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14/06/2017
What kind of display does your phone own?
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To be fair, the overwhelming majority of persons choose Samsung Galaxy S6 in terms of visual experience. Why they choose this? Since the Samsung announced the Super AMOLED display, its flagship becomes more popular in the current digital market. What kind of display does your phone own? The Super AMOLED display can produce fairly accurate colors. We are going to take a look at the Galaxy S6 right now.

The Galaxy S6 sports a 5.1-inch Super AMOLED display, exactly the same size as its predecessor, but not the same panel. The new display boasts an impressive Quad HD (2560x1440) resolution, which means it has 78% more pixels than its Full HD (1920x1080) counterpart. I know some of you have probably already done the math, but if you haven’t, that’s more than 3.2 million pixels in the palm of our hands. That’s a lot of pixels! Combining such a high resolution with a 5.1-inch panel gives a pixel density of 577ppi — as of now, highest in the entire world. Moreover, Samsung allows the user to tweak colors of the display — under settings — according to personal preference. There are a total of four screen modes: Adapt display, AMOLED cinema, AMOLED photo and Basic. By default, the screen mode is set to Adapt display, which automatically optimizes the color range, saturation, and sharpness of the display. However, it’s not 100% color accurate; it’s a tad over-saturated. Now, I’m not saying a bit of over-saturation is bad, I personally prefer it, and many of the customers would do as well because that’s what makes the display pop. However, if you’re the kind of person who likes his colors true-to-life, maybe you’re a professional photographer, then simply change the color profile to Basic, and you’re golden. Watching any type of content on this AMOLED display is simply breathtaking.

Samsung’s flagship smartphones have always taken great images and videos, however, the Galaxy S6 takes it to the next level, both, in terms of hardware and software. The device boasts a 16 megapixel rear-facing camera sensor with an aperture of f/1.9, OIS (optical-image-stabilization), Auto Real-time HDR, object tracking autofocus, 4K video recording, and a ton of software modes for example Auto, Pro, Virtual shot, Selective focus, Slow motion, Fast motion, and plenty more which can be downloaded. Just like pictures, the device shoots amazing video as well with plenty of resolutions to choose from, for example 4K (3840x2160, 30FPS, 48MB/s), Full HD (1920x1080, 60FPS, 28MB/s), Full HD (1920x1080, 30FPS, 17MB/s), HD (1280x720, 30FPS, 12MB/s), and more. It can also shoot slow motion video in 720p HD at 120FPS (48MB/s). One thing which really impressed me was the autofocus while recording video, the sensor was quickly able to focus on objects with not much of a delay. The only two gripes I have about the camera is that I can’t shoot 4K video for more than 5 minutes and I can’t shoot pictures in RAW, using the stock camera app.

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. The Samsung Galaxy S6 adopted this high-end technology.

At the top of the list is the display. 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 firmly recommend this reliable third-party retailer to you on cellphoneage.com. Our screen replacement is high-premium materials. By the way, this Samsung S6 screen digitizer replacement is compatible with the following models: G9200 (Hong Kong), G9208 (China), G9208/SS (China), G9209 (China), G920A (AT&T), and G920F (Global), G920FD (Pakistan, Philippines), G920I (LATAM, Singapore, India, Australia), G920S (Korea), G920T (T-Mobile).

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