Pixel density - Must have
Contrast - Must have
Sunlight legibility - Must have
Accurate colors - Must have
Punchy colors - Welcomed improvement
Power efficiency - Must have
120Hz - Not Needed
Always-On Display - Welcomed improvement
Force touch - Waste
S-AMOLED 1080p with 16.9 ratio and great contrast. No 2k or 4k totally unnecessary and no LCD.
r33fd, 26 Nov 2017I never heard of "pwm" on smartphones .
Mind explaining what this means ?http://laptopmedia.com/highlights/what-is-pwm-why-is-it-important-and-why-did-we-add-this-test-to-our-reviews/
Here's a good explanation. All AMOLED screens have it (Or there will be a bad burn-in, as far as i've read) and at lower frequency than any other. Few LCDs in phone use it, but at higher frequencies and usually at very low brightness only.
Razer phone with a better camera and more options or bigger base storage is my definition of the best phone
Firstly, best screen size is 5.5 inch amoled display with 534 dpi pixel density, 1080p resolution, 16.9 ratio minimal bezels is just perfect and great.
r33fd, 26 Nov 20172x more people have voted for accurate colors . But I am willing to bet that If there would b... moreOn the other hand AMOLED suffers from PWM (At very low frequency too) and i don't think a compromise with health is reasonable. Wouldn't buy a phone with an AMOLED screen for that reason.
2x more people have voted for accurate colors .
But I am willing to bet that If there would be a poll about what color more people use in their current smartphone a lot more than 50 percent would answer the default mode (which is often made with over saturated colors to look more pleasing)
I voted for punchy colors, sunlight legibility and power efficiency . This is basically the AMOLED recipe and it works .
Actually size does matter too. I wouldn't compromise with a screen less than 5.5 16:9 (Aspect ratio matters too. I'd never buy a 18:9 unless i don't have a choice).