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Samsung Galaxy S5 Display is Bigger than iPhone 5S

Samsung Galaxy S5 has many features that are not present in Apple's iPhone 5S. But the biggest difference between both is the display size.

May 2 2014, 11:43am CDT | by

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Samsung Galaxy S5 Display is Bigger than iPhone 5S

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The Samsung Galaxy S5 is on store shelves and you can purchase one if you have the financial chutzpah. The smartphone features several important modules and many modalities, yet if there is one thing that makes it stand out it is its display screen. 

Since the beginning of this year this one point which is so prominent has gotten highlighted. The word is out that the screen is the most superb thing on the face of the planet. 

The Super AMOLED display appears in all its fame and glory and has literally carved out a name based upon its peak performance. 

Samsung Galaxy S5 "automatically analyzes and segments the display under changing light conditions. Moreover, our engineer says that because it has 1.6 higher Ambient Color Gamut than LCD, (Brightness Condition: Outside: 50,000 lux, Display:  500 cd/m2), you can view movies or texts even under the sun without having to worry about the glare or shielding the phone with your hand," states the company.

Samsung is giving tough competition to others in the market. Samsung is a South Korean company par excellence. In fact its name extends to the sphere that includes such big giants as Apple, Microsoft and Google. 

In the past most display screens were either too pale in sunlight or too bright in the dark. This has been done away with in one fell swoop of technological sophistication by Samsung. The contrast factor has been taken into consideration and this won’t be a problem anymore.

Samsung said, "The new algorithm for the display of Galaxy S5 supports super Dimming, which allows fine adjustment of luminance in dark environments. Now users can use the Galaxy S5 comfortably without having to strain their eyes from excessive brightness."

Furthermore, it has an Adapt Display that allows for self-adjustment in synch with whatever environment the smart phone is placed in. Coming to color reality, the hues that get shown on screen are sharp and very brilliant. They are as close to the actual state of affairs in the real world as possible. The error margin is too little to be of any consequence.  

According to the Samsung engineers, "not only can the wide color gamut of the Super AMOLED project a more natural color, but it also meets the international Adobe RGB standard. Samsung Galaxy S5 can reproduce richer and brighter images compared to TFT LCD with a higher color gamut and contrast ratio." 

Finally, the response reflexes are so quick that they occur in a split second. The timing is the speediest in the consumer market. The product speaks for itself. It is a compact and very form-fitting smart phone that has a crystal clear exterior design that matches its wonderful interior technology. You will be a happier and more competent person once you buy one.  


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Ad of the Day: Samsung Slams iPhone Battery, but Are These Ads Losing Their Charge?

Source: AdWeek

Battery life is the burning issue in "Wall Huggers," the latest installment in 72andSunny's "The Next Big Thing Is Here" campaign for Samsung. The minute-long spot shows frazzled, unhappy iPhone-carrying travelers sitting on airport floors, hunched around wall outlets, waiting for their handsets to charge. They should've bought the Samsung Galaxy S5 with ultra power-saving mode and interchangeable battery; then they'd be free to wa ...
Source: AdWeek   Full article at: AdWeek Jul 9 2014, 9:09am CDT


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