Friday , August 17 2018

What you see above is a side-by-side comparison of the HTC Desire with both a Super LCD (left) and AMOLED (right) display. AMOLED seems to have more intensity and brightness whereas the Super LCD has more sunlight legibility and a more accurate representation of colour. More comparison pics if you hit ‘Read More’..

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Source: GSM Arena Blog.

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vk7hse
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Well I have no idea what mine has because the packaging only says “3.7 inch touch sensitive screen” see attached image…

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/927280/a8183_jb-hifi.jpg

This was purchased in early August from Jb-HiFi Hobart

Son
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if it is AMOLED it will say on the back of the box in the specifications “Display 3.7-inch AMOLED touch-sensitive screen”

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Hmmm don’t know which one I have now, my screen is nice and bright, outdoor legibility is pretty bad but battery life is OK. The box had no mention of AMOLED anywhere, is there a way to tell which one you have ?

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I think I prefer AMOLED :]

Tien
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Hmmm interesting

I wonder if there is any difference in battery life

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