Anonymous, 11 Aug 2017Many people don't like amoled because is essentially developed by Samsung. Only for this those... moreMany like like amoled just because is from Samsung.
No matter how better LG's oled can be.
Many sites will say Samsung's is better.
AnonD-558092, 13 Aug 2017(AM)OLED was before the future's technology. All the advantages, wider color gamut wider than ... moreThe only issue I have with OLED is blue pixel aging, causing tint shift. Out of the box, my Note4, S6, S7, were all close enough to the 6500k not to annoy me. After few month use (since I use my phone outdoors more than I do indoors), it has ever increasing yellow tint compared to my color calibrated monitor. For this reason alone, I prefer LCD over OLED. I am more excited about micro LED displays than I have ever been for OLED. It will either push OLED technology forward or displace it. Either way it will be a win for us consumers.
Anonymous, 13 Aug 2017Ok. I'll accept this as an issue the day that lcd stops having issues like light bleed, dead p... moreYes, LCD have its share of issues too. But not limiting the user's choice of content on the screen that AMOLED screen have. I hope burn-ins get solved. We all just want to get rid of screen issues to enjoy our phones whether in a short time or for many years of use.
[deleted post]No no no.
You misspelled your name as amoled by accident.
(AM)OLED was before the future's technology. All the advantages, wider color gamut wider than most TV and PCs), reduced battery consumption, thinner, biodegradable (yaay! Green!) flexible... those that don't want it are in denial. Great theb. Stay on station. We're taking the future train. We'll also learn how to have extremely accurate colors and avoid burn-ins during the trip.
cheapsk8, 13 Aug 2017One should look at pure red (#ff0000) on LCD vs AMOLED. If you still prefer AMOLED after that,... moreCause some amoled or lcd have that value calibrated a little different?
What a childish thing to say and only try to blame on amoled.
Cheap Xiaomi casual, 13 Aug 2017I see where we differ now. We both agree that quality is the priority. But while you care abou... moreYes quality matters big time. And my point was that at equal quality the amoled tech as well has more objective advantages as well.
One should look at pure red (#ff0000) on LCD vs AMOLED. If you still prefer AMOLED after that, well I can't help you. LOL
Hm. On a side note...lcd has 154 votes while quantum dot has 1934..... 154 is supposedly 8% of the total....and in comparison to that 1934 is only 10%????
And the numbers are 61%, 20%, 10%, and 8%. That's only 99%.
The total would be 17,258 votes. Author
61% is 10,527.38 but shows 11,347.
20% is 3,451.6 but shows 3,823.
10% is 1,725.8 but shows 1,934.
8% is 1,380.64 but shows 154.
Breaksense, 13 Aug 2017As a G3 owner (coming from Galaxy S2), I'll say this. If I ever bump into the individuals from... moreI feel you. I feel like so many otherwise good phones are ruined. I mean, I love the LG G6 on paper, I love the slim bezels on a non-curved display. I don't even mind the older chipset. What kills it year after year, is the LCD display. I simply wouldn't be able to go back to such eye sore. It's even more confusing as LG is making their own OLED panels, yet using LCD on their flagship phone. I am quite sure this alone is a single factor killing their flagship phone sales. And small camera sensors.
Anonymous, 13 Aug 2017No. They are different technologies.
Even with at optimal quality the technology is differen... moreI see where we differ now. We both agree that quality is the priority. But while you care about the tech involved in delivering that quality (good for you, then), I really don't. Whoever does it better gets my nod, even if it's freaking plasma.
I also have a pragmatic attitude when it comes to phones. I think screens as just tools to convey visual data to the user.
Cheap Xiaomi casual, 13 Aug 2017So much for freedom of choice. The cops have arrived.To take you away for failing to thank this person for their favor to you? Makes sense
Cheap Xiaomi casual, 13 Aug 2017What advantage? Aren't the differences in qualities the main reason for choosing one type of s... moreNo. They are different technologies.
Even with at optimal quality the technology is different.
They will do different things. And amoled has the advantage.
Just like when people say clock speed and mega pixels don't count.
Well when all the tech or quality is on par then it's those things that will count and make the difference.
Anonymous, 13 Aug 2017And when the quality is on par between both them smiled comes out ahead objectivityWhat advantage? Aren't the differences in qualities the main reason for choosing one type of screen over the other?
If you make them have the same output, don't you effectively remove diffrentiation? So why should anyone then care, since the output will be the same anyway?
As a G3 owner (coming from Galaxy S2), I'll say this. If I ever bump into the individuals from LG who thought LCD was better than AMOLED, I'm going to punch them in the face like I never did in my life.
For your own sake don't buy phones with LCD no matter how good they are. You'll thank me later.
Sony use quantum dots or LCD? I'm confuse..
Anonymous, 13 Aug 2017Burn-ins can't be solved due to the nature of AMOLED. Organic LED will burn. We need anoth... moresony already did fixed OLED by introduce crystal OLED whic fix all problems with OLED
I really doubt the many phone buyer would care too much about saturation, contrast ratios, and other stuff people bicker about all day long. Most only care that they can see and tell apart red, blue, and black - which is taught in school and at home anyways.