Vegetaholic, 19 Apr 2019Lol, have you ever seen Oled panels? To be honest I never experiemced PWM or wahtever nonsese ... moreWhile sound research on this subject is difficult to find, what information is available appears to suggest that around 10% of people suffer notable negative effects from using oled screens of this type. This number is unacceptably high. Imagine if 10% of people experienced nausea as a result of wearing jeans. Surely other legwear would quickly become more popular. Circumstantially, I spent most of 2017 with a migraine from using a moto z play. Never again.
Anonymous, 03 Apr 2019Well, this is yet another of the many other disadvantages of the Oled panel. But you still bel... moreLol, have you ever seen Oled panels? To be honest I never experiemced PWM or wahtever nonsese its called. So as usual it is only small percentage of people affected, but millions LCD users are affected by inferior quality comparing to oled screens, and it is a fact :)
Zendroid, 05 Apr 2019I know, it's all just rumors. But just by playing with the idea, is bad. I'm actually thinking... moreJust to make sure you can restore the phone if you screw up. Otherwise, yeah, go for the root
Walter C. Dornez, 05 Apr 2019Ah I see. Though I don't think it's wise to assume that the renders are correct 100%. After al... moreI know, it's all just rumors. But just by playing with the idea, is bad. I'm actually thinking a bit about rooting my pocophone and install oxygen os on it. It seems to work smoothly, with xiaomi Oneplus. And also to get rid of most of the Google apps. Duo, photos, drive and such. It can't be disabled on pocophone.
Zendroid, 04 Apr 2019I'm mentioning the my last unit of the brand, because they all changed to edged screen. The mo... moreAh I see. Though I don't think it's wise to assume that the renders are correct 100%. After all, remember the S10 leaks? S9 bezels with a hike
Walter C. Dornez, 04 Apr 2019No, I understand that, but you said that you got rid of the OP6 because of the edged screen?I'm mentioning the my last unit of the brand, because they all changed to edged screen. The models I mentioned, was flat screen, that got changed to edged screen after the model.
An alternative to the usual PWM technique that our smartphones with OLED panels are using huh? Well that's nice, as it fixes the flickering issue that's observed when using the PWM technique. So instead of chopping up the power that's being transferred to the display panel, you're basically controlling the power itself to lower the brightness, and this should result in a more consistent flow of power, fixing the flickering issue that PWM technique causes. However, while it fixes the problem that the PWM technique had caused, it created another problem; there's a "degradation" in the colors of the OLED panel when lowering the brightness, but that shouldn't be a surprise given the fact that you're controlling the power being transferred to these self-emitting diodes. But of course, in the end, it's up to the user's choice in my opinion, as it is very likely to be an experimental feature found in the developer options
Zendroid, 04 Apr 2019I know it's still rumors, but look at the pictures of op7. It has Samsung screen. No, I understand that, but you said that you got rid of the OP6 because of the edged screen?
I had S2 and was amazed of its screen. After i got S4 - beautiful oled, but i found it rather uncomfortable to watch. I took pictures with dslr on fastest shutter and found problem - pwm. S2 didn't have it, S4 had it. After that i got S 5, and note 4 oled, all same - flicker and i found i prefer lcd of xiaomi pocophone or redmi note 5 that oled of best flagships.
So i am excited of return of flicker free oled because i would not buy another without it.
Anonymous, 03 Apr 2019IPS is dead and is now used mostly for cheap phones , once you try amoled you will NEVER go b... moreThanks to the many problems of the oled the lcd is here to stay. If it weren't for the curved screens and the under display finger scanner the shitty oled will have never got that popular.
Time will tell.
cyber, 03 Apr 2019never see a flickering on samsung amoled on whatsoever brightnes,only chinese oled crap can do... moreYou don't see the flicker because it's verry fast but that flicker brings eye fatigue.
It's not about any brand or manufacturer. The same tehnology applies to all manufacturers.
Nick1122, 03 Apr 2019I haTe edge screens.Maybe the normal p30?or hopefully the next mate 30 will have a flat screenSo you think the edge will skip a generation with edges? Mate 9 pro had, mate 10 pro didn't, mate 20 pro has. And mate 30 pro won't?
Walter C. Dornez, 04 Apr 2019Wdym with OnePlus having edged screen?I know it's still rumors, but look at the pictures of op7. It has Samsung screen.
Anonymous, 03 Apr 2019IPS is dead and is now used mostly for cheap phones , once you try amoled you will NEVER go b... moreGo to oversaturated eyebleeding colors with no pure white? No thank you. And that flickering is real, even if you don't see it it's still introduces eye fatigue.
Anonymous, 03 Apr 2019And AMOLED will die once Microled technology reach the phone's market, as it'll be before in t... moreI'm too fan of amoled but only some of the people knows what can micro led do
Finally, I can't stand the current OLED displays. I applaud OP for at least trying as many people suffer from PWM.