I want to discuss the obvious truth for me: "All modern AMOLED displays are inferior in many of the most important parameters to high-quality IPS matrices."
As an argument, I cite the following arguments:http://www.mobile-review.com/articles/2012...ay1-part2.shtml
"The explanation is that the picture is formed from dots, in the AMOLED screen the maximum attainable number of dots is 1.84 million, in True HD IPS 2.76 million (with a screen resolution of 1280x720 pixels). At the same time, the stated AMOLED limit is 223 ppi." Accordingly, even the pixel density of the best AMOLED inferior True HD IPS about one and a half times.http://www.oled-display.net/lg-display-ord...d-plus-display/
: "In color accuracy tests, color reproduction on the 4.5-inch AH-IPS display on the LG Display was shown to be three times more accurate, obtaining color accuracy * rating of 0.012 versus 0.037 for 4.3-inch AMOLED- display. " - IPS is much better in color reproduction.
"In terms of energy consumption, 4.5-inch AH-IPS with a brightness of 600 nit was found Intertek consume a constant power level at 624mW all colors compared with the expressions as much as 1130 MW for a 4.3-inch AMOLED, the mapping white color. The result shows that, in spite of its large and bright display, AH-IPS can be regarded as more energy-efficient and environmentally friendly than the AMOLED display. " Those. AH-IPS display brighter, more accurate color reproduction, more fully display a white color, and more energy efficient.
There is no indication that AMOLED is capable of producing brightness in excess of 400 nits. While no longer the newest iPad 2 with IPS easily gives an average of 368.7 cd / mВІ -http://www.notebookcheck.com/Test-Apple-iP...ID.52184.0.html
Samsung deftly publicized the company by powdering the heads with a gullible one and trying to pass over the desired. I propose to speak objectively, with references to tests and proven results.Post has been editedVitFom - 12.01.12, 02:15