IPhone X OLED Display & Pixel 2 XL OLED Display
Pixel 2 XL Display
Made by LG Display – a newcomer to the smartphone OLED (organic light-emitting diode) display business
Iphone X Display
Apple is using Samsung OLED displays for the X’s Super Retina HD display.
What is OLED?
- OLED displays are more prone to color-shifting.
- And OLED is also very vulnerable to burn-in.
- If you leave a certain image on an OLED screen for too long, you run the risk of that image being retained, or “burned into,” the screen over time.
- OLED screens paint a much more vivid picture, and the display is so bright and so captivating, it almost doesn’t look real.
OLED screens are typically more expensive, and that may be part of the reason the iPhone X is predicted to cost more than $1,000
IphoneX OLED Display
- iPhone X – though the X doesn’t pull out all of the saturation stops like Samsung’s phones
- Color Accuracy: The iPhone X display reproduction is not necessarily more accurate
- The iPhone X has a 2,436 x 1,125 resolution OLED screen with 458 pixels per inch
Pixel2 XL OLED Display
- The Pixel 2 XL shows less color saturation than the iPhone X
- The Pixel 2 XL gets closer to reality for naked eyes