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25th August 2014, 02:22 AM   |  #1  
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I just bought the tab 4 and imo, its junk and it's going to be returned as soon as I decide on what I want. I am down to this tablet and the tab s, in which I almost ordered this one until I found out it came with an LCD screen. My question is, how does the screen compare to the amolded screens? One of the major reasons I'm taking the tab 4 back is because of the not so vibrant colors and the pixelated letters in which you have to sometimes squint to read. I'm really sold on this tablet, I just don't want to run into the same issue.
25th August 2014, 04:41 AM   |  #2  
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here is small comparison of gamma , colour range , between samsung s4 (AMOLED)and HTC one (LCD)Name:  Galaxy-S4-vs-HTC-One-gamut-comparison-645x194.jpg
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lcd or amoled for me doesn't make huge difference .

Typically, those looking for more vibrant displays will be better off with AMOLED,
but well built and properly calibrated LCDs may provide a more realistic look.

Choose for your self .
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