Luxor, 27 Nov 2017The question is about screen; visually. Battery got nothing to do with it. Screen has a lot to do with battery life and if it had nothing to do with it then why is there an option for battery life, Jeez.
Big Daddy, 27 Nov 2017battery anyone? wow.The question is about screen; visually. Battery got nothing to do with it.
A great screen is something that does not suffer screen burn-in.. all of my samsung phones have burn in
Making the display close to the surface (zero gap) looks great as in iphones
the question is mis-leading! What makes a great screen?the answer is all of the options above! involved in one panel/screen!; this question is implied what makes you choose your own preffered screen! not what makes a great screen.
Anything, other than the redundant, non-nonsensical & ridiculous Force Touch!
Im Lenovo mobile user Defenitely ill prefer Eye catching punchier and cool colours than accurate and dim colours.
Honestly, I like some that are on list and some that dont appear, for me (not necessarly in this order):
- Sunlight legibility
- Power efficiency
- 120Hz (I'm used to 144Hz monitor, so 120Hz is not a bad idea)
For me these itens does count a lot:
- Lowest brightness
- Max Brightness
- Screen color uniformity from top to bottom, from left to right.
- No color banding.
- Full control over color (contrast, saturation, gamma, RGB)
Well, I never expected people prioritized sunlight legibility so much. I wont use my phone much outdoor.
Anonymous, 26 Nov 2017My S7 has all of them except 120Hz and force touch?Having both a punchy color reproduction and accurate color reproduction is a paradox. If it's punchy it's made to appear brighter than an accurate color reproduction.
Aircrackng, 27 Nov 2017Why is durability not a voting option? That is literally the most important factor of all.Are you poking on OLED screen?
Super LCD defender LOL
5.2 Full HD HDR
0 nits ( min) - 660 nits ( max)
130% or more sRGB
This is eniugh for me
Sunlight legibility is a must.
My trusty Nokia e72 has the best screen for this although the colours did become washed out the screen was viewable regardless.
Now with my note 8 I have to still say sunlight legibility and now efficient screen with accurate colors.
Sunlight legibility and power efficiency are the most important for me, better contrast is a must for watching HDR movie, sometimes i like accurate colors for viewing some real life picture, but i prefer punchy colors for game, movie etc..
Why is durability not a voting option? That is literally the most important factor of all.
You missed HDR and Color Management.
Recent OLED displays seems to have pretty much all except 120Hz refresh rate. The Diamond pixel arrangement is also inferior to plain LCD as it is less sharp for texts/lines.
The pixel density I think is most important in determining the size of the screen, other than the one I choose such as contrast, power efficiency and 120 hz, here there is no HDR 10 as comparison of large screen, 5.5-inch screen with 1,080 x 1,920 pixels is already called a large screen, even my phone with 4.5 inch screen with 480 x 854 pixels already have HDR camera, though not large screen.