Anonymous, 06 Aug 2017At 178°, you look at the back of your device.Right. I meant 88°
Claudiu.Lucian, 06 Aug 2017You're wrong, Sony's Triluminous displays use Quantum Dot screens (or let's say "Q-led" as Sam... moreNo. It uses classic backlight side lamps.
No mobile device has plasma or regular LED ( like TVs) screen.
Can someone gently tell me the technology reasons?
People seriously needs to see Sony's Triluminos displays.
By seeing, I don't mean in a picture or in a video, but in reality it is.
I saw myself the XZ Premium and just can't be further impressed of how gorgeous it is to look at.
Makes me ignore the also beautiful screen of the S8 and S8+ beside it.
ProJames, 06 Aug 2017I don't know what you're talking about. I have a device with a Super AMOLED display and viewin... moreBy excellent, I suppose it literally doesn't shift to a somewhat green color when tilted a bit.
I can't be wrong here, because I could do several research and all of them will agree with me - it's also a nature of OLED already.
TheHater, 06 Aug 2017Until they realize that AMOLEDs still haven't had their burn in problems fixed. Not to mentio... moreAmoled has already dominated, especially when the iPhone 8 comes out with Amoled. How many xperia phones have been sold? That's your answer
happy fanboy, 06 Aug 2017it wont happen until sony improve their crap customer serviceIt will happen no matter what, sorry troll.
Anonymous, 06 Aug 2017"trilominous" is an LCD lol nothing special about it it's the same one apple uses and calls it... moreApple gets their screens from LG, Sony gets theirs from JDI.
And Sony is miles ahead of the technology today. Their 2015 model is still of a higher resolution than the upcoming iPhone this year.
Wow. Such innovation. Bravo.
iPreetmalhotra, 06 Aug 2017I wonder how the world which criticised AMOLED screens for highly saturated inaccurate colors ... moreUntil they realize that AMOLEDs still haven't had their burn in problems fixed.
Not to mention how the pixels die out faster or decrease their brightness levels after a few months of use.
And IPS LCD can nearly match AMOLEDs today.
The XZ Premium is a perfect example of why AMOLEDs haven't dominated the world yet.
Anonymous, 06 Aug 2017Holographically display is the best I have ever seen Most expensive too... However, this one is truly great type of displays
Anonymous, 06 Aug 2017AMOLED ofc. Once you've tried AMOLED you'll never go back to an LCD.You mean that once you get burn in, you can never fix it anymore?
Oh, and as a smartphone geek, I've tried so many smartphones with AMOLED, the newest S8 and S8+ included, but I'm typing this on a budget 5.5" 720p IPS LCD smartphone and I still don't have the feeling that I'm actually missing something from a display that AMOLED could provide.
I vote for 5th microLED
LCD isnt going anywhere from a point
amoled has burin in and it cannot be used in devices that you use it a lot like monitors or tv, because in time the colors wash out
the future is microLED
MittMittins, 06 Aug 2017quantom dot or trilominous whatever you want to call it it's still and lcd with an led back li... moreIt's not a filter like a regular lcd, the led excites electrons in the dots, which then emit pure red, green or blue. There is a filter which determines how much of the led light gets to the dots, but the light you see on comes from the dots.
S8 has best amoled of Samsung. It has 142% sRGB.
XZ Premium has best LCD of Sony. It has 138% sRGB.
Just a small difference.
So the futere oled Xperia will probably reach a much higher value than future Note 9.
it's hard to find fhd amoled at budget phones i think only lenovo p2 have that
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.