TFD is a display which is able to produce abt the same quality of displays as compared to TFT. TFD JUST CONSUMES LESS POWER THATS ALL. And/or mayb the display quality will be "slightly" tiny bit lousier compared to TFT. Tats all
i think its TFT becuase www.mobilereview.com
say its TFT and they are Never wrong!
Gsmarena have got it Wrong
other websites says this uses TFT technology gsmarena could be wrong
i mean, they are a lot of times incorrect
you will not convince me.
TFD is just as good as TFT? eh, no it isn't.
The only logical reason is power saving and cheaper!
It uses emulation to achieve colours that TFTs can reproduce naturally. (That should tell you something)
Compare them - I have.
Let me tell u this... Just cos there was a TFD in the specs of this phone people have started discussing about it. I've been using this phone for a while and i know a thing or two about displays too. TFD display is not bad at all... In fact it is as good as any other display in the market. You will not be able to find any difference in the display quality or the color reproduction.We are not some display engineers to be talking bout the technical aspects of the the display. Dump all the tfd tft discussions and IF U R THINKING TWICE BEFORE GETTING THIS MOBILE ONLY COS OF THE TFD THEN GO AHEAD AND BUY IT. I'M VERY SURE YOU WONT BE ABLE TO MAKE ANY DIFFERENCE IN THE QUALITY.
I'm using W850i and i want to know which screen quality is better...610 or 850
I think this is an upgrade from the w810 it got everything the w810 just becuase it has a lower number doesn´t meant its worse.
i got this phone, but i have a problem that is when people called me or sms me, i can't receive any...DAMN TIS phone....i went to change it...they gave me another handset but still the same ! damn it !
SE are going backwards then
Nokia are putting 16M colours and TFT displays in their phones.
SE are making small displays with 262K colours - there really going backkkwardsss.
TFD is not as good as TFT.
Advantage is uses less power.
Disadvantage is not as sharp and poorer colour reproduction and it's older technology.
do you think they are using tfd so it uses less power and they can use a smaller battery?? If they start to do this just to be slim like phones are going at the moment it wont do them any good but for crying out loud i hope they dont resort to CSTN displays they were used in their t68..!! but that said im sure s/e also used UFB displays at one point and ive never heard of since..
UFB = ultra fine & bright
CSTN = colour super twist nematic