First up to bat is the iPhone 5 with its 4-inch Retina Display, which we have to say, is the most detailed out of the bunch thanks to its 326 ppi pixel density. Throw in the fact that it also produces the most natural looking colors out of the bunch, while remaining to be the best for outdoor usage, it seems to be the most well-rounded out of the crew.
Although it’s not the most detailed one, the Samsung Galaxy S III’s 4.8-inch Super AMOLED display will no doubt grab some attention for its ginormous size – the biggest in fact out of all of them! Additionally, its saturated color production and superb viewing angles constantly keeps everything on-screen looking extremely sharp. Bigger is better, right? Naturally, some people agree with that wholeheartedly, but at least it’s also able to impress in other aspects as well.
Continuing to show that it’s a formidable force to reckon with in this day and age, the HTC One X also has the muscle to reel in prying eyes to its enchanting looking 4.7-inch 720p Super-LCD 2 screen. With size in its favor as well, it’s further complemented by the warmer color tones exhibited by its display, which as we know from experience, is equally as enticing when compared to the AMOLED displays out there.
Sadly, the only pleasant things we can honestly say about the Nokia Lumia 900’s 4.3-inch ClearBlack Display, is its iridescent color reproduction and wide viewing angles – much like what we find with Samsung’s flagship. However, it fails to impress for the simple reason that its resolution is far outdated, outdated to the point that it’s now regarded as being something employed by mid-range devices nowadays. Still, it’s a decent looking display, but don’t expect it to grab the top spot any time soon.