OLEDs can enable a greater artificial contrast ratio (both dynamic range and static, measured in purely dark conditions) and viewing angle compared to LCDs because OLED pixels directly emit light. OLED pixel colours appear correct and unshifted, even as the viewing angle approaches 90 degrees from normal. LCDs filter the light emitted from a backlight, allowing a small fraction of light through so they cannot show true black, while an inactive OLED element produces no light and consumes no power.
OLEDs can also have a faster response time than standard LCD screens. Whereas LCD displays are capable of a 1ms response time or less offering a frame rate of 1,000 Hz or higher, an OLED can theoretically have less than 0.01 ms response time enabling 100,000 Hz refresh rates.
Very interesting info. Now if the droid could just develop the ability to use the battery efficiently.
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ROM: Team Sourcery!
I mean to be honest... they both have good screens. I personally think inc is a little better but its personal preference. You want to keep the moto droid. Then keep it. They both are great phones.
OMG DROID screen EATS EATS EATS battery!! I guess its the price you pay for that kinda beauty. I can't wait for AMOLED to progress more.
Might I restate something important in the OP while I'm at it:
When these two sceens are NOT side by side it es VERY hard to pick on the Incredible. Goooo DROIDS!
This is great! Lets start a list of technical strong points of the Inc. screen over the DROID screen. I'll start.
1. Inc. screen uses less battery.
Since I only got to play with the Inc. here in my office for an hour I will have to ask others to contribute to this growing list.
Note: I am only interested in this information from a technical perspective as I don't take opposing device specifications and their real-world values personally.
Sadly.. I don't want to compare like this.. But.. It's just as bright.. Clear.. Crisp as my MacBook Pro.. 17Inch.. Quad Core.. LoL..
Last edited by GodDriven; 04-30-2010 at 08:12 PM.
Thank God: For Open Source...
Too Bad: For Real World Problems
Droid X Definitely Does... LoL