Akashymon The Viola Penguin
- Jul 31, 2014
I own a G3 and j can say that it's screen is a bit better than the S5
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I'm not surprised that majority doesn't agree with OP.
Even with my droid RAZR maxx, I had a screen that had a green tint, went back and got another one with a normal white balance then needed s replace cement and the new one has s warm tint.
Sent from my LG G3 (tapatalk)
a green tint? thats odd. never herd about that, a yellow tint yes, but green no.
I believe it was a common issue with the original razr and the screens. The screens also had black blotches that was very noticeable in a dark environment and if the entire screen went black, not sleep or off black but like a black screen for a movie. The razr had tons of screen tint issues when it first came out.
One other thing to note with screens, what carrier are you on?
I wonder if it's carrier specifics.
i have to admit comparing the g2 with g3 and galaxy s5.
the so called 2k display isnt great... also there's no use for it atm maybe in a few years i think lf just rushed it out just to be the first..
the g3 screen isnt even great the colors are off the whites are horrible it seems so dullish even with full brightness.
dont give me that crap about ooh well samsung has super amoled to make the colors pop out bla bla.
well even compared to the g2 why is it so dull. also i am aware of the color adjustment setting it helps but nothing can change the fact that the whites are still off and it still kinda dull on colors.
Are you being serious? I just went from the Galaxy Note 3 to the G3 and the screens are like night and day. The G3's screen is SO much better.
I went and played with one in store and couldn't notice a difference between it and current 1080p devices
This!!! Quad HD wasn't my reason for this phone. Build quality and time for an upgrade was why I picked up the g3LG probably threw the display in the phone as much to show off as for any functional reason.... but I am not going to fault them for it. If they put a 1080 unit in this phone and kept everything else, you would have heard "WARGARBL!!! NO QUAD HD!!!!???" and complaints that it was just a warmed over G2. You can't please everyone.
Well.. .that's expected... The 5' range 1080 phones are in the 440 dpi range... that's REALLY fine. On a Nexus 5, I have to get in extremely close to detect any sort of pixelization... WAY closer than I would ever have it normally. The G3 is, what, nearly 25% finer? Yes, it is kind of overkill and it will probably always be, regardless of the content because your eyes can only see so much detail, after that, you aren't gaining anything. And yes...
LG probably threw the display in the phone as much to show off as for any functional reason.... but I am not going to fault them for it. If they put a 1080 unit in this phone and kept everything else, you would have heard "WARGARBL!!! NO QUAD HD!!!!???" and complaints that it was just a warmed over G2. You can't please everyone. Remember that LG Display is the world's largest LCD manufacturer, so there is an added incentive for them to kind of show off a little bit.
Look, they HAD to make some kind of noise... Samsung is dominant (though, signs point to the market balancing out a little bit) and upstarts like Xiaomi were gaining serious momentum... In fact Xiaomi passed LG in terms of market share. So they decided to go a little over the top and then market the HELL out of it and hope for the best.... and so far it's worked out pretty well. LG's sales even before the release of the G3 are on the upswing, and from the looks of it, the G3 is going to certainly help that.