so basically, It's Sony's first dibs on something both LG and Samsung are researching on?
Yes, Triluminos is quantum dot.
Anonymous, 10 Jun 2014Don't deny that Sony uses quantum dots technology in their Triluminos display. Can you provide a reliable source for your claim?
Cause no matter how i look at it, Sony triluminus tech is good. But not fantastic.
I don't see how that makes it a hybrid. Is still basically lcd.
And did they really just claim that each pixel has its own led??
causer, 10 Jun 2014Triluminos ain't a Quantum Dot display.Sony does use quantum dot technology. The difference is that they use blue LED as a primary source to excite other courses whereas the newer QD displays will enable the excitation of the dots directly. As a result, newer QD will use less energy.
Don't deny that Sony uses quantum dots technology in their Triluminos display.
These QD displays are going to cause lots of problems for folk who need to sleep its the blue colour doing something to melatonin release.
If i invent something it does not mean i make it, engineers and robots do that. If i design a new hoover i don't build it i get other technicians/lathe workers whatever to construct it..MIT may invent it but may let someone else do all the rest just like ARM don't make processors they just licence the tech..
Sony Bravia and Triluminous are just brand names for colour/contrast tweaking like Beats audio is just an equaliser setting.
Audio settings are best as close to possible as the truth and then you adjust settings to your taste so displays should be true colour then you can tweak settings to your desire..The bigger colour gamut the better but tweaking it in either direction produces warm or cold looking screens..For me i love OLED but also love paper white whites,,the only way for paper whites i suppose is difficult the minute you start messing with colour because it gives red/blue/yellow tints to the whites..
LCD has good sharpness but i find OLED bit blurry even RGB display on my S2.Its hard to get a perfect display.
ryanmamac, 10 Jun 2014Oh my God! Why Samsung keeps on copying? From floating touch of Sola,walkmate of s.e. Elm,wat... moreEven the S-pen. They hired a guy named Pranav Mistry long after he invented it, not it's in their note line
GSMArena, post a source for your Triluminous Quantum Dots claim, and i mean a source that is NOT Bogdan Petrovan, since his original article that created this false myth has no valid source.
Eplak, 10 Jun 2014Hmmm... Some Samsung fans have been complaining here on the net that Sony's wider gamut of the... moreTheres no Qdots in Z1 or Z2, never was. Triluminous is something very different and totally unrelated.
Anonymous, 10 Jun 2014WOW....Samsung copies again. sharp quattron uses this technology for years. also sony triluminous...Sony triluminous has NOTHING to do with Qdots, nothing at all, and it never had. Sony is into QDots, YES, but thats separate from the Triluminous tech/brand. Check at sonys own pages and whatever you want, the whole myth about Qdots in Xperia Z1 was based on total misunderstanding and false info spread by Bogdan Petrovan of androidauthority.
Its baffling how Bogdan could make such an article considered no source exisit, and how the chief editor of AA could let it be published is also putting that fanboy site in a bad light. Sony has never touted QDots as part of triluminous, but they are explaining what Triluminous is for those who bother to go and look it up, and surprise, theres nothing about QDots.
They might use it for other lower end models I doubt they will abandon AMOLEDs on flagships. I am not aware of any peer reviewed journal report that AMOLED has difficulties in packing more PPIs.
Oh my God! Why Samsung keeps on copying? From floating touch of Sola,walkmate of s.e. Elm,water resistant feature, and now also the display? Waaaa by the way isnt it the cover of s5 is same with s.e. C702? Hahaha.
Eplak, 10 Jun 2014Hmmm... Some Samsung fans have been complaining here on the net that Sony's wider gamut of the... moreWho ever said that has no clue about displays or color representation.
Gamut as it is, if higher, gives the display a higher range to show more shades in the RBG space shown in the triangle. If the triangle is biased towards one end of the RGB then the colors can be skewed like being too cold or warm.
Having a wider gamut with neutral skew is the best for any display.
Hmmm... Some Samsung fans have been complaining here on the net that Sony's wider gamut of their "Triluminos" display (Z2) produces "inaccurate" or unnatural colors. And Samsung's display (S5) is still the best because it does not have a wider gamut of colors. So if this new tech is applied by Samsung, does this mean Samsung fans shot themselves at the foot? Talk about fanboi nuttery.