Got to love how they cherry pick what information they give.
Not all LCD screen are like what they say.
Igzo ips one can be almost identical to OLED ( beside contrast that i give it to oled they win hand down ) and even use less energy than oled.
My essential phone screen use much less than a S8 by example for similar size of screen.
PS: those igzo ips screen can also do 120 refresh rate something not possible on oled for now at least.
PS*: also no burn it on LCD.
oled is nothing but a gimmick that is making everyone one fool bcoz it doesn't shows accurate colour and punches the colour .
the phone makers like nokia,sony and xiomi which use lcd and nothing can best them
Nexus 5, 04 Dec 2017Sorry, but IPS LCDs are the way to go for graphics and designers :)I said flagship. FLAGSHIP. If LCD leading the ways in flagship that would be a shocker!
Anonymous, 03 Dec 2017It is not HMD tech. Nokia 8 probably uses the LG G5 screen. NO LG G5 display is nowhere near to it. Nokia 8 lcd display is only of its kind which is on par with high quality amoleds in sunlight legibility.
Nexus 5, 04 Dec 2017Sorry, but IPS LCDs are the way to go for graphics and designers :)Yet oled can be just as accurate... even more so as a whole because of the tech.
And lcd is generally calibrated with saturation to make it appealing.
Reality. You should try it
Anonymous, 04 Dec 2017LCD is much better than OLED. OLED's disadvantages far outweigh it's own advantages.Not in reality
Oled is dead, the future is microled.
OLED is a defective technology, when it cheapens the microled, it will disappear like plasma.
Oled is dead, the future is microled.
Oled in phones is crapmoled pentline, is a garbage vomiting
LCD is much better than OLED. OLED's disadvantages far outweigh it's own advantages.
OLED is much better than LCD from a technological perspective.
However, the worst part about it is the O.
The fact that we use Organic sourced diodes means we can't have them as accurate, as bright, as responsive, as efficient, and as long-lasting as possible.
So until we start using Synthetic diodes (SLED? mLED?), the industry will stay as it is.
And we do have Synthetics, however, they are extremely difficult to manufacture, are only produced in small quantities and extremely expensive. Once we crack the quantity problem, the other two issues should resolve themselves in time. And after that, its all about mass-production and marketing.
I feel like the thing that will make all of these obsolete is holograms.
Not primitive two-dimensional, or one sided holograms... but something akin to Star Wars.
People can wear two wrist/bracelets on each hand, and shine a "touch-air" hologram to navigate a UI, play hologram videos, and interact with virtual games in the palm of their two hands. Although, I think such a technology is at least 30 years out if I had to guess.
With all the stupid cutouts I wont be surprised Oled leading the ways in flagship. LCD should be reserved for low end phone.
Anonymous, 04 Dec 2017recently Apple will produce an LCD screen phone cheaper than the OLED Screen iphones for 2018 ... moreYou can't put "Apple", "produce" and "cheaper" in the same sentence. It's a multiple oxymoron.
Be Nice To Others, 04 Dec 2017Sorry dude but what you have said is so untrue.
Real life usage is the best thing to do, I di... moreThat doesn't change what they said.
720p is only around 300ppi give or take.
We are talking now a days phones that are 500ppi lol
AnonD-392500, 04 Dec 2017Pentile matrix is never an issue because all samsung flagships have more than 500ppi. You won'... moreSorry dude but what you have said is so untrue.
Real life usage is the best thing to do, I did.
My Asus Zenfone Max has a 720p IPS LCD display, and I compared it to my friend's Galaxy J3 2016, which also has 720p display but Super AMOLED instead.
I do like his screen a bit more, but my Zenfone Max is no slouch, like I don't feel the need to actually replace it.
But when I inspected the two screens closely, I can tell that my Zenfone Max has better screen clarity than the J3 2016. It's like something is slightly blurred out on the J3 2016's screen while on my Zenfone Max, it just looks a bit pixellated at the closest inspection, but everything is clear and can be read nicely. Oh, and it looks sharper at a normal viewing distance, too.
Diamond PenTile is just no match to RGB in terms of overall picture clarity. A 2K Diamond PenTile OLED is just as sharp as 1080p RGB IPS LCD, if not any better.
AnonD-645398, 04 Dec 2017I hate LCD DISPLAY. It looks like some kind of filter applied about the screen and the blacks ... moreYou can change display mode to basic in samsung phones which is very color accurate.
Be Nice To Others, 03 Dec 2017Later on, one would surely appreciate the smoothness of a 120Hz or higher IPS LCD. And Diamond... morePentile matrix is never an issue because all samsung flagships have more than 500ppi. You won't see any difference in sharpness between pentile matrix and normal RGB matrix no matter how close you look at it(even if you touch your nose to screen and look).