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Join Date: Jan 2009
Location: Spokane, Washington
Originally Posted by salahfathi
my main concern is will the note 2015 come with amoled or lcd screen
It's hard to say for two reasons. Inductive displays are pretty complicated so it's not as simple as just throwing a pen sensitive layer on top. The Tab Pro 10.1 has a totally different LCD than the N10.1-14 as they score very differently in objective testing. So the question is whether AMOLED's as big as we're discussing can be made to work in the inductive display model.
Conductive (traditional touch screen)
Inductive (Wacom, S Pen, etc.)
Secondly, Note's are typically used as productivity and creation devices. Most apps in that category use white backgrounds. Making the existing Tab S' "Notes" with the same size battery and the burden of the additional battery draw of the inductive display looking for its pen companion would yield horrible battery life. Battery performance on whites isn't exactly a strong suit as it stands.