Xperia P has very good display and viewing angles. .just dont exceed to 60-70% of brightness cause it ruins the color.
Anonymous, 11 Oct 2013hmmm... adding white subpixels... I hope it doesnt result in a more washed out screen...Ooh, yes it does! Try an Xperia P and you'll see the results of WhiteMagic, that's why I stay away from it from now on!!
xperia z2: white magic igzo triluminous tft or ips lcd display.do you guy think it is a good display?maybe no more bad view angle.
Useless for Vancouver where it's all rains clouds 3/4 of the year.. lol
In fact, when the screen is too bright, it hurts the eyes when the device is used indoors. I remember turning down my small TFT ~2 inch screens on feature phones to 10% most of the time.
If i remember correctly then this is the exact same thing that samsung did with their display in the note 10.1 2014 .
"Sony Xperia P uses the WhiteMagic technology and it has the worst endurance rating between all the phones that GSMarena has tested "
You know that the Xperia P has only a 1300 mAH batterty. With a bigger battery (like xperia z1) it will work as Long as other smartphones. Also you can buy a additional battery pack for charing it when you are traveling.
The display is great. It has only one failure. Yellow is turining into green at 90% Brightness.
But you have to think about: With 80% brightness it's also the brightes phone in the market (Without the yellow failure). And with 100% brightness ist the only phone you can realy use outside.
if I remember correctly, the Sony Xperia P from last year uses this kind of technology. The display quality of that phone is a disaster. everything is really bright and they almost ruin the image quality.
The difference between 1080x1920 and 1920x1080 is exactly 90degrees. Or in plain english portrait and landscape.
AnonD-114170, 11 Oct 2013Is this the type used in the Xperia P?The very same display technology used in the Xperia P. That's why I'm looking forward to it.
AnonD-79933, 11 Oct 2013Sony Xperia P uses the WhiteMagic technology and it has the worst endurance rating between all... moreIt is not that wite magic display consume more power...it is because xperia p has only 1305mAh battery
I can foresee Sony using these in their next year flagships and mid range devices. Good luck Sony mobile.
For people wondering whether it makes the colour more washed out, the answer is NO.
I had white magic to my Xperia P and it is still among the best and brightest display I have used today.
Colours didn't look washed out for a bit. They did however look unnatural in a different way, which I didn't like that much when I compared to the Xperia S I also had before.
It seems the same panel use in Note 10.1-2014 edition which also added extra white sub pixel.