Yep, even my Lenovo uses Samsung OLED panel ^^
I was expecting it to be dimmer though at lowest brightness, I wish it can go lower (I do use 3rd party filter app for this)
But what I really want is reducing the flashes whenever the screen displays sudden brightness (filter reduces light output across the whole panel, not for sudden flashes :/)
If you use galaxy phones from last 3 years, all models had tint and hue adjustments to your taste. You donÂ’t like blue tint? Slide the adjust panel
AnharmA, 18 Jun 2019I haven't tried the HDR10+ content. About lesser blue light, my eyes are less tired when using... moreIn all honesty, they're finally nailing the fundamentals of the panel. Color accuracy, lesser blue light emission, and a bright panel is what makes it one of the best panels. The only thing to improve would be refresh rate and burn in reduction
123, 17 Jun 2019Because they cannot dominant over Huawei phones, they make advertising out of ? Producing disp... moreI have no idea what you typed there because it's incoherent. You seriously think Samsung can't compete? Do you live under a rock?
The Galaxy S10+ will take HDR10 from Netflix and HDR10+ from Amazon Prime Video, while the Xperia doesn't do '+' and only works with HDR10.
The Xperia, however, will stream in full 4K resolution, while the S10+ is limited to 1080p. Neither supports Dolby Vision content.
Dolanescu, 18 Jun 2019Where are Apple and Huawei? The tech giants...?Hahah... They are Busy Innovating and Inventing...... the Wheel!! ;)
Dolanescu, 18 Jun 2019Where are Apple and Huawei? The tech giants...?they do not manufacture displays
Cir90, 17 Jun 201990% use mid-range low resolution crapmoledsXperia 1 and XZ3 also use the same technology that you call crap. Joke's on you.
Anonymous, 18 Jun 2019Nice explanation, what about Optic AMOLED and how is it different from say AMOLED and Super AMOLED?Optic AMOLED is an adjusted varient of Super AMOLED. Adjusted in color accuracy, contrast, etc... bringing it more true to life. It won't produce much punchier colors as Super AMOLED does. So the word "Optic" is just a rebranded name.
GrandMaster, 17 Jun 2019The name is basically just a marketing term. Technically the difference is, Dynamic AMOLED is ... moreNice explanation, what about Optic AMOLED and how is it different from say AMOLED and Super AMOLED?
anonymous, 18 Jun 2019No, XZ3 either used LG or the one from Panasonic panel.XZ3 used a LG screen. Panasonic doesn't make Oled screens for mobile phones.
Xperia1 uses either LG or Samsung screen.
Walter C. Dornez, 17 Jun 2019Dynamic is HDR10+ certified and emits much less blue light. I haven't tried the HDR10+ content. About lesser blue light, my eyes are less tired when using my S10+
bonkue, 17 Jun 2019isn't xperia xz3 better display overall ?This article talks about company who shipped the most smartphone display. So, Samsung in this article is Samsung Display not Samsung Mobile. But, every Samsung phone uses Samsung Display panel. And if I'm not mistaken, XZ3 also used Samsung panel.
Anonymous, 18 Jun 2019Jdi needs to get that advanced oled out on the marketYeah, but you need fundings. It is too bad that boe is catching up, and the chinese wants to ditch them so that boe can catch up and someday surpass Samsung.