Ok thoughts about AMOLED Degradation, i agree that it becomes yellow over years, but then people normally switch to new phone every 2 years, now AMOLED's have been here since 2008 and i haven't seen anyone crying about their screens, so why are we discussing AMOLED's anyway. And really, after using AMOLED's i'm not switching IPS LED's.
m86k, 11 Mar 2015Well no, i was wrong. He's a real pure troll, just copy pasting his replies between both pages...again and again sidelining a duscussion by wrongly calling troll.being defensive isnt it??if you do know about amoled degradation,why are you calling someone troll again and again??.i did not post a wrong fact.i know,amoled degrades,you just admitted amoled degrades-so what are we arguing about?i want to state that i have nothing against you..i am trying to give a informed scientific fact in a forum read by informed people. thanks.
all specification for the S6 are amazing, but why design and develop a device that does not support an external memory card, now Samsung is giving Apple an advantage cause now the choice between the Iphone 6 and Samsung S6 becomes irrelevant because neither phone supports an external memory card...
m86k, 11 Mar 2015Oh, you are replying without copy/pasting on both pages? I already answered you on Edge page. ... moreWell no, i was wrong. He's a real pure troll, just copy pasting his replies between both pages...
Anonymous, 11 Mar 2015uh huh.well you cant see the difference as your eyes get accustomed to the changed tint becaus... moreOh, you are replying without copy/pasting on both pages? I already answered you on Edge page.
Now about OLED degradation, i already knew about it way more longtime before you i guess, since i own amoled phones since 2009, i didn't wait for you and S6 announcement to know about that tech.
But seeing the way you are posting, i wonder if you ever owned an amoled phone. But keep on with your informative posts, they don't hurt people not knowing about that.
m86k, 11 Mar 2015Same dual posting / spam again i see.
I'm not really sure what you are trying to do, being ... moreuh huh.well you cant see the difference as your eyes get accustomed to the changed tint because you use it everyday-you will think its ok.but its not.its never the same.all those specs of accurate hues,gamma,etc all will not be accurate again.do get yourself a s6 and use it as your primary phone and do keep another superamoled screen phone as control(just buy the control phone and keep it-dont use it at all though)
pls compare the screen of your primary phone with the control phone after 1year.you will find the difference very starkly
..in short,what i want to be is informative-i donot deny that s6 is a great phone.i just want to show that the amoled screen you are going so gaga about is not as long lasting as you think.i dont understand why people today think that speaking a true fact is trolling.and regarding why its on s6 page-they think they are the trail blazers in oled display tech.so i found it apt to show that its indeed ips that lasts longer not oled..do google-amoled degradation.there are many people who use their phones for years-everyone does not want spend a fortune every year,isnt it?
wow , i am really impressed how samsung solved the battery issue for non removable batteries , the wireless recharge is pretty impressive in the commercials i hope it does in real time too . and free 128 gb storage like thank you samsung !
Anonymous, 11 Mar 2015dual posting is not trolling...it implies stating of a true fact
in amoled screens-the bl... moreSame dual posting / spam again i see.
I'm not really sure what you are trying to do, being informative or militate against Amoled screens (and Samsung or more particularly S6's since you didn't post that on all Amoled based phones).
All phones are prone to die anyway, being a way or another. As for Amoled ones, i think that most owners of Galaxy S to S5 can tell you they never got any problem with their handsets and are still working as day 1 (for those who didn't burn their screen).
None of this matters ... they are moving BACKWARDS on 2 VERY important things ... NON-removable battery AND memory card. Regardless of ALL other things, this makes the phone useless. If I wanted an iPhone I'd get a freaking iPhone. Waste of amazing technology with a pathetic step BACK in good features. Absolute waste.
Bonnie22, 10 Mar 2015The Samsung phone spec actually is in popular style but non-removable battery is the problem. ... moreSo that means you never ever own an iphone , windows Lumia, Htc phone, oppo phone , one plus one , LG G2 , just to name a few ,Samsung has like a Million smartphones, and 78% of their smartphone have SD card slot Removable battery, only 2 up to date has no removable battery Galaxy s6 and Galaxy 6 edge , again no one is forcing you to buy Samsung devices, but c mon son really
[deleted post]You might want to read the article. Furthermore the original article that was mentioned in article cannot be found. Also it there is no basis to what is said. Also comment section of the article that what is written is not true at all. Nice try however.
Dante, 11 Mar 2015You really do not know about tech at all. Exynos that S6 uses is the only commercially availab... moreuh huh.samsung stole the 14nm tech is the fact.i am not disputing that samsung is presently the only to do a 14nm..i am saying that samsung stole the technology from tmsc and patented it before tmsc could realise it had suffered a ip theft.thats what i am talking about.right??
m86k, 10 Mar 2015People dual posting same comment on both S6 and S6edge, are pure trolls.
Now like i said, n... moredual posting is not trolling...it implies stating of a true fact
in amoled screens-the blue sub pixels deteriorate faster than all other subpixels.the colors degrade in this order :blue, green,
and then red.even though pentile system is used in amoleds,yet it is only to reduce the size of blue subpixels that always tend to degrade faster.but still self degrade it does..reducing the size of blue subpixels only delays the inevitability. so eventhough you may not get a burn in -the amoleds tends to assume a very subtle yellowish tint after a year or so that only becomes more apparent with use..so even though practically you wont get a burn in-because most people dont keep a static image on their screen for long,amoleds will lose their accuracy of color reproduction after long use.this is the bare scientific fact- because the organic polymers in amoled had,has and will always degrade with us
just prove scientifically that organic polymers in amoled dont naturally degrade with time...
[deleted post]You really do not know about tech at all. Exynos that S6 uses is the only commercially available 14nm CPU in the world. Intel Broadwell CPU uses 14nm fab but will be available in 2Q 2015. The next chip that Apple will use will be be made by Samsung because no other manufacturers can make it. Even though you do not want to believe it, but fact is fact.
[deleted post]You might want to do some research before posting a comment. Exynos 7420 doesn't have any of the issues you mentioned. Might want to check this link
I dont care non-removable battery or water proofing... fm radio and sd cart slot are important for me . so S6 is waste ..