Continuing our discussion about Smartphone features , today I will tell something more about displays.
C. Amolded vs LCD vs Retina
Amolded displays can be considered as OLED displays as they have most of the features same.OLED displays have much purer blacks and consume less energy when black or darker colors are displayed on-screen. However, lighter-colored themes on AMOLED screens use considerably more power than an LCD using the same theme. OLED screens are also more expensive to produce than LCD.
On the positive side, AMOLED screens can be made thinner than LCDs (because they don’t require a backlit layer) and they can also be made flexible.
Retina is another marketing term, this time from Apple. A Retina display is not defined by a specific characteristic, other than that it is supposedly of sufficient resolution that the human eye can’t discern pixels at a normal viewing distance and has a pixel density over 300 ppi.
Now still the question remains
Which display is better?
If you have read above post carefully, you have noticed that it’s all game between pros and cons. It is not that certain display is better than other and not like it is completely different . So far you are not a professional user like you want to test mobile at such a high extent or you are a very specific user , there must not be any problem in buying any of Retina or LCD or OLED displays.
Conclusion of Display Section:
1. Buy display having minimum ppi 350 ( except you are buying iPhone as they measure it in different manner)
2. Buy FULL HD with preference over HD screen if you have enough money in pocket.
3. As far as you are not a professional user , there is no problem in buying any of LCD or OLED or retina.
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