ZloiYuri, 06 Jan 2018The most funny part of thieir nonsences is "Black is black!" It's so ridicu;ous actually! You ... moreIf they argue about black-black get back at them with white-white, I bet these Oled screens can't without getting blue/green/red tint issues.
Anonymous, 05 Jan 2018And that's the reason why I, as a poweruser, avoid OLED displays like the plague. It's funny b... moreThe most funny part of thieir nonsences is "Black is black!" It's so ridicu;ous actually! You see real blacks only at turned off screens. Otherwise you have to see information. And it's definitely NOT black.
Second disappointment of amoieds to me - is still noticable refresh rate. It's visible. Doesn't matter somebody don't able to see this. I read quickly and amoled screens literally irritating my eyes due to flickering effect.
Anonymous, 05 Jan 2018Sounds like "we're adjusting the max. brightness according to your battery condition" lolLmao.... I see what you did there. Well done sir.
And that's the reason why I, as a poweruser, avoid OLED displays like the plague. It's funny because fanboys will always say how they got this under control, that burn or wear in isn't a problem with OLED displays anymore, but infact it's just as bad as it was 6 years ago. It's just due to the way the technology works. Too bad people don't care about quality anymore nowadays, they will just buy OLED phones because they think it's the best while it's actually the worst. We finally need microLED.
Ng, 05 Jan 2018Samsung J3 Prime? It's the J3 Emerge for Canada. SD425 variant
occasionally used Galaxy s2 amoled display still going strong after many years of abuse.
I wanted the Pixel bad this year. It is so capable and dig the eco system and separate chip for awesome image processing. I just wish, the glass to back frame had a smoother transition instead of that sharp edge.