Source: Taipei Times
quote: Have you seen the mini's screen?
quote: In theory Android could do the same, just nobody has bothered.
quote: What the screen gets you in terms of color is gamut - the range of colors it can reproduce. Accuracy is almost entirely dependent on software. (Incidentally, the AMOLED screens completely blow away LCD when it comes to gamut. It's the reason they're over-saturated if you don't calibrate them.)
quote: Plus I feel the richer colors help with glare sunlight and other things that we face daily.
quote: Your phrasing also infers that more people prefer Samsung's color profiles, which doesn't work given that their high end devices are a niche compared to the iPhone, and their tablets sold are a blip in comparison to the 120+ million iPads sold (not just shipped).
quote: People also turn on that awful motion smoothing garbage on LCD HDTVs. Liking something terrible doesn't make them right.
quote: Your feelings are incorrect given that the GS2 and GS3 consistently rank among the worst displays in broad daylight
quote: Also niche?? Yeah pretty sure Samsung sells more top-end phones than Apple, nice try.
quote: As the iPad Mini and many products before it prove, there are people who buy up Apple products in droves simply because it's an Apple.
quote: lmao I like how you pretend there's some objective scientific "ranking" for such a metric. Whatever, this is silliness.