This will sell like hiot cakes in oru stores in Slovakia for sure.
AnonD-955101, 30 Sep 2020Why. Let me explain :you buy a new phone with an oled display. As soon as you start using it y... moreRight ok that explains that. I also forgot to say that I have used an amoled display on an old blackberry Q10 a few years ago and I must say it looked really good.
Niivelli, 01 Oct 2020I have had the Tab S2 since December 2016 and have experienced no burn in issue....
So unless... moreWell even if i agree with you i dont think it is a bad luck.
It is not only one particular brand or a phone model,all those phones I've mentioned suffered from burn in and that is not a coincidence.
And ironically the only device that is without burn in issue is my old galaxy tab s 10.5.
My phones are always on max brightness with auto brightness off and im fine with that, im getting a new phone every year.but my friend is using the galaxy s9 with auto brightness on all the time and still the phone got burn in after a half a year literally.
AnonD-955101, 30 Sep 2020Why. Let me explain :you buy a new phone with an oled display. As soon as you start using it y... moreI have had the Tab S2 since December 2016 and have experienced no burn in issue....
So unless some OEMs use inferior OLEDS, I think this burn-in issue is overrated..
Anonymous, 30 Sep 2020You won't feel any difference between OLED and LCD while you will with a too slow process... moreI think there is a difference at least....I have the Tab S2 8 and the Xperia XA2....the difference is clear enough
The colours pop more on my Tab than my phone....and that was it for me...lol
Anonymous, 30 Sep 2020SD750G is slightly better than SD765G, per early benchmark test.The CPU on 750G is faster than 765G but everything else seems slower. The DSP, ISP and GPU on 765G is better. 5G modem is the same. AI hardware is the same. Wifi+BT chip looks to be the same but on 750G it supported Bluetooth 5.1 while it is only 5.0 on 765G.
Power consumption on 765G is potentially better than 750G.
Personally I think 765G is still the better chip, just not better at every aspect vs 750G.
Who wouldn't pay a little more to get rid of those 2 useless lenses and just keep the main and ultra wide?
3mmz, 30 Sep 2020Dude speak for yourself please. Seems like paranoia, I haven't seen any oled phone with b... more😂😂😂😂Tell that to the S6, s7/edge, s8/9, note 9,mate 20 pro, p20/30 pro, tab s4, MI 9 T.
All of the phones some mine and some from my family and friends, all of them have suffered from burn in. LITERALLY every phone I've mentioned.
Maybe you are one of those peopole who are using their phone at 30% brightness in broad daylight.
I dont have any paranoia chill out, im just realistic.
SETHalpine, 30 Sep 2020Very disappointed ...It's not the mi 10youth Edition full bands (or a newer Mi9SE...with ... moreI know right. 6.67" LCD or 6.5" AMOLED. Literally no other choices. BBK is atleast offering the 6.44" AMOLED. Personally I find my Pixel 4a and Mi 9 SE to be more interesting than anything else that's come out since the back half of 2019. It's all the same, but Xiaomi seems to be taking this to the extreme.
Niivelli, 30 Sep 2020Really?? It's just that I have used only LCD phones for a while and want to try out an OL... morePlease don't listen to these people, so every other company flagship using oled are only trolling? lol
AnonD-955101, 30 Sep 2020Why. Let me explain :you buy a new phone with an oled display. As soon as you start using it y... moreDude speak for yourself please. Seems like paranoia, I haven't seen any oled phone with burn-in like literally never, it seems you're scared of getting burn-in and what not which is irrational.
AnonD-955101, 30 Sep 2020Why. Let me explain :you buy a new phone with an oled display. As soon as you start using it y... moreEh...ive been using mi 9t for a year now, brightness has been on max maybe 10 times total...dont understand how can people use the phone indoors on max briggtness...i cant stand more than 20-30%
AnonD-955101, 30 Sep 2020Why. Let me explain :you buy a new phone with an oled display. As soon as you start using it y... moreYour crazy! I have had my amoled display for almost 3 years and it has no burn in! Also I use it on high brightness all the time. So please stop with this fake burn in!
Very disappointed ...It's not the mi 10youth Edition full bands (or a newer Mi9SE...with 5G bands ) just a another heavy phone with useless camera...
214.5g !!! Xiaomi are you serious..? who really care about 1200000Hz.....Honestly i prefer a 1200nits 60Hz screen instead of a poor 450nits 120hz screen....
Glendo, 30 Sep 2020I've never used amoled or oled. Just curious to know why you no longer want a phone with oled?Why. Let me explain :you buy a new phone with an oled display. As soon as you start using it you already have thoughts how the display brightness its gonna decrease over time and burn in srarts to appear. You are using the phone on auto brightness not to stress the pixels at max brightness to much,but after some time you got confident and using the phone on max brightness all the time, than again your fear of burn in comes up and you are activating the auto brightness again. And after maybe one year suddenly you notice a slight burn in on the status bar icons and the displays is not as bright as before. But you dont get bothered to much because you gonna replace the phone in one year anyway, but then you start to think how you gonna manage to sell the phone for a good price and how bad the burn in will get by the time you want to sell it. And then you give up and just use the phone as long as you can but there is always your brain playing games with your mind knowing that behind that status bar there are burned pixels and you're just trying to ignore as much as you can until the day to sell the phone comes. 😂
This is my and im sure many peopole's experience with this kind of displays.
All in all if you are not capable replacing the phone after a year or two maximum lcd is a better choice.