TheGoldenMellifluous, 13 Mar 2020If Sony division of Imaging Sensor is worse than Samsung, then how's the process of Samsung Im... moreI guess you didn't quiet understand my logic.
The summary is ,
Samsung isn't using 4k display because they don't feel it is worth anything over the QHD for that small screen.
It's not because Samsung can't.
Now Sony didn't make 108MP because they didn't feel it is much better. It's not because they can't.
The guy whom I replied said Samsung can't make 4k displays. This is why I gave that example.
Are you that guy ?
Tann Hauser, 13 Mar 2020Oh man, are you thick.
When talking about nits living up to screens HDR, you should be awar... more10,000 nits is for Dolby Vision, not regular HDR.
And also HDR brightness is different for OLED and LCD( LCD around 1000 cd/m2; OLED might be around 550 cd/m2).
Man ! First Educate yourself then come and debate.
Arguing with ignorance people is useless.
So, Bye here.
AnonD-754814, 10 Mar 2020This is a lame logic. Samsung makes 8k displays.
Based on your logic, I can say,
Sony does... moreIf Sony division of Imaging Sensor is worse than Samsung, then how's the process of Samsung Imaging Sensor division able to have DRAM on their camera sensors (ISOCELL series) when they don't have one before? Of course, they took royalty, how-to-knowledge & permission of Sony's DRAM patent that came out first with XZ Premium/XZs, derived again from RX100 Mk IV-V based DRAM sensor. DRAM on phones wasn't seen until both two were launched in 2017, marking a new stuffs out from Sony Imaging division. Samsung only doing it after launch of S9 series next year with their own or Sony-made IMX345.
It's all balanced, pal. No one is superior to others. Even if one of them overdoing others, that's doesn't mean the other sucks. Sure, ISOCELL have 108 MP Nonacell with huge 1/1.33" sensor to consider on, but Sony also did have own Omnidirectional PDAF that ISOCELL series haven't bake for public now.... Only time when both with switch position to have their own... If Sony Imaging division wasn't here, most camera technology we seen today wouldn't be in the spolight. Just saying...
Anonymous, 13 Mar 2020No. Other brands do not have screen able to display 10bit content. HDR does not mean 10bit. ... moreDid you even read what I wrote ? ... "Numerous phone major brands have 10 bit color equivalent 8+2 bit screens." .....8+2 bit color equivalent screen display is NOT a 10 bit display....
AnonD-754814, 13 Mar 2020You are giving yourself a solution. Good ! Now google it. Check it. Who is right.
I know wha... moreOh man, are you thick.
When talking about nits living up to screens HDR, you should be aware that so called full speced HDR screen specification is 10 000 nits.
Guess who made the only prototype screen with full ranged HDR?
And here you are, nitpicking about 100 or so nits differences, and talking about mobile screens living up to HDR.
Tann Hauser, 12 Mar 2020Why then dont you googleproof it for me?
As you obviously insist on fake unproven claims... No matter how much proof is presented to you, you will simply, just deny it. That facts are there, you choose not to accept them. Plus, its not my job to educate you.
I'm not a Sony, Samsung, LG, Huaweii, Apple fan, nor do I own any of these brands. I select lesser known brands just for the interest. Therefore, I can honestly and openly discuss these topics.
Anonymous, 13 Mar 2020All with SD865 have. Ermmm, no.
Rick James, 12 Mar 2020I think you're wrong in this case. Of course, Sony has been involved in OLED production for ye... moreThat article states that Sony Oled TV's use LG panels and several other devices use Samsung Amoleds. Nothing about mobile phones. Nic try, but no cigar for you.
Tann Hauser, 12 Mar 2020I do. Thank you for caring tho.
Obviously you dont have a clue what Im talking about, so goo... moreYou are giving yourself a solution. Good ! Now google it. Check it. Who is right.
I know what I'm taking about. You clearly don't have a clue what you're talking about. 10 thousands cd/m2 , seriously ?
No phone with oled does 1000 nits. It is same measurement done by DisplayMate.
White dot that is 1% of the screen, this way it is much easier to push brightness.
No phone will reach 1000 nits using whole screen. Phone quickly gets hot.
For example the bright mode of G7 cant keep it more than 3 min.
Also, brighter oled will suffer burn-in faster.
Wide = imx555 like s20
Ultra wide = imx563 (main cam of 5)
3x zoom = same used by 1 and 5
Selfie = same from 1 and 5
Tominson, 12 Mar 2020Incorrect again. Numerous phone major brands have 10 bit color equivalent 8+2 bit screens. Goo... moreNo. Other brands do not have screen able to display 10bit content.
HDR does not mean 10bit.
Samsung, Pixel, iphones etc all turn content into 8bit.
Ellis, 12 Mar 2020Is this the world's first smartphone with Bluetooth 5.1 ? All with SD865 have.
3.5mm jack but no radio? :(
AnonD-754814, 12 Mar 202010,000 nits ? Have some education man. I do. Thank you for caring tho.
Obviously you dont have a clue what Im talking about, so google it.
If one doesnt know something, there is always google nowadays.
I wish this Xperia 1 II will have more brightness
So much talking about cameras, when it's not important as much as we use them. Professional photographer is exemption. I do photos in day time (mostly). So, I prefer compare phones by display, how is it in my hand to hold, design of course, and I don't like curved displays. If I still have a choice, I choose flat display. Xperia 1 was really comfortable phone, so Xperia 1 II will be even better, because it has smaller bezels
I gave my Xperia 1 to my wife and I'm waiting for thisnow one
AnonD-754814, 12 Mar 2020Sony Xperia 1's display brightness wasn't upto the level for HDR. So , Don't shout much about ... moreOh you mean 10 000 nits true HDR levels?
Shout it to me then, which flagship is up to its HDR?
I eagerly await.
Tann Hauser, 12 Mar 2020Why then dont you googleproof it for me? As you obviously insist on fake unproven claims... Sony Xperia 1's display brightness wasn't upto the level for HDR. So , Don't shout much about it. Let the Xperia 1 II release. We'll know.