Chinese phone makers Ulefone are carefully releasing new and new bits and pieces of details about their latest creation, the Ulefone Metal phone. And thanks to that we can today have a closer look at the phone’s 5-inch display sporting the HD resolution.
There are surely significant different between the HD 5-inch displays used in the current generation of the mobile phones. The screens can be graded with A to D grades based on the quality and theoretically on paper you can judge the real quality just like that.
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And Ulefone want to make sure that everybody is aware of the fact, that the display of their Metal model belongs to the A grade cathegory, meaning the cream of the crop among the displays. And to prove that they have released a video about the Ulefone Metal’s display and its perks.
So let’s have a look at it and see if it’s really as good as they claim.
If it ain’t AMOLED it ain’t grade A.
Not all Amoled are equally good. If i can remember correctly, our good friend Realjjj already mentioned something about Amoled Pentile.
Also my personal opinion is Amoled is not designed to last, after some time Amoled will burn-in or degrade with use or through UV light exposure. LCD can last much longer.
So if you planning to use your smartphone for longer term then probably LCD still the better choice. But if you are $$$ loaded and always change your smarthone every year then this is not a problem.
BTW i am not expert in this screen type area so also not so sure LOL
Unless you got a demo unit on 24/7 at maximum brightness you won’t have a problem. Maybe on-screen nav buttons but any manufacturer dumb enough to do that deserves what they get.
amoled also comes in grades there is horrible amoled as there is lcd slapping on amoled in the specs really means nothing about its quality