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BTW, you need to purchase an OLED to properly view this image. biggrin.gif


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Jelly. Which model is that?
    
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So everyone grabs their Samsung phone... Peasants. biggrin.gif

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Jelly. Which model is that?

http://www.lg.com/us/tvs/lg-OLED55C6P-oled-4k-tv

I actually love gaming on this thing even though it's only 60 Hz. There is no pixel persistence blur.
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http://www.lg.com/us/tvs/lg-OLED55C6P-oled-4k-tv

I actually love gaming on this thing even though it's only 60 Hz. There is no pixel persistence blur.

I just wanted to ask, is there any difference in quality or specs between your OLED TV and your run of the mill AMOLED smartphone?

I've always thought AMOLED was a very cut down version of OLED, to the point it can't compare. I haven't yet seen an OLED screen my self so I can't really know.

Can the best AMOLED be as good as the best OLED?
Edited by Dargonplay - 6/5/16 at 12:34pm
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I just wanted to ask, is there any difference in quality or specs between your OLED TV and your run of the mill AMOLED smartphone?

I've always thought that AMOLED was a very cut down version of OLED, to the point it can't compare. I haven't yet seen an OLED pa el my self so I can't really know.

Can the best AMOLED be as good as the best OLED?

OLED and AMOLED are generally synonyms, both inferring active. Passive PMOLED is completely different way of controlling the pixels and isn't used for smart-phones/monitors/tv's. That stuff is put on clock radios and digital watch faces, ipods etc like this:


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Edited by CallsignVega - 6/5/16 at 12:04pm
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I just wanted to ask, is there any difference in quality or specs between your OLED TV and your run of the mill AMOLED smartphone?

I've always thought AMOLED was a very cut down version of OLED, to the point it can't compare. I haven't yet seen an OLED screen my self so I can't really know.

Can the best AMOLED be as good as the best OLED?

Like Vega said, but to expand a bit on it: AMOLED stands for active-matrix OLED. There are two ways of doing oled, passive and active. Pretty much everything is active. So basically anything you see that is OLED is an AMOLED.

People tend to dislike OLED in phones for 3 reasons:
Often the colors shift to a purple tint in low brightness, phones are held closer to your face so you can see more of the pixel structure, and when used at very high brightness on the same image you *can* get burn in.
These are not issues with TVs because they are used in high brightness most of the time, they are far away so you dont see pixels and the image looks amazing once your brain has filled in the missing details, and there is very little static images on TV for long so you don't risk possible burn in.

Personally, I don't have problems with OLED in phones. I have owned 4 phones with AMOLED panels and never had burn in, there are ways of mitigating the purple shift and usually it doesn't set in anymore until very low brightness, so low it isnt really used, and phones are getting 1440p and 4k screens so density is good now. But the AMOLED screens still have a bad rep from "ancient times" when they were low res, had more serious burn in, and used a "pentile" subpixel format (a flaw accelerated by the low res they had as well).
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This needed to be 32 Inch min, 27 is way to small for a 4K display.

Why? At 3 feet, I can still see the pixels at 1440p on my 27".
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Why? At 3 feet, I can still see the pixels at 1440p on my 27".

It's not about the ppi, simply put 27 inch monitors are too small once you have used a 34 ultrawide or 32 inch the extra real estate makes a massive difference in imersion.
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OLED and AMOLED are generally synonyms, both inferring active. Passive PMOLED is completely different way of controlling the pixels and isn't used for smart-phones/monitors/tv's. That stuff is put on clock radios and digital watch faces, ipods etc like this:


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Originally Posted by EniGma1987 View Post

Like Vega said, but to expand a bit on it: AMOLED stands for active-matrix OLED. There are two ways of doing oled, passive and active. Pretty much everything is active. So basically anything you see that is OLED is an AMOLED.

People tend to dislike OLED in phones for 3 reasons:
Often the colors shift to a purple tint in low brightness, phones are held closer to your face so you can see more of the pixel structure, and when used at very high brightness on the same image you *can* get burn in.
These are not issues with TVs because they are used in high brightness most of the time, they are far away so you dont see pixels and the image looks amazing once your brain has filled in the missing details, and there is very little static images on TV for long so you don't risk possible burn in.

Personally, I don't have problems with OLED in phones. I have owned 4 phones with AMOLED panels and never had burn in, there are ways of mitigating the purple shift and usually it doesn't set in anymore until very low brightness, so low it isnt really used, and phones are getting 1440p and 4k screens so density is good now. But the AMOLED screens still have a bad rep from "ancient times" when they were low res, had more serious burn in, and used a "pentile" subpixel format (a flaw accelerated by the low res they had as well).

Thank you both for the clarification.

Hope OLED gets here with DisplayPort 1.3 Monitors, I really can't wait any longer to replace my 1440p 144Hz BenQ XL2730Z, that itch you get each E3, CES and Computex needs to be scratched.
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I don't know how this thing was at Computex and yet the only evidence we have of it's existence is that screenshot from the foreign video. Did no other news outlet bother to look at the Asus booth? You'd think this thing would be newsworthy and they wouldn't want to have to screencap a YT vid from a show that they were actually at.
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Response times are good enough. Your issue is the input lag itself.

what do you mean? are you saying that the 4k frames take more time to render than 1080p frames? because playing the same game on my 1080p 1ms monitor feels 1000x better than on my 40" 4k monitor.

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I believe Asus and Acer both have 32" 4K panels that run 60Hz and G-Sync. I don't recall what their input lag is though.

32" is just too small though. needs to be bigger, and curved. using a 40"+ 4k monitor with 100% windows scaling is amazing. especially for productivity
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