As a wider range of high-end smartphones and tablet beginning to make use of AMOLED display technology, we break down the key technological differences between AMOLED and LCD.
A patent troll claims that any use of an LCD screen is patented.
Kaneka has developed a new LCD panel protective film which passes twice as much backlight through it compared with conventional designs.
Taiwan-based AU Optronics just announced the industry’s first Quad HD (WQHD) AMOLED panels for smartphones.
According to display expert Raymond Soneira, the Galaxy S5’s display is the best display DisplayMate ever tested. Not only is the Galaxy S5 a marked improvement over the Galaxy S4 in almost all aspects, but it’s also better than the Note 3, another device that gained Soneira’s praises.
New prototype 7-inch tablet display from Japan Display shatters current pixel density records. The 1,600 x 2,560 (Wide-QXGA) resolution of the new 7-inch LCD TFT panel translates to an amazing pixel density of 432 ppi.
AMOLED or LCD displays is a contentious topic among smartphone enthusiasts, but is there anything to the arguments or is it all just personal preference?
DisplayMate evaluated a pre-release version of the Galaxy Note 3, and the results are quite impressive. Samsung brought OLED display technology to a level that is comparable to or better than most LCDs.
A comparison between the display of the Xperia Z1 and that of the Xperia Z Ultra reveals a big difference in the viewing angles of the two screens.
By using clear subpixels, Samsung managed to make the display of the new Note 10.1 more power efficient without sacrificing brightness.