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is this tablet Amelod?

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16th July 2014, 05:49 AM   |  #1  
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Looking to buy my first tablet, I love the Amelod of the Note 2 and absolutely hate LCD on phones because the colour is so bad.

Is this tablet amelod or lcd?
16th July 2014, 06:34 AM   |  #2  
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Looking to buy my first tablet, I love the Amelod of the Note 2 and absolutely hate LCD on phones because the colour is so bad.

Is this tablet amelod or lcd?

It's LCD, but the screen is the best on the market compared to others.
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It's an extremely nice lcd. If you want amoled go for the tab s. No digitizer though so it's pen vs screen decision time. Base hw is basically the same.
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The next version of 10 incher Samsung Note Series may use SuperAMOLED screen again.

But I see some battery test of Tab S compare to Note 2014,Note Pro , SuperAMOLED consume more battery than LCD.
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The next version of 10 incher Samsung Note Series may use SuperAMOLED screen again.

But I see some battery test of Tab S compare to Note 2014,Note Pro , SuperAMOLED consume more battery than LCD.

Considerably more battery, but blacks and dark colors so have more saturation...But is it worth it? I say no.

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21st July 2014, 07:12 AM   |  #6  
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I always thought that LCD use up more battery because they have a backlight illumination.
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Since Amoled pixels emit light, they will use nothing to display black. So great contrast and low power on dark pages, screens, movies etc

Lcd will use similar power to display any colour as the pixels block or allow light to pass through from a backlight.

Lcd will use less for very light scenes, Web browsing and with less contrast

Its a choice...

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