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AMOLED is more colorful than Super AMOLED!!!

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3rd September 2010, 03:46 PM   |  #1  
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Hi , I'm Sultan.

I have 2 devices : Samsung Galaxy S i9000 and Nexus One.

when i open the same application in these 2 devices , like Talking tom

i got that Nexus one screen is more colorful and better.

when u open white pages , you will see SAMOLED is little blue and AMOLED is White.

SAMOLED is changing original colors of any app or video.

is there any solution for this problem. Like changing the colors temp to standard.
I want to fix I9000 screen.
it's like when u change the LCD Screen temp of colors to cold.

Thanks , Sultan
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3rd September 2010, 03:56 PM   |  #2  
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Originally Posted by Sultan.MA

Hi , I'm Sultan.

I have 2 devices : Samsung Galaxy S i9000 and Nexus One.

when i open the same application in these 2 devices , like Talking tom

i got that Nexus one screen is more colorful and better.

when u open white pages , you will see SAMOLED is little blue and AMOLED is White.

SAMOLED is changing original colors of any app or video.

is there any solution for this problem , I want to fix I9000 screen.
it's like when u change the temp of colors to cold.

Thanks , Sultan

In my experience the automatic brightness is quite "low" (weak), and when I want to see beautiful colors I usually go in the Display --> Brightness settings and instead of auto I put it at max, then the colors are more vibrant than in any screen I've seen.
3rd September 2010, 03:59 PM   |  #3  
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SAMOLED at full blast is blinding powerful colour show man, yesterday i was playing around with some system tools and the damn App set the display to MAX i was left almost blinded

the colours were amazing! at full capacity, my 1080p 25" 10000:1 LCD pale compared to the SAMOLED
3rd September 2010, 04:56 PM   |  #4  
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And what happens with battery drain when brightness is set to MAX?
Big impact? Low impact? In the middle?
3rd September 2010, 04:58 PM   |  #5  
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I would say that colors that S-AMOLED outputs are way more vivid than AMOLED screens.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y9Avy-Lwceg

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Although color temperature is different on the two phones.
3rd September 2010, 05:04 PM   |  #6  
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Better colour temperature on the GS compared to Nexus/Desire, some may like the overly saturated look of the latter handsets however...
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Guys , try to run talking tom app in both GS and Nexus one. And see who has better colors.

(( Is there any way to change colors temperature ? )).
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Guys , try to run talking tom app in both GS and Nexus one. And see who has better colors.

(( Is there any way to change colors temperature ? )).

I think there is via stock video player but don't know if it changes the entire color of the interface.

There could be a difference in running 3D apps, probably in different drawing of textures, I really don't know...
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Originally Posted by Sultan.MA

Hi , I'm Sultan.

I have 2 devices : Samsung Galaxy S i9000 and Nexus One.
when i open the same application in these 2 devices , like Talking tom
i got that Nexus one screen is more colorful and better.
when u open white pages , you will see SAMOLED is little blue and AMOLED is White.

SAMOLED is changing original colors of any app or video.

Actually, the Nexus one (and HTC Desire) screen is over-saturated, with a STRONG tendancy to orange/red.
When you open a white screen, it's a dim white.
When watching media/movies, SAMOLED gives a LOT more vivid and true colors.
If anything, the Nexus screen is "changing" the colors of every app.
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Guys , try to run talking tom app in both GS and Nexus one. And see who has better colors.

(( Is there any way to change colors temperature ? )).

I don't know about the amoled thing, but I liked that TALKING TOM App!!!

More App. tips?

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