The only simple way to solve this is manufactures should just provide options for saturated and desaturated Colors
Realistic. We don't like the crappy oversaturated screen of S8/Note 8.
Why not both?
*cue mexican taco music*
You can ship OLED (or even LCD) displays with HDR-like punchy/vivid colours.
But leave an option in the Settings to calibrate it to accurate professional sRGB levels.
That way people will look any say "ooh shiny" and all the nerds and photographers will say "great, finally".
It's not impossible. And Samsung actually does something similar already on their Note4-S8.
Lol if i want accurate colors, i'll use my eyes. If i want a photograph with accurate colors, i'll use my dslr. It's funny how alleged "photography enthusiasts" use smartphones for taking pictures and then proceed to using filters and editing magic before showing off their final images. Hypocritical to the highest level. Besides, it's not as if photography is the main function of a smartphone.
My Z3 has option to calibrate the RGB level.
From 0 up to 255.
By default all Sony come set 0.
But when I set 255 for R, G and B colors dont change at all.
I just noticed the brightness decreases at least 50%.
vrvly, 14 Jan 2018But... most users choose phone using eyes and hands, so if its color accurate And saturated it... moreMobile = lcd / amoled
All oled for mobile have active matrix, so all can be called amoled.
TV = lcd/ oled
The TVs called LED are LCD, backlit with LED.
MicroLED/ Crystal LED right now can only be used for giant screens, +100" . Industrial/ business use...
But... most users choose phone using eyes and hands, so if its color accurate And saturated its most likely to get bought. Then there is lcd / amoled / various oled / led. Not sure about feelings of true color, but infinite black is another world. Ideal for movies like pitch black,...
Warm colors are great for senses, its like colors in sunshine, of course it great but not for price of bad colors - meaning you can boost accurate screen to be saturated, but if you got inaccurate screen, is there a boost for true colors? not
LG superfan, 14 Jan 2018Iphone X has 120ghz screenNo oled on mobile has 120HZ.
Few iPads have ( with LCD) , no iphone does.
XZ Premium, Razer phoner and a few from Sharp support 120HZ.
Not XZ Premium, another oldervarticle on Gazyechiki says X Performance , X, X Compact and XZ can do it too...
Rarely anyone would say "oversaturated" over "accurate", but in real life everyone is STUNNED with saturated Samsung screens, while accurate ones are quite "meh".
Let's just say that color accurate is sometimes lifeless.
But doesn't mean I like overly saturated color, too.
And I have to agree with one of the editor (forgot his name) that the iPhones are good exception for color accuracy. I may not like what they're doing, but their screen color calibration excellence is unmatched.
LG superfan, 14 Jan 2018Iphone X has 120ghz screenYoure wrong the touch layer on the iphone X is refreshing af 120 hz while the panel itself is at 60HZ
Dont believe me ? Look it up
Needed third item - Let me choose via settings. If I read websites or watching videos - saturated vivid colors are better. But when I'm editing photos - I need best color reproduction. That's really annoying when oem decided against me what's better for myself.
Anonymous, 14 Jan 2018No.. Mobile oled cant pass 60Hz. Iphone X has 120ghz screen
Every smartphone should have option of accurate and punchy colors
If I'm watching pictures or a movie etc I would want punchy colors
When I'm editing I would want accurate colors
I donÂ’t care to be honest , I turn my screen to minimum brightness all the time so screen tech is wasted on me, if I can see a text and call IÂ’m ok with anything thatÂ’s clear enough to read, I liked my Samsung s7 and my iPhone 7 screens about the same
What about "depends on what I'm doing" ? For text, I want vivid. For films and pics, realistic-sih
Definately accuracy, i want to see the material how it was shot, filmed, designed etc. Those people decide how the material looks.
With OLED especially red colour hurt my eyes, it looks horrible
First OLED which i like is iPhone X, it combined best of both worlds wíthout losing accuracy.