Which quality are you looking for most in a mobile display?
posted by Daniel P. / Jul 31, 2014, 6:46 AM
There are undoubtedly many aspects of what constitutes a decent mobile display, and even more of what actually makes a great one. Starting with the obvious, like outdoor visibility and color reproduction, we can also list more obscure qualities like power draw efficiency and good vertical viewing angles amongst the sought-after characteristics of a mobile screen.
pixel density clock with the power-thirsty Quad HD monsters of late, the average user might be well-off with a 720p panel even. When it comes to color presentation, some find the gaudy hues of most Samsung AMOLED panels "vivid", others sniff at the slightest aberration from the standard RGB gamut, while most don't really lose any sleep over it. On the other hand, we can seemingly all rally around the demands that our phone panels sport decent outdoor visibility, and are frugal with power consumption, as screens are the chief culprit for battery drain, too.When it comes to personal preferences, however, we arrive at murkier waters. While manufacturers keep racing the
That is why we wanted to ask you which of the mobile screen qualities listed below is the one you are looking for most in a phone or tablet, if you have to pick them based mainly on the display characteristics. We are deliberately skipping the "all of the above" option here, as it will most likely skew the results completely, wouldn't it? Check your mark in the poll, and argue your preference in the comments.
Which of these qualities are you looking for most in a mobile display?
High pixel density
Good outdoor visibility
Accurate color reproduction
Wide viewing angles
Posts: 2036; Member since: May 29, 2013
AMOLED fits the bill for everything above. The Note 4 will have the best display of 214. 1440p, high power efficiency, clean whites, true blacks, near perfect color reproduction, amazing viewing angles, better outdoor visibility than led by far and a gigantic 5.7" screen with thin bezels.
posted on Jul 31, 2014, 6:48 AM 19
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Is this a leak? I need the source for this to consider for my next phablet!
posted on Jul 31, 2014, 6:53 AM 1
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Well judging by the jump in performance from the S4 to S5 and even Note 3 to S5, it can be safely assumed that the next screen from Samsung will probably destroy most of the competition which has been using the same LCD tech that has been around for nearly a decade.
posted on Jul 31, 2014, 8:11 AM 4
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Except outdoor visibility...So far at least
posted on Jul 31, 2014, 6:55 AM 0
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Nope, the S5's AMOLED is brighter than basically all the LCDs I think except only JDI/Sony's WhiteMagic LCDs, but those are not in their Z series and they have issues with being washed out when brightness is high The only remaining downside of AMOLEDs is burn in as far as I know now
posted on Jul 31, 2014, 6:58 AM 9
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you are right, I had to replace my display due to burn in effect, my wife didn't do the same and her display now looks awful( not just the burn in, we can see every pixel right now), but I though it was just bad luck, not that it happened all the time with amoled
posted on Jul 31, 2014, 7:17 AM 2
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Hey PA, no option for oversaturated colours? I don't want accurate, I actually want super punchy, oversaturated colours, that make things look better than real life colours. Also no option for screen dimness. S5 is great for reading in the dark without disturbing my wife as the brightness can go extremely low.
posted on Jul 31, 2014, 8:05 PM 0
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ISP for me
posted on Jul 31, 2014, 6:50 AM 2
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There are many different Internet Service Providers Which one would you recommend?
posted on Jul 31, 2014, 6:56 AM 12
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Anything else than TN and/or Crap'O'LED will do, preferably IPS.
posted on Jul 31, 2014, 7:01 AM 1
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AMOLED is superior. ;)
posted on Jul 31, 2014, 7:32 AM 6
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He's still sore that the the Note 3 and GS5 and Galaxy Tab were found to have better screens (including color accuracy) than the competing Apple products. It bothers him to the point be can't sleep at night.
posted on Jul 31, 2014, 11:11 AM 2
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Ips is old technology, fading away. Lmfao The irony and delusional you are. Apple ask Devs to make better apps for its OS, which means to modify. Same as Amoled is an modified vibrant rich . More like jealous you are cause you Apple company which provides everything is sub standard and non technological non advanced based. Typical simple basic products for typical dimwits average joes. The brainless consumers who rely on Apple to tell and lead them. Lmfao
posted on Jul 31, 2014, 7:34 AM 1
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