Nick, 25 Aug 2013Why are you give here so much time to explain if people here are dumb? That is what you are d... moreNeither did I imply or say that anyone here is dumb, nor did I troll. If I was trolling I'd make up intentional logical fallacies to corner someone in an argument. Do you see any fallacies in my post? Did I argue with anyone? I was simply stating facts and pointing out flaws of AMOLED and those flaws are the reason why I won't buy a device with an AMOLED panel anymore. Maybe if you're a casual user on a 2 year contract then AMOLED is the right choice, but not if you're a hardcore one that intends to keep his phone for more than 2 years.
It seems to me that Microsoft goes down the drain. Surface demonstrates clearly that they have lost the game. Whereas Apple came up with a tablet that broke free from pc based OS by introducing a special OS for tablets (iOS) Microsoft tries to mix old technology with new creating monstrous products as result. Apple created a new category of products with its iPad. iPads maybe not able to do the same things like a pc but on the other hand they are better than a pc for such things like browsing the Internet or chatting on line. Microsoft on the other hand wanted their tablets to do everything and as a result you end up with devices that devour battery life and are bulky - the exact opposite of what a mobile device should be. The failure of Surface and similar hybrid devices is the testimony that Microsoft's vision for the future is wrong.
Now if you consider the fact that 4G and other Gs that will surpass the speed of wifi by several times in the coming years, the big elephant in the room is the CLOUD! I imagine at certain time in the very near future, cloud and 4,5,6 etc G providers would offer a package of apps like photoshop at a flat rate monthly rate. Actually, software companies like photoshop are in danger, too, because many will come up with photoshop like apps and a fraction of the price of photoshop or just given as part of a cloud package. PC and computers will become screens that can connect to the Internet. No need for battery hungry CPU's or graphic cards. Cloud will be like electricity and yours for a few dollars a month. Compare where the computers are heading and what Micrososf has onoffer... Surface. No doubt why Steve Ballmer resigns. It is clear that microSOFT -in other words a software based company that needs the old fashion CPU based devices to instal and run their programs -becomes irrelevant and soon will be extinct. Their Microsoft Office is still the industry standard because until now everybody had to buy a pc. But this is changing fast, too. Even now there are hundreds of apps or cloud services that do word processing and other stuff -many of them free. I just find hard how Microfoft can survive. I reckon in 5 years it will be osbulute posanjit santra
please, stop talking about xenon flash, honami is NOT a camera phone. it's an all round flagship with good camera. on top of that xenon flash would make the phone thicker - and most people don't want that. the new xenon flash in development will be very thine so the phones will remain thine and will start to be implemented in phones in a year or two from now. conclution: current xenon flash technology failed. nobody really wants current xenon flash. end of story.
U know what...all Sony display LCD n LED uses Samsung n LG panel. Trust me. Sony didn't produce panel anymore
amoled has shorter life, amoled can't be implemented in waterproof phone, triluminos got superior colors. conclution: amoled failed. end of story.
AnonD-130551, 25 Aug 2013Jesus people, ALL smartphone are TFT, EVERY LAST ONE OF THEM. Yes, that includes AMOLED. IPS, ... moreYou know what....all Sony display LCD n LED use LG n Samsung panel. Trust me I'm from the factory
why sony didn't make the gray for this phone..i think it would look good..
AnonD-96573, 25 Aug 2013Not Samsung,he's talking about his Nokia,camera with Xenon flash=)nope, he mean is s4 zoom zoom
parag, 25 Aug 2013So d bottam line is AMOLED is superior to TFT.u just accepted that lol...Boy, the screen technology of Xperia Z ultra blow every screen tech out of the water, so also your beloved Samsundung phones with inferior screen tech.
Go and troll some where else.
AnonD-147044, 25 Aug 2013Saturating blue more won't fix it because the tints vary from contrast to contrast. I run a cu... moreWhy are you give here so much time to explain if people here are dumb? That is what you are doing right now.
You are guru nothing more, we don't need a guru to tell us what you trying to imply.
Oled technology has always poor life span, it's scientific proved. So, don't take time to prove us wrong with your garbage explanation if we like dumb in your opinion because you are smarter than us that's why you act like a guru.
So go away and troll some where else please.
Anonymous, 24 Aug 2013I take it you saw the Honami sized up next to the iPhone 5? If you did, you will realise the b... moreand why do you use iph5 as an example of anything good? r u dumb? if you wanna compare it compare it to a phone that has a small bezel!!!!
AnonD-115286, 25 Aug 2013Although, OLED did suffer poor lifespan and rapid degrading issue issue, but nowadays OLED nor... moreSaturating blue more won't fix it because the tints vary from contrast to contrast. I run a custom rom and custom kernel on my Galaxy S2 and tried to manually fix it by tweaking the gamma (increasing blue). while it DID fix the tint on white for example there was still a green tint on other contrasts. and when I tried to fix those I had to increase the blue of course, which lead to a blue tint on white. also it even depends on the brightness you set. so this definitely isn't as easy to fix with software as you may think. And when the panel is new there is no oversaturation of blue. it's just perfect so that white is really white and grey is really grey, i checked it on my friends S4.
could you link me to some source that proves that OLEDs don't degrade as fast anymore? Because I highly doubt it.
my brother has a very old samsung phone with AMOLED panel (older than galaxy S) and it doesn't have any tints either. He owns this phone since more than 5 years or something. it just depends on how heavy you use it. and I used my S2 quite heavily.
AnonD-167217, 25 Aug 2013Have you seen the display of z ultra.....besides not everyone wants displays that last just a ... moreCouple of years? Haha, I wish. My galaxy s2's screen showed wear after ONE year of heavy usage. I will stay away from AMOLED in the future.
AnonD-100398, 25 Aug 2013Yeh i am jealous of "no xenon flash light, 20mp cam with bad software management, ,hugh b... moreWahahahahahha.. You made my day.. Full of gimmick?
I Think your talking about your favorite samdung..
Yeah you are right full of gimmick..