SP3r3 Leader, 04 Apr 2020Tell me what was your point about? Monitors to cross 1000 nits brightness right? So I just gav... moreYes It has to cross 1000+ nits and having full color coverage.
That's what I was arguing about.
SP3r3 Leader, 04 Apr 2020You thought I've less knowledge about computer? Dude just tell what's your requirements? I can... moreLet's not talk about degrees here. I'm not graduated yet. But the subject I'm graduating is more connected to PC world than your Electric Engineering. Thought the core of Display department is in your area. But we still hold knowledge about every area of Computer.
I'm not trying to leak my privacy here. So, don't shout much about your degrees. That's not going to help.
Anyway My saying wasn't to disrespect you. You just came in and gave examples which does not fulfill my requirements and you were acting smart.
AnonD-754814, 04 Apr 2020I simply don't remember when I took a debate about you. Also your reply doesn't make any sen... moreActually you'll very much notice that those displays have a brighter luminosity can excel the colour brightness more.. I pretty believe those monitors I mentioned here before can hit nearly 1000 nits on full screen coverage if not contain any rgb requirements..
SP3r3 Leader, 04 Apr 2020Tell me what was your point about? Monitors to cross 1000 nits brightness right? So I just gav... moreI simply don't remember when I took a debate about you.
Also your reply doesn't make any sense.
Most of you reply is going on my side.
My point was It's not possible to make a LED display with both high color coverage and high brightness. This is why professional monitors aren't into the brightness.
Then one guy replied with 2 ASUS monitors which have 700nits brightness.
My reply was simple. There is no monitor which can do full color coverage and 1000+ nits at the same time.
I also don't understand why're you giving examples with mobile display brightness. That's so small scale.
OLED TVs aren't like OLED display on mobile.
To get that brightness OLED Tv needs a separate back light. Previously they needed separate color filter too(Don't know about last 2 years model, still I believe they do).
So, that kills the advantages of OLED.
Anyway I will still be happy if you can refer a display which is truly 1000+ nits with full color coverage.
AnonD-754814, 23 Mar 2020I have more knowledge in PC industry than I have on smartphone world. So, I know what I'm ta... moreYou thought I've less knowledge about computer? Dude just tell what's your requirements? I can make for you anything you demand (gaming rig, workstation, servers, nas, san, prepare a new pcb where you can make diy, fix any of some deep errors of parts ie. motherboard etc. I'm a graduate in major EEE and Masters in SE.. And planning to do PhD in SC.. So I know the deep engineering and study about computers parts so well. Our family business have two companies on IT and software section, and hardware and retail section.. We have 7 super shops ( hardware and retail section) of computer, electrical and electronics parts in 6 cities.. And I'm the incharge of the section as father looks after the whole company himself (CEO and chairman). My mom and younger brother look after our IT farm and software solution sites..
AnonD-754814, 23 Mar 2020I have more knowledge in PC industry than I have on smartphone world.
So, I know what I'm ta... moreTell me what was your point about? Monitors to cross 1000 nits brightness right? So I just gave you a simple answer with no argument mindset. It was not a condition on 100% or more sRGB and less AdobeRGB.. Because in peak white brightness test rgb has nothing to do then. That would be a matter of luminance. Because that is a test of peak brightness of a few area on white.. Not a saturated sRGB test or testing more space AdobeRGB or etc..
Who has said that?
Even did I mention about full screen? Did you ask about the peak brightness at full screen? Or I said that could be done when the screen is in full shape? Nope!
Tell me which smartphone could cross 1000 cd/m^2 on 100% apl despite being a much smaller display? None! Such as s20 ultra gets 1342 nits brightness at vivid on 1% API only! Lol (it makes sense tho) While 828 nits on 100% apl.
When the older PA32UC could get 1200 nits brightness while covering 25% apl.. Apple pro xdr can get nearly 1600 in hdr. Don't know about the display coverage tho.. So result of PA32UCG could do similar. Although I found its typical peak brightness is nearly 700 nits on 100% apl.. There isn't much review tho, but I believe the result could be better in HDR..
Even there are other monitors have a peak brightness over 1000 nits..
Now about TV.. On my recent observation, a TCL TV could get almost 2000 nits brightness probably on 10% apl. But couldn't pass 600 nits at 100% screen coverage. I don't know tho was it on sdr or hdr.. I didn't concentrate that much there.. Even on your sRGB issue about TV, I don't remember which TV has sRGB standard other than P3 standard now.. If you know let me inform..
But my last word is, don't take some words so seriously, because you could be understood wrong.. And if you say about debàte then you may also know that I never stop in ãrgument if I'm not wrong.. And here I wasn't wrong..
Very surprising that the Oppo phone can take photos in 48 megapixel mode. What most people likely don't really realize is that this isn't a Quad Bayer sensor, but a Quad Pixel sensor, which is fundamentally different. A Quad Pixel sensor has one microlens over four subpixels (a dual pixel sensor has one microlens over two subpixels) whereas a Quad Bayer sensor has a microlens over every subpixel. A 12 megapixel dual pixel sensor can't produce 24 megapixel photos due to the microlens. So it's surprising that this 12 megapixel quad pixel sensor can take 48 megapixel photos.
Anonymous, 24 Mar 2020The ones that are color calibrated for professional use are expensive that most people's high ... moreOh got it. Yeah.. A high end professional monitor cost 2000$+
One can build pretty much high end gaming setup with that money with a Curved monitor.
vegan leather! LOL marketing BS! its plastic!!!
AnonD-754814, 23 Mar 2020That wasn't a gaming monitor. Gaming monitors aren't focused to cover full RGB . Anything over... moreThe ones that are color calibrated for professional use are expensive that most people's high end computer rigs. That's what I meant to say.
Anonymous, 20 Mar 20205G ??Yes, those series compatible with 5G.
Anonymous, 23 Mar 2020Not to forget expensive than most people's gaming rigs. That wasn't a gaming monitor. Gaming monitors aren't focused to cover full RGB . Anything over 60% is okay for gaming monitors.
Chavis, 23 Mar 2020The P40 will probably use the Kirin 990 5G which is the only chipset on the market that has an... moreIntegrating modem makes a SoC more efficient. If the kirin 990 has bad battery life then it possibly because of using 16 Mali G76 core or the 5G modem design isn't a efficient design.
Future Leader, 23 Mar 2020Hahaha buddy!
ProArt PA32UC and upcoming ProArt PA32UCG say Hi! I have more knowledge in PC industry than I have on smartphone world.
So, I know what I'm talking.
Did you just google that and put the name in comment just so you can win the debate ?
Then I'm sorry, that's not the case.
The monitor can't cover 1000 nit the entire display, not even close.
It's actual brightness is 700 nits.
You should know deep about a product when you refer it to someone.
For your knowledge, I'm not saying 1000+ nits monitor isn't possible. But doing both 1000+ nits and full sRGB coverage at the same time is extremely tricky and hard.
AnonD-754814, 23 Mar 2020Of course there are. Professional monitors are built to do that , not crossing `1000 nits like tv. Hahaha buddy!
ProArt PA32UC and upcoming ProArt PA32UCG say Hi!
Anonymous, 19 Mar 2020We'll know if the 5G variant of the P40 Pro also has disappointing battery life as that will h... moreThe P40 will probably use the Kirin 990 5G which is the only chipset on the market that has an integrated 5G modem as opposed to being an external one like on the Snapdragon 865. 'Integrated' means it's an integral part of the chipset and not an add-on. So we can't use the P40 to make any judgments about 5G efficiency on those other phones.
Future Leader, 22 Mar 2020But monitors haveOf course there are. Professional monitors are built to do that , not crossing `1000 nits like tv.