I'll be waiting for the actual device becoming available, so that all the Nokia fans can scream how the screen is so much better than anything else, while the actual screen is nothing different from what's out there. It's even likely that by some magic dust, Nokia's Oled screens do not suffer from burn in issues, where all other Oled users do have it.
In any case, news of little value, unless you're a Verizon user in the running for a Nokia phone.
Lumias will never get my attention until the day they will put that 808 camera on one of them and add OIS to it. The major reason why I buy Nokia is because of their cameras
AnonD-136108, 15 Apr 2013You probably enjoy the screen burn that ALL Super AMOLED suffers. It ruins the screen with tho... moreYou're in denial,get over it buddy..My Galaxy Nexus Samoled looks amazing even with its curved digitizer and plastic housing..DOH!!
Anonymous, 15 Apr 2013my n8 is good after 3 years but i only use it as back up nowhahah same!!!
highly doubt it. im assuming that the nokia lumia 928 will be exactly like the 920, just cdma. wouldnt make sense for them to make another, better phone than their current flagship, just for verizon.
i compared my htc one v (slcd2 without ips) to a s3, my slcd is generations ahead in terms of color reproduction and even the max brightness. s3 has one of the shittest screen ever, worser probably than the micromax canvas hd
AnonD-27765, 15 Apr 2013The only advantages of AMOLED over the IPS LCD are the pitch black, perfect viewing angles and... moreI use N8 for three years and S3 for 10 months already and still no burn in issue with the screen. So the burn in issue is not valid to me.
But one disadvantage for AMOLED screen is once u get used to it... u find it terrible to look at LCD screen...
ive never seen that problem with any amoled scren i had but that would piss me off but i still prefer amoled and nokia now how to use amoled 808 n8 .
AnonD-136108, 15 Apr 2013Reading the reviews of that app, it seems like it doesn't work and more like a placebo. i also thought the same but i actually tried on my flat mates galaxy s3 and it in fact actually did work, i was also skeptical but then i remembered that i had a similar problem on my screen while using a playstation 3 left some thing on my screen, and the easy way to fix that was to open up slideshow on you ps3 or ur pc if connected and add some blank white and blank black picture, 1 of each actually and just run the show for about 30 mins it doess exactly the same thing and forces light into the pixels, and activates them, because all pixels especially blue ones suffer from degradation at some point but can be fixed using this method, im not saying it will work for everyone but i have tried this method with a very reasonable success rate
Oh yeah, deep blacks
Oh noes, burn ins
Deal breaker :P
No thanks, Nokia.
The only advantages of AMOLED over the IPS LCD are the pitch black, perfect viewing angles and always-on screensaver. The disadvantage is dreadful though, the permanent screen burn-in that could start to show as early as a week or month after you've bought your phone. The IPS LCD of the Lumia 920 is almost perfect. It's bright, vibrant, and has saturated colors on par with AMOLED and it doesn't get screen burn-in.