Apple iPhone XR Review

It's just one phone that tries to accommodate all iPhone users looking to upgrade this year, to something that's not so mercilessly bank-breaking like Apple's higher-tier line. This is the iPhone XR – a $750 product that promises to deliver almost everything the iPhone XS has to offer, at a considerably lower price point.
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194 Comments

139. perry1234

Posts: 643; Member since: Aug 14, 2012

True that ! Have my like sir.

144. Leo_MC

Posts: 7214; Member since: Dec 02, 2011

So, you're saying that the optometrist you're talking about agrees with the fact that a human with 20/20 vision (or 6/6 for the rest of 7 billion people that are using SI) can only make a difference of 280 ppi (140 line-paires*2 pixels per line)? 6/6 is called... "normal vision" because that's the average human being vision; this is what the lens on spectacles are designed to get you to. 12" (which is 35 cm in SI) is the distance I have always been taught I should keep the reading source, with the display of the phone, that distance became 40 cm (because I want to keep my natural vision as long as I can). So the standard is 6/6, the rule is 6/>6 (worse vision) and the exception is 6/

145. Leo_MC

Posts: 7214; Member since: Dec 02, 2011

So the standard is 6/6, the rule is 6/>6 (worse vision) and the exception is 6/>6. XR has a resolution for 6/5.5 vision, Note for 6/5, that means I have to move the phone at no more than 30 cm (5 cm less than normal) from my eyes to spot a difference. You also see a difference in resolution between XS and XR (or 8)? Come back with the answer after you have an answer and we'll continue from there.

148. wickedwilly

Posts: 668; Member since: Sep 19, 2018

My first thought on reading this rubbish is you have a big problem reading English or have massive comprehension problem, but I will give you the benefit of doubt and say you are just trying (very badly) to get out of the corner you put yourself in. "Most people are capable of appreciating resolution far beyond that however". Do you understand this? Beyond what, well read the paragraph before, did you see "The display on the first Retina iPhone had a pixel density of about 320 pixels per inch, just enough to be resolution limited by a viewer with 20:20 vision at 12" viewing distance" He then goes further "However, the limit for detecting incremental improvement is even further past this. When viewing high contrast still images (e.g. something like Google Maps, or black on white text) the eye is able to perceive details far beyond than the optical resolution limit of the eye." Sorry to repeat, but this is very clear. He is an optometrist, an expert and he refutes strongly your argument that a user cannot see the difference above the level of iPhone LED screens, like the iPhone 4 or XR. You gave the level of proof (the view of an optometrist) and I produced it.

150. Leo_MC

Posts: 7214; Member since: Dec 02, 2011

I will always ignore the first insulting statements; I just ask of you to talk tech and stay away from making judgement calls about the persons talking to you. 6/6 is called "normal vision" because that is the STANDARD for MOST PEOPLE, but in fact "MOST PEOPLE" have a vision of 6/>6 (which is worse than the standard) and a very small number of people (especially pre-teens and people with sick eyes - for instance hypermetropia) have 6/

151. wickedwilly

Posts: 668; Member since: Sep 19, 2018

The prelude was called for as you obviously avoided the whole point of my comment, a direct response to one you specifically asked for. The prelude was just pointing this out. If you had addressed the point instead of ignoring what I wrote then there would be no need for it. You have been arguing that resolution above 300 ppi is not perceptible on smartphones, I quote you "It is biologically impossible for a normal human being to see a difference in pixel density over 300 ppi from a 30-40 cm distance; I can't see it, you can't see it, NO HUMAN can see it." When questioned on this premise, you ask "Just talk to an optometrist to find out why." My comment was from an optometrist and points out your premise is wrong and indeed human can make out a difference and it is not a few exceptions! If you want to have any credibility either admit you are incorrect or justify why and not just your view. After all, you asked for an expert opinion (which has far more meaning than yours) and you got one. I await your direct answer to my points, not a cop out like before.

152. Leo_MC

Posts: 7214; Member since: Dec 02, 2011

You are absolutely right, I should have said "no human with normal vision or worse - about 7 billion people or more - can't distinguish a density over 300 ppi", but I made this clear over the numerous messages I've written. Now let's get back to xr VS xs: have you looked at them, according to your eyes, are there differences in the density of the pixels?

153. wickedwilly

Posts: 668; Member since: Sep 19, 2018

So you agree you were wrong and come out with yet another unjustifiable statement, conveniently ignoring the points I raised yet again. The only conclusion one can draw from this, is you like to make bold statements and claims, yet run away and hide behind diversion and deflection when you are faced with evidence that shows you are wrong. If you want to discuss tech and not be criticised, then you need to answer questions when someone replies directly to what you yourself requested.

154. Leo_MC

Posts: 7214; Member since: Dec 02, 2011

I was not wrong; I have been talking about the rule (6/6 or worse vision), you have been talking about the exception. "Now let's get back to xr VS xs: have you looked at them, according to your eyes, are there differences in the density of the pixels?"

155. ColinW

Posts: 412; Member since: Jun 04, 2014

Funny in your last comment you said I was right? Are you having memory problems? The answer to your question 8s I gave not seen the XR, but having seen the iPhone 4, 5, SE 6s, 7 and 8 all models against models like the S8, S9 and of course I can see the difference. Now answer my questions, the report from your requested expert, refutted your rule so is 100% relevant. So come on, stop trying to run away from the point like a coward, you asked for the expert opinion, not me.

156. Leo_MC

Posts: 7214; Member since: Dec 02, 2011

Who are you? I don't remember talking to you... The so called expert - if you refer to #137 - no only confirmed what I have been saying all along, he actually said that a person with 6/6 vision is not able to see differences over 280 ppi (I have said 300 ppi and the XR has 326 ppi). If we are to believe my numbers, the display of XR offers perfect sharpness for up to 6/5.5 vision and Note - which is ok for people with up to 6/5 vision - will have observable amount of jagginess and fuzziness for people with up to 6/4 vision (the best tested so far); if we take his numbers, XR offers the same sharpness to people with 6/5.15 vision (almost as the clarity of Note 9 display, by my calculations). So either I'm right and over 7 billion people cannot see fuzziness on XR display (which you have to admit is not so bad); either he is right and XR is just as good as my math is saying Note 9 is (and crisp for almost all the people in the world). Which one is it? I'm sure you have seen differences, but my question is about those between XR (8, or 7, or 6s) and XS (and the next question is about the difference between XS and Note). Have you seen them (I'm waiting wickedwilly's answer too, if you are not him)?

157. wickedwilly

Posts: 668; Member since: Sep 19, 2018

I am the same person, just posting from a different device. So you now know I have answered your question, (which I already had), yet you are still not answering mine, which was made before yours. Simply put you are still avoiding the point. The expert I quoted clearly said that what you are saying is incorrect. He started with the point you were making then clearly said this was incorrect. I repeat again what was said, "Most people are capable of appreciating resolution far beyond that however" Let me educate you "Most" is not a tiny minority. "far beyond" in this context means much higher than 280, 300 or 326ppi that you claim and mention in the paragraphs before. He then takes this further - "However, the limit for detecting incremental improvement is even further past this. When viewing high contrast still images (e.g. something like Google Maps, or black on white text) the eye is able to perceive details far beyond than the optical resolution limit of the eye." It cannot be clearer, he is not agreeing with you at all. So as I answered all your questions, please answer these if are to have any credibility at all.

158. Leo_MC

Posts: 7214; Member since: Dec 02, 2011

I have already analyzed those assumptions. A study conducted by a MD and PhD from a UIHC in USA found that "only about 35 percent of all adults have 20/20 (6/6 in metric system) vision without glasses, contact lenses or corrective surgery. With corrective measures, approximately 75 percent of adults have THIS degree of visual acuity while the other 25 percent of the population just DOESN"T SEE VERY WELL". A study from 2008 made by a dude from U.S. National Eye Institute, a PhD from Columbia University, a MD from Harvard Medical School (amongst others) reveled that "About HALF of all American adults don't have the 20/20 vision physicians consider optimal because they are nearsighted, farsighted, or have an irregular corneal curve known as astigmatism" US considers "normal" what is better than 20/60 (the same as in EU, which uses EBU by WHO - 6/18) vision. An old study found that the median visual acuity was 20/19. No matter what the majority is - according to the studies conducted by institutions and not personal opinions of some dude - at least 50% of humans will be more than OK with XR resolution with maybe 1/1000 - according to empiric findings - being able to make differences (on a scale, that's 0.1% of human population, or less, considering the fact that US and EU have some of the healthiest citizens in the world - I know about Korea and Japan, I just don't have data to compile them). I think any manufacturer can afford to ignore 0.1% market. You still have to answer about the differences that you are seeing between the resolutions of XR and XS (or I haven't seen it). Can you please do or point me to the answer? Thanks!

159. wickedwilly

Posts: 668; Member since: Sep 19, 2018

You may have analyzed those assumptions, but had not posted them here. Now you have, it is totally inconsistent with what you have said before and actually confirms my opinion. Before you were saying the vast majority do not have vision good enough to make out the difference between 300 and 400 or more ppi. Now you are saying 35% can without glasses, contact lenses or corrective surgery, that is about 2.5 billion people. More importantly, 75% of people can tell the difference (including those with glasses, contact lenses or corrective surgery), which is a massive number, around 5.35 billion. Take into account the % that can afford to buy an iPhone and enjoy the advantage of a higher ppi the % of these will be even more than 75%. The second source you give is outdated and my data which is much more recent is not given by "some dude" but an optometrist, which is what YOU requested. At the end of the day we are not talking about those with perfect "natural" vision, but those who have the capacity to make out the difference which is those with perfect vision, wear glasses, contact lenses and have had corrective surgery. Which for those who can afford to buy a half decent smartphone, is the majority of the world. I have answered several times you should read properly, see comment 155 for example. I will repeat - I have not seen the XR, but having seen the iPhone 4, 5, SE 6s, 7 and 8 and many others (all with low resolutions around 326ppi), against models like the X, XS, S8 and S9 and from this I can clearly see the difference, comparisons to the XR will be the same. Everyone I have discussed this with can see the difference too.

160. wickedwilly

Posts: 668; Member since: Sep 19, 2018

You may have analyzed those assumptions, but had not posted them here. Now you have, it is totally inconsistent with what you have said before and actually confirms my opinion. Before you were saying the vast majority do not have vision good enough to make out the difference between 300 and 400 or more ppi. Now you are saying 35% can without glasses, contact lenses or corrective surgery, that is about 2.5 billion people. More importantly, 75% of people can tell the difference (including those with glasses, contact lenses or corrective surgery), which is a massive number, around 5.35 billion. Take into account the % that can afford to buy an iPhone and enjoy the advantage of a higher ppi the % of these will be even more than 75%. The second source you give is outdated and my data which is much more recent is not given by "some dude" but an optometrist, which is what YOU requested. At the end of the day we are not talking about those with perfect "natural" vision, but those who have the capacity to make out the difference which is those with perfect vision, wear glasses, contact lenses and have had corrective surgery. Which for those who can afford to buy a half decent smartphone, is the majority of the world. I have answered several times you should read properly, see comment 155 for example. I will repeat - I have not seen the XR, but having seen the iPhone 4, 5, SE 6s, 7 and 8 and many others (all with low resolutions around 326ppi), against models like the X, XS, S8 and S9 and from this I can clearly see the difference, comparisons to the XR will be the same. Everyone I have discussed this with can see the difference too.

161. Leo_MC

Posts: 7214; Member since: Dec 02, 2011

I have always said the same thing: the majority of humans (and by majority I mean mahahahahahajority) can't tell the difference between 300 (give or take a few) and 1000000000 ppi, when looking at a screen that is at at least 35 cm of their eyes. That's not like I'm a genius, it's just what the world of medicine found out. Now, in both EU and USA it is considered that a human does not have vision problems when it's vision is at least 6/18 (or 20/60) and that's the case of 75% (some studies go as far as 80-90%) of the total population, with only 35% having 20/20 vision or better, with roughly 1 in 1000 human having what it's called "binocular vision". I have already written this things in this article... Saying your eyes can see a difference between a phone with 326 sppi and a phone with no more than 324 sppi, is the prove anyone needs to see you're just biased. Again: you are able to see more contrast, the gamma but you just can't see a difference in resolution between those phones (the question was for you to realize you're wrong, it was not for me to catch you lying)

162. ColinW

Posts: 412; Member since: Jun 04, 2014

You keep saying it, but the evidence you quote is either easily challenged, as I have done or says the opposite as in your last post. Why do you ask simple questions like can you tell the difference between two phones, then when you get the answer you do not want, call it bias? My answer was the truth 100% by the way. Why do you ask questions that require a certain type of expert in justification and when you get an answer that clearly refutes your point ignore it completely? It is you that is biased, but you tried and failed to justify your point. By all means go on believing you are correct, but it will not change the facts. From wickedwilly so you do not get confused.

163. Leo_MC

Posts: 7214; Member since: Dec 02, 2011

Everything can be challenged. I have asked you if you are able to see a difference in resolution quality for 2 phones that have just as much dpi; by saying you do, you just prove you have absolutely no idea what you are talking about and everything you have said is because you're just biased.

164. wickedwilly

Posts: 668; Member since: Sep 19, 2018

Of course, anything can be challenged and I accepted your challenge and won. Your only retorts to my challenge have actually proved me correct. You keep swapping from DPI and PPI, trying to sound technical, to hide a lost argument. While DPI and PPI are often used in regard to screens, DPI is a printing term, PPI is digital. UNDERSTANDING DPI, RESOLUTION AND PRINT VS. WEB IMAGES FEBRUARY 1, 2013 BY SCOTTELLIS Please note – We sometimes use affiliate links on this site. This means we may be compensated with money, travel, food, products, or chickens if you click on a link and sign up for something. Why should you care about understanding DPI & Resolution? Because if you are going to print something of quality or are ever tasked with optimizing images for the web, knowing a few basics will save you a lot of time and give you the best results. On the other hand, if you ever hire someone to develop print materials or build a website for you, they’ll have requirements you may not understand and not everyone is good at explaining them. Read on for a simple explanation of what you need to know. It’s important, to begin with a high-quality image which means the highest resolution and image dimensions you can get. When it comes to source images, bigger is better, because you can go down in size, but not up, without losing quality. I use several online sources for free and paid images and take a lot of my own pictures. If you are looking to improve your own pictures take a look at Photo Nuts & Bolts. Definitions (in layman’s terms): DPI: Dot’s per inch. The number of dots in a printed inch. The more dot’s the higher the quality of the print (more sharpness and detail). PPI: Pixels per inch. Most commonly used to describe the pixel density of a screen (computer monitor, smartphone, etc…) but can also refer to the pixel density of a digital image. Now my screen is not a piece of paper with ink on it, so I refer to ppi, which is what the industry uses, correctly. I told you I can see the difference between a phone with 326ppi and 570ppi, it is easy to see. Just because you have fallen for Apples marketing proves nothing. The fact you use DPI for a screen and cannot argue against my response to your challenge, proves you the biased one. Looking at you posts on the latest battery life tests on the XR re-inforces how gullible you are and as biased as anyone on these forums.

165. Leo_MC

Posts: 7214; Member since: Dec 02, 2011

An engineer's point of view - which is what you chose to believe - cannot win against the findings of the medical society. Also, you need to reahahahahaly know your s**t, for instance, knowing that even Google uses ppi and DPI interchangeable:https://developer.android.com/training/multiscreen/screendensities I can't take you seriously anymore, when you keep saying you see differences between screens with the same ppi, so gtf out, you biased troll!

166. wickedwilly

Posts: 668; Member since: Sep 19, 2018

Where do you get an engineers view from? You asked for an optometrist's view, which I gave you, are you saying an optometrist is an engineer? You are all over the place in your arguments and obviously get upset when you know you are wrong. You asked if I could see the difference, I said yes now I am a biased troll because of that? I can see the difference between the phones I mentioned, many, many others too. I gave you, as requested the view of an optometrist who says this more than possible, not the odd exception, even you quoted data that showed most of the world are capable of seeing the difference. Your view is virtually nobody can see the difference between any phone with greater resolution than an Apple LCD screen despite scientific and actual experience. You say anyone who dares to question you is a biased troll. Do you not see you are biased, as fail to see anything other than the Apple marketing line for a "Retina" display, despite the evidence. Do you even know what a troll is. Definition: An "Internet troll" or "Forum Troll" is a person who posts messages to bait people to answer. I did not post a message to bait people to answer, but answered a question you posted. In your biased, closed shell you thought no one could answer, but I did. A direct and on topic reply. If you cannot face being shown facts or even opinions that indicate your view is incorrect and do not have the ability to argue against them you should not be posting on this or other forums. Sorry if this offends you, but the truth can hurt sometimes.

167. wickedwilly

Posts: 668; Member since: Sep 19, 2018

Where do you get an engineers view from? You asked for an optometrist's view, which I gave you, are you saying an optometrist is an engineer? You are all over the place in your arguments and obviously get upset when you know you are wrong. You asked if I could see the difference, I said yes now I am a biased troll because of that? I can see the difference between the phones I mentioned, many, many others too. I gave you, as requested the view of an optometrist who says this more than possible, not the odd exception, even you quoted data that showed most of the world are capable of seeing the difference. Your view is virtually nobody can see the difference between any phone with greater resolution than an Apple LCD screen despite scientific and actual experience. You say anyone who dares to question you is a biased troll. Do you not see you are biased, as fail to see anything other than the Apple marketing line for a "Retina" display, despite the evidence. Do you even know what a troll is. Definition: An "Internet troll" or "Forum Troll" is a person who posts messages to bait people to answer. I did not post a message to bait people to answer, but answered a question you posted. In your biased, closed shell you thought no one could answer, but I did. A direct and on topic reply. If you cannot face being shown facts or even opinions that indicate your view is incorrect and do not have the ability to argue against them you should not be posting on this or other forums. Sorry if this offends you, but the truth can hurt sometimes.

168. Leo_MC

Posts: 7214; Member since: Dec 02, 2011

“Michael Gordon, Optical ENGINEER“ This is who you quoted, some dude that makes solar panels, sunglasses and telescopes. Yet, he is also saying that the human eye, with 6/6 vision, can only distinguish 280 or less ppi. The 2 phones I have asked you about have [almost] exactly the same resolution per inch: 326 for LCD, 324/324/458 for oled; that is why you are a biased troll, because you claim your eyes are able to see a difference of 2 ppi and not only that, you claim the display with higher pixel density is worse...

170. wickedwilly

Posts: 668; Member since: Sep 19, 2018

He was also optometrist, so with his broad experience in optics is more than qualified to comment on this subject. Nor is he the only one who has this opinion. Again, stop lying his argument clearing went way beyond that, clearly saying a significant number of people can see the difference in screens resolutions above Apples Retina. You are really stupid, 458ppi is not exactly the same not even almost. I have repeatedly told you the phones I have physically seen side by side and they are not the ones you mention. However, they are compared to an Apple 326ppi screen so perfectly valid. You are not claiming you cannot see the difference between an iPhone XR and others above that resolution, but ALL phones above it. So all you are proving is you are the biased one. My view is clearly supported and stemmed from you inviting comment so I am neither biased or a troll. Your comments on the iPhone X screen issue however clearly show you are biased and further demonstrate you have no idea what you are talking about.

171. Leo_MC

Posts: 7214; Member since: Dec 02, 2011

7 million people is a "significant" number, but still insignificant, when you compare it with the entire population. I have asked you to look at 2 screens and be sincere - you did not such thing; more than that, your bias stopped you from trying to understand the tech behind oled and why I have said those 2 displays are similar. Even if you have a 6/5 vision or better (you said you wear glasses, so I doubt that), you can't see a difference between the resolution/pixel between XR and XS, because one of them has only 2 ppi more than the other (just go and learn some things about oled, before you bore me with your lack of knowledge). Now, I like to talk to people that are open to learning stuff, but you proved over and over again that you're not one of them: be biased if you want to be biased, I'm out. The conclusion of this discussion is that a little biased troll tried to tell me that his eyes are seeing a difference of 2 ppi.

172. wickedwilly

Posts: 668; Member since: Sep 19, 2018

75% of the world's population is not 7 million, it is many billions. 75% of the population is a figure you quoted, not me. Let me educate you 75% is a big majority and very significant! You really like to pick out little points you make and forget everything else that was said before. Why? We all know it is because you want to look correct, but anyone who can read this whole section can see you are a fake. I have answered your question about comparing phones many times and know it was a trick question, but I am not stupid enough to fall for it, which frustrates you like hell, but still you ignore what I have said. I did not have to lie, however as the XR is not yet available where I live. What I said was I can see the difference between other phones with much higher resolutions and iPhones having same type and resolution to the XR. The fact I wear glasses is meaningless, I can still enjoy the benefits of the higher resolution such as clearer and sharper text. I have never said I can tell the difference of 2ppi, you are just lying about that. I actually corrected you when you put a definitive limit on the maximum resolution where extra resolution makes no difference, remember that? Remember too I gave you the definition of "troll" which clearly excludes someone replying to something that was requested and being on topic? So the conclusion is you clearly cannot argue your case without ignoring evidence, shooting yourself in the foot and lying. Telling the truth about being able to see the difference between a phone with 280-326ppi and another more than double the lower figure does not make me biased. Providing evidence that goes against your theory even when the source was from what you asked is not biased. Answering your question about phone comparisons does not make me biased. Lying, ignoring evidence including your own which went against your case and making things up, proves you are certainly biased. As for a troll well you may or may not be, but there is no way on the evidence of this conversation that you could ever teach me or anyone else anything at all.

173. wickedwilly

Posts: 668; Member since: Sep 19, 2018

75% of the world's population is not 7 million, it is many billions. 75% of the population is a figure you quoted, not me. Let me educate you 75% is a big majority and very significant! You really like to pick out little points you make and forget everything else that was said before. Why? We all know it is because you want to look correct, but anyone who can read this whole section can see you are a fake. I have answered your question about comparing phones many times and know it was a trick question, but I am not stupid enough to fall for it, which frustrates you like hell, but still you ignore what I have said. I did not have to lie, however as the XR is not yet available where I live. What I said was I can see the difference between other phones with much higher resolutions and iPhones having same type and resolution to the XR. The fact I wear glasses is meaningless, I can still enjoy the benefits of the higher resolution such as clearer and sharper text. I have never said I can tell the difference of 2ppi, you are just lying about that. I actually corrected you when you put a definitive limit on the maximum resolution where extra resolution makes no difference, remember that? Remember too I gave you the definition of "troll" which clearly excludes someone replying to something that was requested and being on topic? So the conclusion is you clearly cannot argue your case without ignoring evidence, shooting yourself in the foot and lying. Telling the truth about being able to see the difference between a phone with 280-326ppi and another more than double the lower figure does not make me biased. Providing evidence that goes against your theory even when the source was from what you asked is not biased. Answering your question about phone comparisons does not make me biased. Lying, ignoring evidence including your own which went against your case and making things up, proves you are certainly biased. As for a troll well you may or may not be, but there is no way on the evidence of this conversation that you could ever teach me or anyone else anything at all.

174. Leo_MC

Posts: 7214; Member since: Dec 02, 2011

75% of US population has a better vision than 6/18 (according to other studies, the percent is higher). But according to WHO, 1.3 billion (which is 1300 million) people live with some form of vision impairment, so there's your 20-25%. Source:http://www.who.int/news-room/fact-sheets/detail/blindness-and-visual-impairment I specifically asked you about the difference between XR (or 8, or 7) and XS at least 3 times and you have said (#160) that you have seen the 8 (7, 6s etc - 326 ppi lcd phones) next to X and XS (458/324/324 ppi oled phones) and you have seen differences in resolution; well you could not have seen one, because between XR and XS there is a difference of only 2 ppi (in favor of XR). And that's why you are just a lying troll.

175. wickedwilly

Posts: 668; Member since: Sep 19, 2018

How many times will you change your story to justify something that is irrelevant in regard to a users experience when viewing higher resolution screens? Excluding people with glasses, contacts and corrective surgery, who clearly have the capability to enjoy higher resolution phones is simply stupid. What is your figure for those who cannot see the difference in resolution, a tiny minority, 7m, 1,3b or 7b? Remember you said "You are absolutely right, I should have said "no human with normal vision or worse - about 7 billion people or more - can't distinguish a density over 300 ppi" Well that is the world's population. So I put on glasses and I can see the difference! The X and XS have resolutions of 458ppi I believe, the S9 570ppi. What is 570-326ppi ..... 2???????????. Try your calculator the answer is 244, are your eyes so bad you missed the last two digits? Seems you need glasses then you could not only read properly, but see the difference between an S9, and XR, just like I do. So are you lying, nearly blind or completely maths illiterate?

176. Leo_MC

Posts: 7214; Member since: Dec 02, 2011

Everybody could use binoculars or microscopes with their phones, but they don't (BTW, glasses are designed to give the pacient 6/6 vision). You have absolutely no idea about the tech behind Samsung oled, do you? The xs have a 458/324/324 display. We went through all that, you just have to learn what you are talking about. Something else, you lying troll?

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