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Spen = more left.
SuuperBaka is the only rational voice right now lol. I still can’t believe people fiddling with phone rumors.
[deleted post]“A screen source operating at 900 nits causes a burn-in? Give the source comedian?”
I’ve already explained how burn-in works, you ignore it or you lack reading comprehension. Go back and read.
“Sony is fooling gullible losers like you.”
In what way did Sony fool me?
“It will always be under the S21 Ultra and Mi 11 Ultra”
They have certain things that are better, and Sony has certain things that are better. It depends on what you are looking for.
[deleted post]“They choose to reduce costs instead of prolonging life. By your logic, let’s press the brightness below 200 nits to prolong life.”
They help extend the lifespan of the panel, you don’t understand how the technology works. Also dialing brightness below 200 nits helps extend the life of the panel 🙂
“Sony’s dim panel can’t go beyond the 560 in Max automatic mode because that’s the threshold that might cause burn-in.”
They don’t go beyond that to make sure users don’t turn off their screens by always getting brightness there. More safety measures.
“Another display that is capable of reaching higher nits because it’s not a low quality panel.”
You obviously haven’t read what was said before, won’t even answer this.
“Japanese garbage company cutting costs class 3. Learn Chinese manufacturer Sony schlonsuucker”
Nice denial, great counter -argument I was destroyed by you. Well done.
[deleted post]Notice how you never give anything to refute my argument, throwing a punch at someone doesn’t get you right.
Really sad to watch
As long as they try to keep its price a little lower than 2021 and it has a built -in S pen like the Note, I’ll get it.
Oh, and NEVER with exynos! They should know better now.
Anonymous, 15 Jul 2021These days, there are more opportunities to move ahead than oled burning. Stop this … again“These days, there are more chances of your mobo dy! Ng earlier than oled burn.”
Not really disputing what I said, but feel free to say what you want.
“Stop this baseless fear.”
How this unfounded fear, I give the facts. OLEDs will experience burn-in, but that depends on usage and how long you put it off.
“No one runs the display at 900 nits continuously. Even if it’s true, the panel is pressure tested and has to pass certain certifications.”
Prove that “no one” runs the display at 900 nits continuously. There are more effects than you think, even today.
you think certification means nothing when it comes to OLED organic degradation. No matter if they pass the certificate, burn-in will occur, you can just delay.
“Bright panels can be dimmer but dim panels can’t be brighter.”
Thanks for showing that clearly
“Tell your Sony company to install a brighter panel and stop cutting costs by sending a dimmer display”
Stop acting like an almost black panel and you can’t see anything. I can see very well on this panel. They chose to extend the lifespan of the panel.
Anonymous, 15 Jul 2021The Xperia Trash is a cheaper quality panel than the S21 Ultra and Mi 11 Ultra … Not much you … more“The Xperia Trash is a cheaper quality panel than the S21 Ultra and Mi 11 Ultra … There’s not much you can do about it.”
Good refutation of what I said. You provided a lot of input and evidence to what I said. Well done 🙂
“Low quality Xperia panel will be the first to explode”
First explode? Source on this or you are lying.
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SuuperBaka, 14 Jul 2021“Are you saying the Oled panel inside something like the Poco F3 is the same as the one in it … much moreThese days, there are more opportunities to move ahead of a fire.
Stop this unfounded fear.
No one runs the display at 900 nits continuously, even if they do, these panels are pressure tested and must pass certain certifications.
Bright panels can be dimmer but dim panels cannot be brighter.
Tell your Sony company to install a brighter panel and stop cutting costs by shipping dimmer displays
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SuuperBaka, 14 Jul 2021“You also don’t provide evidence … All Oled will cause burns at higher brightness?” … much moreXperia Trash is a cheaper quality panel than S21 Ultra and Mi 11 Ultra … There is not much you can do about it .. Low quality Xperia panel will be the first to explode
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MediaSnap, 14 Jul 2021What? All Bayer Quad sensors are inexpensive and provide low quality video compared to regular sensors. Quad bayers like the op8 pro deliver much better video quality at night, not rough footage compared to the usual Bayer sensor on the iPhone 12 Pro Max.
Quad bayers like the op9 deliver better quality in video than the regular S21 with a Bayer sensor (1.8 micron pixels)
Noodles 11 Ultra destroys everything on the market
There is no other smartphone to beat the samsung galaxy s22 ultra
200 mp camera with a zoom of more than 100 x
And the battery capacity snapdragan is more powerful than ever
Anonymous, 14 Jul 2021You must use some low quality gw1 sensor with 1 / 1.7 “. Don’t compare to other hig … againWhat? All Bayer Quad sensors are inexpensive and provide low quality video compared to regular sensors.
We don’t need a f * S Pen. We need an SD Card slot. NO SD CARD NO TO S22.
Anonymous, 14 Jul 2021Read on for high quality Oled offerings from Samsung. The risk of burns is very … more“Read more about Samsung’s high -quality Oled offering.”
“The risk of burns is very minimal.”
Not that I mean, I mean that it’s still there and it depends on usage. Samsung’s new panel reduces risk, not prevents it.
“Also, burn-in only happens when a static image has been there for too long (like if the image lasted for hours)”
The static red element is the highest danger for burns, it depends on what you have on your display. White pixels are the most durable pixels.
“This is why almost no one gets into the screen. But you assume that if the screen runs at a higher brightness, it will cause burns.”
How fast a screen burns depends mainly on two factors, power consumption and temperature. Having a screen at maximum brightness uses more energy and burns more compared to a screen with lower brightness. Samsung’s new panel helps reduce the effects of burns, but doesn’t prevent them, that’s what I mean.
Also, there are a lot of cases of people getting burned, just because you haven’t seen anyone complain, doesn’t mean it doesn’t happen often.
“What would you say if tomorrow Sony gave you 800-900 nits? Would you say the same thing ??”
Yes, I will. I use my screen at the lowest setting at home and have it at the outside brightness level.
Harvey Weinstein, 14 Jul 2021“It’s not like cheap OLEDs, it’s the same technology” Did you say O … more“Are you saying the Oled panel inside something like the Poco F3 is the same as the panel inside the mi 11 Ultra? Or the S21 Ultra?”
That’s not what I said. My point is that OLEDs are not going to be a problem. That’s the way it works. There is no OLED display that will not light up.
“If that’s the case, we won’t dive into a different panel.”
The different panels don’t eliminate the fact that it’s still burning, just delay, that’s what I said.
“Your knowledge of that of an amateur and a Sony brand boy like you has been the laughing stock on this site.”
I have never claimed to be an expert, but I have done research and have good knowledge. Throwing stitches and calling me the son of the Sony brand doesn’t mean you’re right. You still haven’t explained how the new panels prevent burn-in (hint: they don’t prevent it)
“Just because other Sony brand guys praise the Xperia panel in your Sony echo chamber, doesn’t mean other users will swallow this BS.”
It’s not about praising the Xperia panel, it’s just knowledge about the OLED display and how it works, you still haven’t explained what I’m saying is BS.
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SuuperBaka, 14 Jul 2021“All the same Oled ?? Is that why Samsung has a difference? E3, E4, etc ??” That’s … againRead on for high quality Oled offerings from Samsung.
The risk of burns is very minimal.
Also, burning occurs only when the static image is there for too long (such as if the image remains for hours)
This is why almost no one enters the screen. But you assume that if the screen runs at a higher brightness, it will cause burns.
What would you say if tomorrow Sony gave you 800-900nits? Would you say the same thing ??
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SuuperBaka, 14 Jul 2021“Joker learns more about high -quality Oled. Your Xperia trash is the lowest quality that … more“It’s not like cheap OLEDs, it’s the same technology”
Are you saying the Oled panel inside something like the Poco F3 is the same as the panel inside the 11 Ultra noodle? Or the S21 Ultra?
If so, we wouldn’t have dived into a different panel. Your knowledge resembles that of amateurs and Sony brand men like you have been the laughing stock on this site. Just because other Sony brand guys praise the Xperia panel in your Sony echo chamber, doesn’t mean other users will swallow this BS.
Anonymous, 14 Jul 2021All the same Oled ?? Is that why Samsung has a difference? E3, E4, etc ?? No matter how much you … more“All the same Oled ?? Is that why Samsung has a difference? E3, E4, etc ??”
That’s not what I mean, the technology is still the same. The same risk of burns still occurs. Having increased brightness is always maximum and your usage determines how fast you get burn-in.