AnonD-860090, 06 Apr 2019And how the other brands do? They don't rewrite/adapt their codes? Why should we be sad for... moreI am not sad for them I'm just saying they were saving time and cost rewritting for latest SoC would require alot of time pushing launch to Q3 or Q4 and they already delayed it alot so they didn't bother
so it's a camera phone with just avarage camera performance? and in top of that, with a buggy software? wow, just wow, "nokia"
Anonymous, 07 Apr 2019JDi just got investmemt from chinese company, not owned by them.
Sony, Toshiba and Hitachi t... moreThis happened already:
LCDs of today back lit simply can not compete with OLED's. VA LED panels simply don't have wide look angles even with quantum dot layer and that is primary reason you won't find them on mobile devices all do they have much better contrast compared to the rest of LCDs. Even Sony switched to OLED's for it's premium offering, TCL had one of three best ever made VA panel's last year. Future is micro led preferable by me on full developed substrate blue led then coated for other two colours (red and green) with micro film layers, but there are other options like white coated individual for RGB to produce WRGB which is more power efficient... While we aren't there yet its been intensively been worked on it as industry also needs more power/cost efficient panels especially for mobile & wearables.
Shanti Dope, 07 Apr 2019So by that, it means that high refresh rate OLEDs will only be made when there are enough dema... moreI read that article about exploring possibility to use plane copper but it's still on the long run. 50 FPS is enough when you don't go under it! You blink all the time and you aren't aware of it. Some pool downs or ups are tricky but still if refresh stays on 50 Hz you won't be able to see anything. Problem is when it goes down under that limit but if it had high refresh rate before slowdown happens their is bigger possibility it won't deep so much or at least not so fast but high refresh rate panels are very un efficient and use much more resources (GPU, DSP, RAM & CPU) to obviously maintain high refresh rate. Qure is better buffer (usually triple) syncing and faster memory subs. On 60 Hz panel when you start an app you have initial cuple of seconds when it drives it on 40~45 frames before hitting 50+ so 90 Hz panel would be optimal so that the start happens above 50 frames & it would still use 25~30% less resources than 120 Hz one. For VR with single display of course refresh needs to be doubled...
wha, 07 Apr 2019i don't know why fan of samsung and fan huawei coming here and bashing it. why not accept the ... moreEveryone learn a bit can be professional photographer, it's not a hard core knowledge, why a photographer use this low performance phone to shoot a photo, since there are a lot of DSLR camera out there, just curious
Dont use screen with so many pixels if you cant afford to put decent battery into your phone.
wha, 07 Apr 2019i don't know why fan of samsung and fan huawei coming here and bashing it. why not accept the ... moreNo photographer accept these ridiculously long image processing times, and this many bugs/problems...!
I have Nokia 8.1 and it is a bug-/problem-hell! HMD is using the "Nokia" brand to fool customers!
Phone of 2019 !
I love Nokia
Anonymous, 07 Apr 2019Shanti ....
The high price of oled is fault of koreans ...
Samsung and LG uses evaporati... moreRight, but between Samsung and LG, I pick LG because their OLED panels cover a wider range of colors than Samsung's AMOLED panels.
Now we'd have to wait for a proper RGB OLED screen.
Someone's nose will grow a few meters. Too many fake pseudo buyers around here. It's fun to see that a phone that was supposed to be good for photography is now sold as a useful display... It's not worth more than 1/3 of what they ask for.
Even after all these criticisms and bad bias reviews about Nokia 9 pureview, iam still going to buy regardless if its a historic phone or an flip flop phone. Not gonna listen to these haters of what they will soon criticise me!!!!
i don't know why fan of samsung and fan huawei coming here and bashing it. why not accept the fact that the phone is good on it's purpose. me i have this device in order for me to know what is real to what i have only viewing on youtube reviews nor reading article on a page like this. we professional photographers know how to use the camera of this monster. we are not people who opens camera app then point and shoot.
it's awesome that my nokia 9 pureview makes me satisfy on what my eye's can see
Shanti Dope, 07 Apr 2019So by that, it means that high refresh rate OLEDs will only be made when there are enough dema... moreShanti ....
The high price of oled is fault of koreans ...
Samsung and LG uses evaporation method.
It costs more, it is slower and much more material is wasted.
Panasonic uses inkjet printing.
Cheaper, faster and waste of materials is decreased.
Sadly they cant produce enough through JOLED
ZolaIII, 06 Apr 2019It will be cheaper thanks to new players (mostly Chinese); BEOL, TCL and JDI (all do Japanese ... moreJDi just got investmemt from chinese company, not owned by them.
Sony, Toshiba and Hitachi together have 30%.
The rest belongs to another japanese company.
Samsung sells cameras sensors, prices did not go down.
LG and BOE are selling oled but price is still high.
People wrongly thinks that simple oled is better than an expensive LCD. Flagships from Oppo,Vivo, Motorola and OnePlus that use cheaper oled will never give better image quality than a high end LCD phone from Sony or LG.
Some phones with oled are tested here and show delta above 5, even for a LCD this value is bad.
Samsung has LCD TVs, not oled.
Sony considers the LCD Z series their flagship, not the Bravia oled.
chipset: old, Camera: exaggerated useless, Look: ugly. Nokia will never bee the same like before.
Sunlight contrast ratio is staler cause Nokia invented the first brightest OLED even before Samsung knows about it aka clear black OLED.
ZolaIII, 06 Apr 2019While OLED adoption is just getting hot enough with new players jumping in bandwagon things wi... moreSo by that, it means that high refresh rate OLEDs will only be made when there are enough demand and workforce to manufacture them?
I remember an article that I've read from the past, where a Japanese researcher actually found an alternative (and better I suppose) raw material and process in making an OLED panel. The article also compared the newly found substitute to what Samsung's Super AMOLED panels are made of and how are they made.
Don't get me wrong, 60Hz is fine for me already, but after having used an iPad Pro with 120Hz display, going back to normal 60Hz screens feels like a sluggish performance even when it's not.
Even the iPhone XS devices with 120Hz response rate feels very silky and feels much more natural to respond to my screen actions than a regular 60Hz display.