Nexus One OLED Versus IPhone LCD Screen, LCD Still Rocks Says DisplayMate

Posted: Feb 23 2010, 12:58am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 7:40pm CDT, in News | Apple

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OLED screens on mobile devices are becoming more and more common. Samsung has several phones with OLED displays and also the new HTC made Google Nexus One has an OLED screen. OLED is hyped as being brighter, having higher contrast while using less power.
Now iPhone owners can relax and still be happy with their LCD screen. According to DisplayMate, a display optimization company, has published detail comparison between the iPhone LCD screen and the Nexus One OLED screen.

Despite the higher resolution of the Nexus One screen, the iPhone is able to generate better results for instance when displaying photos. The report looks at many other different aspects between these two mobile displays. There is already a lot of details, but DisplayMate just got started and will over the next days publish more of their findings.
Read the full display analyses on DisplayMate. Via OLED-Display.

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