Anonymous, 11 Oct 2020This is the consensus
"That being said, screen burn in isn’t something that should con... moreBurn-in and color tinting reports were mostly found in forums in Reddit, XDA, even in Samsung's own forums to name a few. I don't expect it to see in major articles though, even in here (GSMArena), since S8's tinting issues which samsung claims as "as appealing and natural".
Their fix was adding manual color sliders for the users to compensate manually, it's not a fix but just a patch, it does not resolve the inherent tinting issue, it only hides it until the degradation became obvious again to a point that the warranty runs out.
It's easy fo any "reviewers" to say that burn-ins rarely happens but the fact was that they swap smartphones most of the time, their smartphone turn-over period was very short and most smartphones they review end-up inside their storage to be used again for revisiting or "long-term" review.
If you want proof that burn-ins (worts case) and color tinting (when the user is careful but keeps devices in-use daily for 1 or two years), check the forums or even Youtube and not review sites. As easy as that.
Anonymous, 10 Oct 2020How they managed to do the screen cutout for the cam if it's LCD?you kidding me? my 2 years old Honor View 20 has a LCD and punch hole camera...
IpsDisplay, 10 Oct 2020Yeah they use OLEd because of how fast it depreciates
They faster the screen can get wors... moreThis is the consensus
"That being said, screen burn in isn’t something that should concern many users if they’re looking to buy a new OLED smartphone. Modern panels have much longer lifespans than early OLED smartphones, and even then burn in was rare. Just don’t leave a static image on the screen 24/7 with the brightness set at max and you can enjoy your displays for years without issue.
The bottom line is that you should be looking at several year’s worth of work out of a modern smartphone display before any screen burn in will be noticeable. "
And arent people keeping their phones more longer now due to higher prices than years ago?? Guess we be seeing alot more burn in articles lol
Moo3, 10 Oct 2020"Samsung, Huawei and Apple" use it because when your OLED inevitably burns-in in as ... moreKinda crazy how my Note 4 works to this day ;)
So back in the days when Iphones used LCD in flagships they were no degradation to it or disadvantages right???
I have a Xiaomi Mi-A2 Mi6x for 2.5 years now, and I'm super happy with it. The Android One on it is awesome. That's a mid-range cheap phone with lots of specs. The only thing that it lacks is a good amoled screen. The LTPS screen is good but outside in the sun is crap. You can't see on it and have to move to the shades... This 10T pro packs a punch but lacks again an amoled. So I would have to pass and when I will change it I will do it with a phone with amoled. The cameras on the Mi-A2 are not crap but sincerely the single 13mpix cam on my previous Asus Zenfone 2 Ze-550KL is much better than the Mi-A2's... So, amoled next for me...
Stop the OLED hype which I fell into with the S8+ (so is the glass backs vs plastics). I was looking into one wallpaper on my phone I took at a beach with a hazy, blue slight gray sky but the OLED display shows it with some grain, tiny bits of noise (younger, better eyes can see it more than me). Simply, the colors are not smooth and so is the resolution because of the Pentile/Diamond config.
LCDs are cheaper and the slightly higher power consumption is offset by larger batteries greater than 3500mah.
OLED can be best in a dark room with HDR video content but it is a rare type of use for me
IpsDisplay, 10 Oct 2020Yeah they use OLEd because of how fast it depreciates They faster the screen can get wors... moreRepeat after me, Miniled is not LCD... Miniled is NOT LCD (do it 10 times please) and why would gsma profit from faster deprecation of display of all components, especially since battery will degrade wayyy before that? Has that extra bright LCD blinded your brain too?
Anonymous, 10 Oct 2020Am I the only one who couldn't give a toss about what screen a phone has got ? 😂The screen makes a massive difference. It should be one of ur top priorities.. I mean the phone is basically almost 90 odd percent screen and the refresh rate and color/contrast capabilities are hugely obvious when doing.. ANYTHING on ur phone. I have a pixel 2xl and a 4xl and the 4xl absolutely demolishes the 2xl in screen quality. Watching Netflix between them even with non hdr titles is a night and day difference.
So, you can't talking about OHHHHLED than ELLLCD. that's because Xiaomi told you so.
Can any body tell me how is loud music recording; just audio or audio with video?
Anonymous, 10 Oct 2020Am I the only one who couldn't give a toss about what screen a phone has got ? 😂Well, as long as it has nice colors and over 60 Hz refresh rate - it's enough for me.
Am I the only one who couldn't give a toss about what screen a phone has got ? 😂
Anonymous, 10 Oct 2020Didnt GSMArena themselves say they preferred OLED.
On top of that LCD cant match black of A... moreYeah they use OLEd because of how fast it depreciates
They faster the screen can get worse they more users will have a reason to "upgrade" so more profit
That same 700+ nits is bad news for heat and destruction of OLED displays as they are organic
The panel on the mi 10t series will maintain 650 almost permanently you ca expect your oled to fall way lower after a few months
Not to mention that miniled LCD smartphones will take over soon enough
Xiaomi's camera software is poor. The 108mp sensor is good, but the camera app overprocesses and smudges details in places, including on faces. The software makes a mess of greens and yellows. Grass detail is terrible across all Xiaomi products, even their flagships.
Anonymous, 10 Oct 2020Didnt GSMArena themselves say they preferred OLED. On top of that LCD cant match black of A... more"Samsung, Huawei and Apple" use it because when your OLED inevitably burns-in in as little as a few months depending on your usage, you'll most likely want to purchase a new handset.