I wonder if lg g5 have PWM for brightness control ? , i m not support this technology and sell my galaxy s7 for that .
If anyone can help me ?
Anonymous, 30 Mar 2016Dude amoled phones have been in the market for many years now since the galaxy s1 and no issue... moreyou are wrong, all AMOLED displays DO HAVE that problem.
its easy to google, you will find for your self.
off corse, it's not like every phone will have burnt in Samsung logo in 5 months...but ishue is still present. that is how AMOLED works.
i think lg g 5 is good phone but not the best phone.
g4 is beter than g5 because g5 just have 1 new thing.
I wouldn't entertain buying another LG phone after having the LG G2, G3 & Currently the G4, I had no issues at all with the G2 or G3 and loved them, but then I bought the G4, It has been plagued with issues and it is currently away being repaired by LG in the UK, they have had the phone for 10 weeks now, I have the bootloader issue that was eventually recognised as a fault by LG, but they are very slow in repairing the device and their customer service is the worst I have ever come across, don't get me wrong, I like LG Phones, but for the above reason I would never ever buy a LG Device again as I cannot do without my phone for 10 weeks. That said, I think the LG G5 is ugly looking in comparison to other top Manufacturers (Samsung, HTC etc), yes they have a bit of innovation with the pull out battery and the add ons, but I don't this this alone will sell the device as people want a top phone with top specs included and not have to pay top price again for the additional attachments. Stay away from LG, their Customer Service is useless as I have personally found out and also read in loads of forums.
Anonymous, 30 Mar 2016Dude amoled phones have been in the market for many years now since the galaxy s1 and no issue... moreIn order not to forget the REAL Truth about LG G5!!!
LG G5: MWC 2016 Winner!!! GSMA announces LG G5 for best device at MWC 2016!!!!! (Not S7)
LG G5: Accurate color screen (IPS) from LG. Not Like S7 with Burn-In Issues Amoled Screen... This is a known issue with Samsung S5 - S6 - S7!!!!! Just Google it... Check it!!!!
LG G5: Ir Blaster Still available in LG G5 (Not anymore available in S7... Last Year was in S6...S5...)
LG G5: Fm Radio
LG G5: Removable Battery. Yes LG did it. You can have a full metal unibody mobile phone with Removable Battery. LG G5!!!
LG G5: Usb Type C. Now available in G5 (Not Available in S7, in S8 for sure... Next Year)
LG G5: Fast Charge 3.0 Now available in G5 (Not Available in S7, in S8 for sure... Next Year)
LG G5: Snapdragon 820 with the same price (In all countries, not only in USA and China like S7) In Latin America Snapdragon 652 with a lower price...
LG G5: New Perfect Innovative Modular Design (S7 Design = S6 Design?!?)
LG G5: Dual Camera Aspect Ratio 16/9!!!! 16MP!!!! & Wide Angle 8MP with LASER Focus (Not like S7 ancient aspect ratio 4/3!??!... 12MP!??!... Dual!??!... Focus!??!...)
Anonymous, 26 Mar 2016Don't forget that Always On display on an AMOLED screen is much worse, because it will burn in... moreDude amoled phones have been in the market for many years now since the galaxy s1 and no issues with burn in have been reported or whatever lies you are spreading, after the galaxy s4 things like tint and over saturated colors got fixed you can either set screen to display saturated colors or normal colors i myself prefer a little bit of saturated colors and oleds are more efficient since they require no backlight leds and pixels are lit up individually
The review doesn't mention whether the shortcut keys are still a feature now that the volume keys have been moved. This was one of my favourites from the G4 - turning on the camera from my pocket for quick shots.
Seb, 29 Mar 2016Amoled has some flaws;
at low brightness the screen gets pink, because red needs less power... moreAmoled is controlled very well at low brightness.
All if done right. Same lime lcd. It's calibration not just the tech.
Burn in its not common. And lcd can have is own issues of dead pixels, back lighting, bleeding, and such.
Samsungs Amoled have had a mode that make them the most accurate for a long time now.
And again. Calibration. Most lcds are very actuated or have poor white balance too. And its from simple lack of calibration.
The difference is you can't change this on most like you can with Samsung.
White balance is also where they have been among the best.
They are way more overall efficient. And yes they degrade over time. But it's over long periods of time and only bit by bit.
And actually have been rapidly improving their live expectancy. They will last years with little to no degradation.
You need to get away from 2009/2010 Amoled and experience 2016 S7 Amoled
ex-samsung fanboy, 29 Mar 2016I've had 4 amoled samsungs and all of them have had burn in or some other sort of screen defec... moreReally, burn in ? Why some people said they do not have this issue ?
Herc182, 29 Mar 2016Seriously. The quality of the camera /lens combo is terrible. Look at the edges of the frame. If you are so perceptive you should see I mean FoV. Like compare meizu pro5, Z5, G5.
I've had 4 amoled samsungs and all of them have had burn in or some other sort of screen defect. Going for the G5 because of lcd, radio and removable battery.
vrvly, 26 Mar 2016Whoa! You think there are better cameras out there that capture a lot details, more lights, go... moreSeriously. The quality of the camera /lens combo is terrible. Look at the edges of the frame.
According to GSMArena's battery life scores, the G5 does not last as long as even the G3, which is way way down GSMArena's list, although the V10 is even worse. Pathetic, deal-killer. LG's biggest weakness is battery life and why I will never buy another LG phone until they get this right.
C0NAN, 28 Mar 2016I completely agree with you! S7 Edge will be my next phone! I'm currently using a Samsung A7 2... moreThat's because of an outdated processor which drains more battery, a degraded battery used for 2 years, and a less battery efficient display :P
Anonymous, 28 Mar 2016What burn in issues? I haven't experienced any burn in issues.If you ever had a plasma screen before, if you leave a static image displayed on the screen for some minutes or hours, this specific image might leave permanent ghostly outline of that image on the screen regardless you turn it off/on.
Anonymous, 29 Mar 2016No. Its objective.
Which you prefer is subjective. What has the technical objective advantage... moreAmoled has some flaws;
at low brightness the screen gets pink, because red needs less power to be lit than green or blue. That affects the white SO BAD! that's why I stick to IPS.
it degrades, it's organic, and will get dimmer over some years, also deposit a green tint over the screen.
Good old Burn-in damages. Just like Plasma, after some months/years, some burnt images may get stuck on the screen.
Also honestly, all Amoled screens I've seen are too saturated... idk it's like, colour elements lacks white (take for example, mixing white paint to red, you get pink), it's as if, instead, you mix few white paint, red, and lots of water to get another kind of pink. haha