot from Sony and LG, offer some of the best blacks from an IPS screen. Sure it's not beating the AMOLED in that regards, but really, they get so dim enough that it can already fool you like it's an AMOLED screen technology.
And you're probably not going to view a 100% bright screen in dark lighting situations, are you?
Besides, IPS LCD screens even have better viewing angles. Sure they loose a bit of brightness, but they don't shift the color completely off like AMOLEDs would.
Try using the S8 and S8+ in reality, with the screen displaying a white content, then look at it at an angle and you will see some green hue on it.
Do the same for say the XZ Premium, and it will only loose a bit of brightness but retain the same exact color as it was showing you at the normal viewing angle.
People are so exaggerated with their screens, yet they don't know how good are they, or probably have never even tried them at all.
HPe, 07 Aug 2017That is absolute rubbish. I've only owned AMOLED display phones since the Samsung Jet, before... moreI owned Samsung: JET, Omnia HD, Wave, Galaxy 1, Galaxy 2...guess what...all had burn in...so try to smoke somebody else BOY...
Nedo, 07 Aug 2017Please don't smoke the mind of people...it is well documented that life span of AMOLED blue pi... moreThat is absolute rubbish.
I've only owned AMOLED display phones since the Samsung Jet, before Samsung even made high end Android devices and I've never had one suffering from burn in or weakening colours. Not when I had a Nokia with their inferior displays they had in their early Lumia years.
Maybe stop taking your info from some RDF infected alternative facts forum and get a real life reality check instead? :)
Bunyip22, 07 Aug 2017What rubbish. I had a GN4 with heavy use for nearly 3 years and it didn't have the slightest a... moreRubish is what some smarthead wannabe try to impose his opinion against hard scientific facts... poor kid...
Anonymous, 07 Aug 2017As opposed to the coming and color shift of lcd which is generally worseSure genius.
I am typing this with my IPS LCD 720p screen phone while looking at it at near 180° and I can still see the true colors of the screen as I am viewing it at a normal viewing angle.
Nedo, 07 Aug 2017When AMOLED life span gets better it would be AMOLED, but at this state AMOLED burn-in is way ... moreWhat rubbish. I had a GN4 with heavy use for nearly 3 years and it didn't have the slightest amount of burn in.
The only screen I've ever had problems with is a Mi Mix LCD... A dark patch that showed up on colours and greys. I doubt i will ever get another LCD phone because the washed out blacks are so poor compared with AMOLED.
imRGZ, 07 Aug 2017It's more than 2 years since i started using S6E, still no burn in.... Even my friend's last y... morePlease don't smoke the mind of people...it is well documented that life span of AMOLED blue pixels is way way too short...2+ years without burn-in it is possible if you left it idle for that period...
When AMOLED life span gets better it would be AMOLED, but at this state AMOLED burn-in is way too fast for user who wants to use phone for 1+ year...
x3mer, 07 Aug 2017Every phone manufacturer should just switch to amoled. The race is not even close.. its not ev... moreYeah, I wish we also got it in PC monitors and laptops. I am happy more and more devices are using OLED, and I hope the manufacturers will be able to perfect it quicker and switch to large scale production of mainstream but good quality OLED panels and that they will cost them less and less to make, and us less and less to buy.
I would love an OLED TV, and the LG ones have dropped in prices very significantly, but they are still relatively expensive. They are jaw-droppingly amazing though!
Anonymous, 07 Aug 2017Z3 is a lot newer than s2Do you drop your phone? Or don't close the cap tights when playing with water? I had reading the user manual before use and nothing problems even my Z2 drop many many times and crashed by metal door deep impact recently, it still fine just the tempered glass need to replace.
Every phone manufacturer should just switch to amoled. The race is not even close.. its not even a race any more.
I am a big fan of oled display, the inky blacks and vibrant colours. and from past few years amoled tech had matured very well and.
Now I am very curious to know the feed back of iphone users, cause now iphone 8 will have an oled display. i have seen all of them criticize oled till date...... lol
Anonymous, 07 Aug 2017Samsung is using LCD in their top TVs due to not having enough large size OLED panel yields. L... moreAre you live in North Korea? Sorry South Korea I mean, the Google say Sony have OLED TV