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iPhone 4 Retina Display Wins Over Galaxy S Super AMOLED Display in Smartphone Display

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DisplayMate, the Worldwide Leader in Video Diagnostics and Test Patterns for calibrating, optimizing, evaluating, testing and improving image; has conducted a survey on all major smartphone displays. The major smartphones took part in this observation are iPhone 4, 3GS, Galaxy S, Droid, Nexus One to check which display had the best overall quality. The result is obvious, which we all know, but again it is given below in statistical format, or we can say in a prominent way.

Retina vs Super AMOLED

There is no decisive winner as each of the three “Super” displays significantly outperforms the others in more than one important area and significantly underperforms in other areas.

The iPhone 4 by far has the brightest and sharpest display and is the most power efficient of the displays. The Motorola Droid by far has the best picture quality and accuracy. The Samsung Galaxy S by far has the lowest screen reflectance and largest Contrast for both bright and dark ambient lighting, and the best viewing angles.

On the flip side, the iPhone 4 has a weak color gamut and viewing angles, the Motorola Droid has weak screen reflectance and viewing angles, and the Samsung Galaxy S has lower brightness, excessive color saturation, higher power consumption and some sharpness issues.

Each of these “Super” displays is none-the-less impressive and deserves an award: the iPhone 4 performed better overall so it earned the DisplayMate Best Mobile Display Award, the Motorola Droid earned the Best Mobile Picture Quality Award, and the Samsung Galaxy S earned the Best New Mobile Display Technology Award.

iPhone 4 vs Galaxy S1 (Contrast)iPhone 4 vs Galaxy S (Color Accuracy)iPhone 4 vs Galaxy S (Brightness)

Though from the above graphics, we observed that the iPhone 4 didn’t have the best color range or viewing angle, but it still won over Galaxy S’ Super AMOLED, Nexus One / Droid’s AMOLED and iPhone 3GS’ LCD display. What do you think on this survey? Has it given correct result or not? Share your answers and views with us. But, stay tuned for more recent updates.


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Article by Prativa Khuntia

Hello Friends ! This is Prativa, a full time writer who covers breaking Apple News and writes all the things about iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and Mac OS X exclusively for 3noobs.com. I love descriptive writing. Apart from that I have great interest on Science related topics as I was a Science student.

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