Originally Posted by touness69
It's much more impressive to have true blacks on a screen than "bright" whites lmao even my 5 year old Samsung D600 had bright whites and apart from injuring my eyes it does nothing to improve the user experience
Also it's much more harder to produce screens with True blaks than shiny whites.
He didn't say bright white, he said right white. I guess me means a realistic white color that has correct temperature and not tinted. It can make a big difference for reading text when the background is white as well.
I personally think IPS display can produce some very accurate colors, usually more accurate than AMOLED. I still love AMOLED for its excellent black level, viewing angle and ability to view under direct sunlight, which is the main important thing. I am very impressed with the One X screen though.