I have a doubt .
Ppl say LCD cant be used for VR because of refresh rate.
But Sharp makes 120Hz LCD screen for mobile.
The oled phones do not reach 120Hz.
I've also read that on developer mode you can enable 120Hz@1080p for XZ Premium.
How many Hz does oled screen have?
120 hz screen is hard to judge till you've used it for a couple of days. After that you'll never want to go back if you do anything more than making calls and sending texts. Also, I voted for punchy instead of accurate colors - I like them a bit oversaturated, reality is rather dull at times.
Anonymous, 26 Nov 2017It got accurate and punchy colors at the same time, interestingSamsung has 4 color modes, accurate (photo), cinema dinamic and adaptative.
Pixel density??? Are we living in 2012? Some people totally are...
Be Nice To Others, 26 Nov 2017Why fight and argue? MicroLED has them all.And Sony had it long years ago? man you are one of the reason why they keep on fighting
please stop trolling.
I love being teased by samsung, touches everywhere but on the usual suspects. For until I beg for more.
Power efficiency & punchy colours, as well as low minimum brightness levels. Everything else is trivial.
Accurate colours are must, in my opinion screen is perfect when it doesn't feel like a screen, iPad Pro is very close to this and iPhone X really nailed it, it's best screen i ever seen on any device.
UltimateZeroSeconds, 26 Nov 2017To me the durability is the primary, I also want the screen comfort to watching during in dim ... moreThat has nothing to do with it. That's brightness or lowest brightness
Pixel density: +500 ppi
Contrast: amoled infinite contrast ratio
Sunlight legibility: as iPhone X
Accurate colors: ok, also color modes
Punchy colors: ok, also accurate color mode.
Power efficiency: Like Super Amoled
Always-On Display: unnecessary
Force touch: unnecessary
Brightness: 1 nit min - 700 nits or more
Anonymous, 26 Nov 2017It got accurate and punchy colors at the same time, interestingThe S7 has 4 screen modes, three of which are color accurate.
I chose 120hz as that's what I want on my next phone , only it's drawback is the screen is not amoled so technically oled quality might not be there
You dont need Force Touch. All you need are apps that support tap-and-hold, for more than 90% of time you will not get anything else than that. Apps just need to support one click and hold click to get the same effect. Force Touch in real life is not so useful and its just look fancy in some situations, for daily usage you dont need more than two functions per touch.
So instead of putting power hungry toy on screen just ask nicely developers to implement touch-and-hold to their apps.