I'm very interested in this device and I want to buy it very soon, so I have a simple question I hope it will be answered.
The most interesting thing -to me- about phone is the screen. I want a phone with Super AMOLED screen and they say that the screen of this phone is the same, but the "lab tests of GSMArena" show that the black color has a value of (0.002 cd/m²) when the brightness of the screen is in "max auto".
It's known that Super AMOLEDs turn off the pixels that are responsible for displaying the black color, and these pixels are supposed to remain off regardless of the brightness level of the screen. So,if the screen is Super AMOLED, how did this value appear?!!
I know it is a very small and undetectable value, but it indicates that the pixels are not turned off -Am I wrong ??-.
Is it conceivable that the screen is not Super AMOLED,or did I miss something?
Knowing that all Samsung phones with AMOLED screens, even the cheapest ones, have the value (0.000 cd/m²) for the black color.
I am very sorry to prolong my question and I hope that someone will answer me.
Thanks in advance.