Told ya the haters would come. If they can't whine because of the screens they return to their eternal crying over plastic. It's pathetic. XD
[deleted post]Actually, Displaymate Technologies is an independent company that has been around for about 14 years doing some pretty high end video & image diagnostics work.
I sense that you simply don't like the fact that Samsung is doing the best displays on the market.
I hope the build quality will be upheld as in the Tab 7.7; Mine is still running pretty well surviving two toddlers and hard knocks plus the battery still holds charge the whole day; I'll definitely get these two.
Can someone tell Samsung to get these into the store cause I really need a tablet and this is the one I have been waiting for.
DaXiong, 24 Jun 2014Some people get burn-in on their brand new Note 3's after a few weeks.Out of 20 mil units sold, that is great.
AnonD-180680, 24 Jun 2014Or colour burn, dark streaks, pentile, refresh rate issues (and formerly colour shifts, low br... moreYour claims of dark streaks and refresh rate issues are lame. Give some facts.
AnonD-216520, 25 Jun 2014sharp's igzo panel is better than ips or amoledThe experts won't believe your 'opinion'. Give them some facts.
AnonD-183154, 25 Jun 2014DisplayMate is owned by Samsung I guess. The AMOLED on the Note 3 I got is good but not close ... moreYour comments are silly and based on the older Samsung devices like Note 2, SGS3 etc.
The new Samsung have great colors, whites and settings to display more natural colors if you don't like over saturation.
Burn ins are more likely defective units rather than inevitable fate of the AMOLED. I have had plenty of SAMOLED phones and not one of them has had any burn ins issue even after 2-3 years of ownership. Been using samsung's all my life, no burn ins.
DisplayMate is owned by Samsung I guess. The AMOLED on the Note 3 I got is good but not close to what DisplayMate is claiming Samsung's AMOLED can do. The color is not accurate as everything looks cartoony. The white turn blue/green when looking at anything other than straight on. In fact, depending on screen brightness, the overall color shift.
AnonD-180680, 24 Jun 2014Oh but it's REAL. Go on eBay and buy some 2nd hand Moto XT928 or Galaxy S3/S4. You'll find PLE... moreI have had Samsungs for 4 years and have never had burn in. I do only keep them for 12 months before upgrading though.
The quality of the current AMOLEDS is 1 reason I wont leave Samsung.
AnonD-180680, 24 Jun 2014Oh but it's REAL. Go on eBay and buy some 2nd hand Moto XT928 or Galaxy S3/S4. You'll find PLE... morei'm using my 7.7 for 3 yrs now. no burn in here. yeah. why would I want to crank up my brightness at 100% and use static images for weeks. thats not how you use it in real world. any device would last long as long as the owner/handle takes care of it.
AnonD-5197, 24 Jun 2014My SGS2 has no burn in after 3 years. My brothers SGS3 and 4 has no burn in after 2 years and ... moreOh but it's REAL. Go on eBay and buy some 2nd hand Moto XT928 or Galaxy S3/S4. You'll find PLENTY with colour burn. Not to mention those ex-display units.
Both LCD(CCIF/LED) and OLED light sources will get burnt out, it's in their nature (or every other light source, light bulbs, even the Sun)
The only difference is: with LCD, there's just ONE(or maybe a couple of them) source of light and the brightness is constant across pixels so the "burn" is uniform manifesting as lower overall brightness, BUT AMOLED will get burns at individual pixel level, some more, some less, same goes with CRT, PDP and every other individually-lit panel.
IT'S BASIC PHYSICS, you really can't argue with that.
If you want proof, crank you AMOLED to 100% brightness with still black and white texts/patterns on screen let it sit for a week, you'll see the burn.
When would get into those situations you ask: on-screen buttons (and to a lesser extent the notification bar) - probably why Samsung don't want on-screen buttons.