coolsauce, 03 Dec 2017People prefer OLED because of specs sheet - newer must be better. Small mobile pentile OLED sc... moreYou do realise that for TV, oled panels cost a lot more due to size. Besides since we dont watch them up close, they can get away with lesser quality panels.. phones on the other hand is an entire different story
Annas, 03 Dec 2017lcd is still leading because OLED is not a thing for monitors,laptops etcAnd i don't think oled will hit monitors and laptop anytime soon cause of the price and lifespan, not to mention the refresh rate
Except oleds have a few major problems.
A)much higher fail rate being manufactured.
B)More expensive,some of it due to A.
C)Accurate oleds realy cost a lot more.
E)Short working life/expensive to replace..
Oled, just a worse version of amoled,with even more problems.
Why do you think there are so few monitors or tv's with oled panels ?
Price and manufacturing problems..
Me,I'll stick to nice,accurate,cheap ips LCD over poxy oled every time.
lcd is still leading because OLED is not a thing for monitors,laptops etc
" But for now with Samsung, Apple, LG, Google, Huawei, OnePlus, Oppo, Vivo, Motorola, Asus, Meizu "
LOL there is no sony in the list. guess why
I like both ips lcd abd oled but colours look greater in oled and black colour in oled i have to say
super lcd and ips display on lg phones look fantastic. doesn't compare with amoled that is less sharp and oversaturated
IMO LCD is not going away anytime soon.
Except Samsung, no other can afford using oled for all devices.
Other would have to increase price of the phones at least the difference paid between oled and lcd.
The new LCD from JDI is thinner than oled, also cheaper than current LCD. More profits for manufacturers.
OLED has its advantages like power consumption and high contrast. But all limit the brightness to give it longer life.
There are only a few oled TVs. I do think oled would be good on laptops.
Micro LED / Crystal LED will kill OLED before this can kill LCD.
People prefer OLED because of specs sheet - newer must be better. Small mobile pentile OLED screens are great for general consumer that can't be bothered with the screen, colors are oversaturated on purpose and in general consumer mind that usually translates into good screen. Remember how "washed out" neutral Pixel 2 XL screen got a backlash because it was not saturated enough?
Just like when people were starring into 60Hz CRTs and were not bothered with screen flickering cause they couldn't see it or didn't care even though that made them more tired during the long sessions. In the same way they are not bothered with OLED white shifting and flickering either or yellow/blue tinting across the whole screen. Color calibration of pentile OLED requires a lot more work than LCD and even then results are so, so.
TV panels are different story, OLED has matured quite well on TV panels but it comes with a hefty price if you want proper panel which pretty much tells you that mobile OLED screens are third rate OLED technology.