What make performance improved on Samsung Galaxy S6?

The key element for a great smartphone has always been a truly innovative and top performing display, and the best leading edge smartphones have always flaunted their super high tech displays. It’s the display performance that determines how good and how beautiful everything on the smartphone looks, including camera photos, and also how usable and how readable the screen remains in high ambient lighting. It’s the crown jewel of the smartphone.

 

The Samsung Galaxy S6 boasts the resolution of its AMOLED display to 2560 x 1440 pixels, a density of 577 pixels per inch (PPI). Inevitably, persons may ask a question: Can the human eye really appreciate this high-resolution? This issue will trigger a heated debate among the public. The Galaxy S6 screen prowess was the most obvious in streaming video clarity and saturation. Most smartphones and tablets only provide a single fixed factory display Color Gamut and color calibration, with no way for the user to alter it based on personal preferences, running applications, or Ambient Lighting levels.

 

There are many significant display performance improvements in the new Galaxy S6 models, including higher resolution, higher absolute color accuracy, better calibration, higher peak brightness, better screen visibility and readability in high ambient light, and higher display power efficiency, resulting in a number of new performance records for smartphone displays. What is particularly significant and impressive is that Samsung has been systematically improving OLED display performance twice a year with each Galaxy generation since 2010. The most impressive improvements for the Galaxy S6 are in the pixels per inch and resolution.

 

Samsung has always spoiled owners of the Galaxy line with excellent screens and it outdoes itself again with both phones’ gorgeous 5.1-inch Super AMOLED display. I’m talking colors that pop plus crisp detail thanks to a resolution of 2,560 by 1,440. That equates to a pixel density of 551 pixels per inch, which trumps the iPhone 6’s 326 PPI and the iPhone 6 Plus’ 401 PPI. Let’s just say watching high-definition video on this puppy will make you want to lick the screen.

 

In fact, the smartphones and tablets completely relying on the touchscreen interfaces. The screens on these digital devices are easily the most significant component of intelligent gadgets. There are different technologies behind these screens. In this article, I’ll aim to explain what categories do you prefer? Meanwhile, you only have two choices of screens when you are purchasing a cell phone. That is AMOLED and LCD. What is the AMOLED? AMOLED (Active-matrix organic light-emitting diode) is a display technology used in smart watches, mobile devices, laptops, and televisions. AMOLED functions as a series of switches to control the current flowing to each individual pixel. Samsung has marketed its version of this technology as “Super AMOLED”. This high-advanced technology is popular in the digital market. While the LCD stands for the liquid crystal display. Besides mobile devices, we see LCD screens being used with almost every computer monitor, and in the majority of TVs. While these screens are made of wondrous liquid crystals, they also require a couple panes of glass, and a light source. LCD screens produce some of the most realistic colors you can find on a screen, but might not offer as wide of a contrast ratio as an AMOLED screen.

 

Due to this simple construction, AMOLED screens can be extremely thin and do not require a backlight. The benefit of losing a backlight is readily apparent: these screens are able to produce blacks so deep that the screen pixels can shut right off. Shutting off pixels can also save electricity and battery life in phones and tablets. Just keep your backgrounds close to black and you’ll save energy. The AMOLED gains more popularity in the current digital market. The LCD display is widely used in Apple products. While the Samsung prefers to AMOLED display technology. Super AMOLED displays give excellent contrast and saturated colors, which looks palatable while watching videos and multimedia content. These are the best displays if you plan on watching loads of video on your smartphone but are not very well suited if you read a lot on your device.

 

We spend several hours on our smart devices. Does our Samsung Galaxy S6 AMOLED display make our eyes fatigue? If you are the kind of person who does a lot of night reading on your smartphone before going to sleep, you’ll be happy to hear that Samsung can solve this problem. In other words, you can easily read the article on a website without straining your eyes in dark environment. Actually, we have no need to worry about this question. This new version smartphone takes pictures sharper than the iPhone 6. At the same time, we obtain the stabilizing shots than the older Galaxy phones. All of these functions improve a lot. I bet, the fans of Samsung will be loyal to this smart device.

 

In the current market, Samsung has already adopted AMOLED displays in its flagship smartphones, such as Galaxy series. The Samsung Galaxy S6 screen display is cost-efficient. The display is sharp and features fantastic viewing angles with no color-shifting. Samsung is absolutely creating the best smartphone display.