jesse.clark, 24 Apr 2017I can't believe people like you exists, Retina display isn't any display technology, it's just... moreYou apparently have a problem with the English language. I called it a neologism and you thought I was talking about a new technology. A neologism is a word used that disallows you from using many words at once. Using the word retina disallows me to have to use the following "a screen where individual pixels cannot be distinguished when viewed from 11 to 12 inches using 20/20 vision" ... see it was simpler o use the wOrd retina than the above?
*Everybody* knew what I was talking about , only you didn't. For example you thought I was talking about a new technology while I was merely talking of a feature of the human technology. I used one word so that to not have to write 2 full posts (as I eventually did), I'm at my patience's limit. Please don't make me repeat myself at nauseum.
Galaxy S4 owned the first retina amoled on a popular consumer electronic device. And -no- retina was not the new technology, the screen was/is. It means that Amoled screen (with S4) reached the PPI limit, any further upgrade to it was mostly useless and actually one that even Samsung does not use (current S phones run at 1080p out of the box), pretty much proving apple's theory.
Improving PPI to anything more than 300 (420 in pentile stripe amoleds) is mostly useless and inadvisable, which is also why Apple didn't do it, why Samsung reverted to 1080p, why many refuse to move to QHD, why Sony jumped directly to 4k (4k may he useful for VR) and why S4 had the last great jump in screen quality (also why S screens have progressively fewer and fewer upgrades).
Anonymous, 24 Apr 2017Retina display is the kind of display that allows for individual pixels to not be recognized a... morehttp://www.gsmarena.com/samsung_galaxy_s8_named_best_smartphone_display_concludes_displaymate-news-24377.php
Anonymous, 24 Apr 2017According to Apple, retina is still king in 2017.Yeah with 750p and 326 ppi... Why not?
Anonymous, 24 Apr 2017Retina display is the kind of display that allows for individual pixels to not be recognized a... moreI can't believe people like you exists, Retina display isn't any display technology, it's just the same IPS lcd named as retina display by Apple for marketing.
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Bunyip22, 24 Apr 2017I have both the S8+ and GN4 on my desk. I guarantee you that the S8+ is a better camera in goo... moreIf you reaaaaally need fast camera opening, good low light and really fast autofocus...then yea, go for the s7 or s8.
However, as the gsmarena picture comparison shows, note 4 DOES have slightly better outdoor pictures in bright light. A lower aperture and more mpx make that happen. So if you mostly take nature pictures like I do, then the Note 4 is better. However, I still have my Nokia 808 for that which is 10 times better for that, and my S7 for low light.
jesse.clark, 23 Apr 2017There's nothing like a retina display, it's not a technology like amoled which has real meanin... moreRetina display is the kind of display that allows for individual pixels to not be recognized at 11 inches of distance (screen eye distance) or greater. Apple defined the term perfectly, we're you not paying attention?
Yes it's a neologism which was invented to disallow people from typing everything that I just did, you just refer to it and people instantly realize what you are talking about ... apart from some Samsung geniuses as it turns out ... for them you have to type the whole shebang and constantly explain to them every last term 'cause they're so deeply confused about everything (else they wouldnt give blind alegiance to a refrigerator company)
AlienFromNextDoor, 23 Apr 2017According to the comparison tool no camera shoots better pictures in daylight than the Note 4 ... moreI have both the S8+ and GN4 on my desk. I guarantee you that the S8+ is a better camera in good and low light. That said, all good phones in the past few years take good photos in good light.
I'm not talking about shooting at night, I'm talking about shooting indoors where you don't have brilliant lighting or sunshine. In these cases my S8+ is so far ahead of my GN4 it isn't funny. The S8+ has a lot more detail, a lot less noise & better colours (which you would expect with a phone that is nearly 3 years newer).
The reason i want a good camera? I have a 10 month old daughter and am sick of great photo opportunity's being let down by a poor camera.... the lightning quick focus is also great for baby photos. Spending AU$1349 doesn't worry me if it means I get better photos of my family. I do have a Canon SLR but it doesn't fit in my pocket.
Anonymous, 23 Apr 2017Not the first 1080p Amoled (I meant to type first 1080p Amoled) Basically S4 was the first ... moreThere's nothing like a retina display, it's not a technology like amoled which has real meaning. Retina display is a marketing term used by Apple to make its poor display sound better.
Anonymous, 23 Apr 2017You have mistaken my friend...the Sony Xperia Z was the first 1080p screen.Not the first 1080p Amoled (I meant to type first 1080p Amoled)
Basically S4 was the first to have a retina display with perfect blacks. Before it (S3) was sub-retina and every other other brand had poor blacks/contrast.
Since the S4 Amoleds have obviously been better , but not by that far. So I regard S4's screen as the last jump, ever since it's all evolutionary progression.
Thanks for the new production of Sumsung Galaxy"8"I'm fun and lover of Sumsung products with almost ten quensective years up to now I'm with Dual Sumsung Galaxy"7"edge with duration of 4 months now my suggestion why this new production doesn't have dual model to enable the user free to select between the single and dual design
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thanks for posting something on the new earbuds that come with it. Not a big deal at all or anything
Innosaintify, 23 Apr 2017Hope you won't mind if I call S8 as an explosive device. Because you seem to know of a bootloo... moreOh I guess you still not aware that only the note7 was having such fiasco and it already been killed. While your LG entirely infamous bootlooping problem is still in tuck. You may leave the "burst in flame" joke as of now untill there's actually an S8 or other Samsung phone having that again. Just enjoy you bootlooping LG bwahahaha