Mobile Phone Display Mega Shootout: The Full Picture: ClearBlack AMOLED, Super AMOLEDBy cheatmaster 02:16 Tue, 10 Aug 2021 Comments
ClearBlack AMOrganic Light-Emitting Diode (OLED) (Nokia C6-01)
We’ve come to the first representative of Nokia’s recent ClearBlack technology. The invention of the Finns is not about the display itself. It’s the glass over it, which is assumed to act like a polarizing filter.
It may sound like just another gimmick but its real life benefits are huge. We for one, were pretty impressed with the Nokia C6-01 screen. With reflections reduced even further compared to the N8 you acquire to experience the full potential of the underlying AMOLED.
With CBD contrast is unaffected by indoor lighting
That means you acquire to like the highest contrast in the industry (Clear Blacks share the lead with Super AMOLED). Artificial lighting no longer takes its toll on the contrast and even the colorful sun has negligible effect.
Sunlight legibility is top-notch
Viewing angles are comparable to the best and the impressive color balance (a hard one to pull off on AMOLED) rounds off a thoroughly impressive overall performance.
Viewing angles are sublime
The ambient light sensor is still impossible to override and that’s basically all we can hrecent against this display. Well that and the resolution, but resolution is limited by the Operating System (OS) and not by the technology so it shouldn’t count here.
Super AMOrganic Light-Emitting Diode (OLED) (Samsung S8500 Wave, Samsung I9000 Galaxy S)
We’ve already discussed Super AMOrganic Light-Emitting Diode (OLED) screens on numerous occasions and have had no reason to doubt their quality. The Samsung S8500 Wave was the first to impress us, but the I9000 Galaxy S and the Omnia 7 didn’t disappoint either. The question is how fine Super AMOrganic Light-Emitting Diode (OLED) is compared directly to all the other technologies that appeared after it.
To start with, the contrast is still that good. We just trecent you that it shares the first place with the Nokia CBD unit, that takes an edge over regular AMOrganic Light-Emitting Diode (OLED) on the N8 due to its lower reflectivity and runs circles around any Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) classy screen you can think of.
The Super AMOrganic Light-Emitting Diode (OLED) screens have splendid contrast
Viewing angles are as fine as those of the iPhone 4. Extremely subtle differences can be observed when the two handsets are placed side by side but we don’t really think anyone will note them in real life use.
Viewing angles are closing in on perfection
Sunlight legibility is near perfect, only the tiniest of bits worse than the best (again, iPhone 4). You can still like those deep blacks in the colorful sun and that is a huge win for the Super AMOLED. You see, even if it loses a bit more contrast than the Apple Retina its starting point is so high that you are still left with excellent results.
Performance in the sun is spotless too too
Color rendition is very pleasing on both Super AMOrganic Light-Emitting Diode (OLED) units. Applied saturation is just enough to create everything on the classy screen see pleasing, without going into extremes. The only problem we noticed was the slight green tint
that both units we used for the review had. If you really need perfect color rendering, you might need to pass on this one.
If you are just looking for pleasantly looking tones however, Super AMOrganic Light-Emitting Diode (OLED) is an excellent performer – and you should also hold into account its energy efficiency.
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