mixa, 24 Oct 2017How do you exactly know if anything of what you've written is any good? I'd say that Samsung's... moreIt's a fact. Samsung's best panels used in their flagships are rated the best by independent companies.
HuS.TeR, 24 Oct 2017OMG you're so wrong about it, Samsung couldn't take care any of the issues you are talking abo... moreIdk what you're trying to point out, but I tried so many sAMOLED-packed Samsung phones already and they do not exhibit such problems like these, not even when compared to another device with high refresh rates.
And the problem stated in the article shows the issue in an extent. AMOLEDs still have latency in pixel response, but in this one, it's just too much latency that occurred.
limafranco, 24 Oct 2017This is HTC or LG model?The XL is built by LG
Saw this issue on an old galaxy s4 also rather than saying how bad LG displays are I'm gonna say how good Samsung panels are.
I dont know but for me the quality control of 2017 flagships is lower than last year or just people nitpicking the issues, start from sammy red tinted screen, Sony camera distortion, OP jello effect, buggy iOS and now black smear screen and etc.. Companies are like rushing their production and shipments. So for the buyer better not to rush buying a phone on day one out
As an owner of a few LG phones this does not suprise me as their quality is very low. This trend of unreliable phones has been going on for many phone generations. Never again will I buy their junk.
It's nothing new, I have the same on my Samsung NOTE 3 but it's much much wors
My old Samsung galaxy s6 edge has this exact same issue. I searched the internet but I can't find any complaints about it...
Oh well, I have the Xiaomi Mi 6 now
robogo, 24 Oct 2017The problem is cost. Samsung has the priciest OLED displays on the market for a reason - t... moreHow do you exactly know if anything of what you've written is any good? I'd say that Samsung's OLEDs for similar and actually worse issues.
Sony Fanboy Bitches, 24 Oct 2017It seems Google didn't prepare enough for this device. Indeed they are still amateur at smartp... moreThe problem is cost.
Samsung has the priciest OLED displays on the market for a reason - they are the best and Samsung invested billions in their development. Also, Samsung's display manufacturing facilities are already working around the clock in order to make enough displays for Samsung and other OEMs who buy from Samsung.
LG, on the other hand, doesn't have such a huge R&D department nor the budget Samsung has, so their displays are cheaper, but also more prone to issues due to the lack of proper development.
OEMs like OnePlus can afford AMOLED displays because a) they use FHD panels, b) they don't order many panels.
Sony Fanboy Bitches, 24 Oct 2017Of course Samsung took enough care for this issue, so only others will face this problem. But... moreOMG you're so wrong about it, Samsung couldn't take care any of the issues you are talking about. Note 4, Note 5, Samsung S7 even has it and I bet new phones do, too. Cause it's the nature of organic diodes..
Imperator Neubaticus, 24 Oct 2017This never happened with any of my samsung phones: s4, note4, j7 prime, and now note8. Althoug... moreYou're such a blind person I can surely say that. I've been using Note 4 for 2 years and I've used Note 5 for 4 months. All these S-Amoled screens have this issue. The issue is about high refreshing time of diodes when there are dim. At higher brightness levels, this issue becomes less annoying.