1. andog88's Avatar
    just wondering which screen uses more battery power, the htc one's LCD or the super amoled 'samoled' screen?
    09-09-2013 05:31 PM
  2. BygSii's Avatar
    From what I know, amoleds use less power, more color saturation, harder to see in the sunlight. S4

    The super LCD 3 is brighter, uses more power, has a natural color representation, is easier to see in the sunlight. HTC One

    Both have great viewing angles, if not maybe a little bit better on the S4. It's a personal preference, but I like the HTC One. When I watch videos, they don't look cartoony.

    Source Samsung Galaxy S4 vs. HTC One: The Mother of All Android Battles
    09-09-2013 05:43 PM
  3. hodan's Avatar
    LCD uses more than Amoled. LCD lights every pixel, Amoled does not. That's exactly why the new Moto's use Amoled screens, for the active notifications and battery life.

    Amoled generally has better contrast as well.

    LCD excels in brightness and color accuracy, however, which I personally prefer.

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    09-09-2013 07:30 PM
  4. Cool Jeff's Avatar
    Don't forget the Burn-in problems of Amoled that you don't have with LCD
    BygSii likes this.
    09-10-2013 03:26 AM

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