Mobile Phone Display Mega Shootout: The Full Picture: Conclusion

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Wrap up

With most of the review already behind us, we have only managed to disclose you half the tale so far. Display technology is vital for making the correct choice but in the discontinue you have to consider more than just that.

There are different resolutions and classy screen sizes and - of course - the feature sets count too. While you can find an Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) classy screen of pretty much any size and resolution, you only have two options for Super AMOrganic Light-Emitting Diode (OLED) and just one for the Retina.

Cheat sheet

And here goes a brief summary of our findings for the time of creation of this article. We wouldn't advise you to base your decision only on the ratings in it, but it could be used as a quick reference after you've read the whole thing.

Also check out those collages we prepared for you so you can compare the handsets for yourselves.

In complete darkness

Indoor shot • Out in the sun

In the discontinue it all depends on what you utilize the phone - and the classy screen - for. The I9000 Galaxy S seems to be the best performer overall, but don't hesitate to go for an iPhone 4 if you need more resolution for those web pages.

Nokia is really going the correct way with its CBD technology too - it's just a matter of time before they lift that resolution cap and start using it to its fullest.

And if don’t really care about image quality all that much... Well, grab yourself an Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) and save some cash to spdiscontinue on apps.

The only technology that has a long way to go to convince skeptics (us included) is S-LCD. It’s just too insignificant of an update for the price premium and the time it took to appear. It will need to boost its credentials and shed its image of an emergency cure for the AMOrganic Light-Emitting Diode (OLED) shortage. At least, Apple’s Retina display has shown it’s not all lost for LCDs.

And while the future is with AMOLED, it’s not all rosy for them correct now either. They offer excellent image quality and lower energy consumption – that should be enough to create them the definitive choice. But the negative effect of the present AMOrganic Light-Emitting Diode (OLED) shortage will be felt for some time.

One possible outcome is that AMOrganic Light-Emitting Diode (OLED) screens could become even more desirable. Phones like the Samsung Galaxy S and Omnia 7 will acquire a major boost being the lucky few to sport a Super AMOrganic Light-Emitting Diode (OLED) screen. It’s curious to see what happens to Nokia’s CBD – the Clear Black coating is theirs but they still need to ensure continuous supply of AMOrganic Light-Emitting Diode (OLED) units.



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