Tuesday, August 24, 2010

So, what's the big deal with AMOLED displays?

With the introduction of the newest series of Samsung Galaxy S phones came a new breed of screens. Super AMOLED (which, translated, means: active-matrix organic light-emitting diode) This is a new modern display technology designed, at least for now, for mobile devices.

An AMOLED display consists of OLED (organinc light-emitting diode) pixels either located or integrated in the TFT matrix, to create a matrix of dots that emit light when receiving electricity. That means that the phone display's pixels fire up, emitting their own light with very little consumption of power. Compared to the TFT-LCD technology are the main advantages of significantly reduced power consumption, the ability to display more colors, as well as subtle display.

The new T-Mobile G2 is reportedly going to offer the same AMOLED screen. Will you buy one? Keep yourself in the know by visiting often to get more information about the newest cellphones as well as new technologies that will continue to propel us to the future of the cell phone world!

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