1. Dave4321's Avatar
    Seems HTC was able to make whites actually be white on their amoled display. Can't Samsung fix the white balance?
    06-20-2012 11:14 AM
  2. PJnc284's Avatar
    The One X is SLCD2. AMOLED screens have always had the blue tent at low brightness levels.
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    06-20-2012 11:27 AM
  3. brewzer's Avatar
    Seems HTC was able to make whites actually be white on their amoled display. Can't Samsung fix the white balance?
    No...but black looks better on the S3. You can't have everything all the time.
    06-20-2012 11:35 AM
  4. bdmridgback's Avatar
    The whites on a HTC use what is similar to a led of 4000-4500k white color. Samsung uses closer to a 5000k white led.

    I personally think the Samsung white looks "cleaner" when displayed next to the HTC in youtube videos.

    From My SGS2ET4G Using Tapatalk
    06-20-2012 11:39 AM
  5. Dave4321's Avatar
    The One X is SLCD2. AMOLED screens have always had the blue tent at low brightness levels.
    Thats the One S not the X
    06-20-2012 12:29 PM
  6. Dave4321's Avatar
    I may have found an app that can help with the color cast.
    06-20-2012 12:56 PM
  7. PJnc284's Avatar
    Thats the One S not the X
    Google and every review tend to disagree. HTC isn't using amoled screens on the One series devices which is why people bring up the pentile argument when comparing the SIII and the One X.
    06-20-2012 01:12 PM
  8. Dave4321's Avatar
    Google and every review tend to disagree. HTC isn't using amoled screens on the One series devices which is why people bring up the pentile argument when comparing the SIII and the One X.
    HTC would disagree with you.
    06-20-2012 01:29 PM
  9. dmmarck's Avatar
    Different kernels (at least for the GNex) have color/gamma settings. You can correct that screen very, very quickly. I presume the same will be true with the SIII.
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    06-20-2012 01:30 PM
  10. Dave4321's Avatar
    Different kernels (at least for the GNex) have color/gamma settings. You can correct that screen very, very quickly. I presume the same will be true with the SIII.
    I did see that. Hopefully you are right.
    06-20-2012 01:48 PM
  11. PJnc284's Avatar
    hmm..somehow missed that the One S used Super Amoled.

    Different kernels (at least for the GNex) have color/gamma settings. You can correct that screen very, very quickly. I presume the same will be true with the SIII.
    Which brings the original question to why Samsung couldn't just correct it themselves.
    06-20-2012 02:20 PM
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