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17 minutes ago, Goukosan said:

first of all I was referring to LG screens being inferior to Samsung screens.  The Samsung Screen Xs, Xs max and Xr will be superior to the LG versions. 

 

2nd of all... Samsung phones have had superior screens all the way back to the note 4.

 

When the Galaxy S6 came outthe screen was SIGNIFICANTLY AHEAD of every iPhone out there.

 

More than double the resolution of the iPhone 6 and 4 times the number of Pixels..... read the highlighted below and weep.  lol

 

 

The Best Smartphone Display

The Galaxy S6 has more than double the resolution and more than 4 times the number of pixels as the iPhone 6. It also has significantly higher peak Brightness, significantly higher Contrast Ratio in both low and high Ambient Light, significantly higher Absolute Color Accuracy, significantly better Viewing Angel performance, and has 4 selectable screen modes instead of a single fixed one on the iPhones.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The display on the Galaxy S6 matches and even exceeds the performance of Galaxy Note 4 that we measured in 2014 and rated it as the Best Performing Smartphone Display that we had ever tested (see the Comparisonsection below that includes the iPhone 6). 

 

Table below, the Galaxy S6 matches or breaks new records in Smartphone display performance for: Highest Screen Resolution, Highest Pixels Per Inch, Highest Absolute Color Accuracy, Highest (Infinite) Contrast Ratio, Highest Peak Brightness, and Highest Contrast Rating and screen readability in Ambient Light

 

 

 

 

iPhone X was top dog until whatever new Samsung came out after it,  and now the new iPhone will likely take the crown back.

 

Looks like they’ll keep switching back and fourth between who has best screen.

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18 minutes ago, Goukosan said:

first of all I was referring to LG screens being inferior to Samsung screens.  The Samsung Screen Xs, Xs max and Xr will be superior to the LG versions. 

 

2nd of all... Samsung phones have had superior screens all the way back to the note 4.

 

When the Galaxy S6 came outthe screen was SIGNIFICANTLY AHEAD of every iPhone out there.

 

More than double the resolution of the iPhone 6 and 4 times the number of Pixels..... read the highlighted below and weep.  lol

 

 

The Best Smartphone Display

The Galaxy S6 has more than double the resolution and more than 4 times the number of pixels as the iPhone 6. It also has significantly higher peak Brightness, significantly higher Contrast Ratio in both low and high Ambient Light, significantly higher Absolute Color Accuracy, significantly better Viewing Angel performance, and has 4 selectable screen modes instead of a single fixed one on the iPhones.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The display on the Galaxy S6 matches and even exceeds the performance of Galaxy Note 4 that we measured in 2014 and rated it as the Best Performing Smartphone Display that we had ever tested (see the Comparisonsection below that includes the iPhone 6). 

 

Table below, the Galaxy S6 matches or breaks new records in Smartphone display performance for: Highest Screen Resolution, Highest Pixels Per Inch, Highest Absolute Color Accuracy, Highest (Infinite) Contrast Ratio, Highest Peak Brightness, and Highest Contrast Rating and screen readability in Ambient Light

 

 

 

 

Go check your same source where they say the gs8 May be technically better, the iPhone 7s display owns in severely in several ways. That’s the gs8. Bro you have the 6 lmfao. Don’t talk to me about screens 

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1 minute ago, Carlos Vela said:

iPhone X was top dog until whatever new Samsung came out after it,  and now the new iPhone will likely take the crown back.

 

Looks like they’ll keep switching back and fourth between who has best screen.

That’s maybe the only thing they will go back and forth on. Galaxy and notes are both dying brands, getting less and less sales every year lmao

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I think I want the watch series 4 more than the xs Max. I’ll need to sell my series 3 first though 

 

xs max should arrive Friday. Almost got gold but went with black. 

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3 hours ago, Carlos Vela said:

I just got both my kids 256gb iPhone X lol.

 

i think I’m gonna hold off on upgrading this one time haha.

you don't want 1500 smart phones for both your kids, yourself and your wife?  :bena:

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56 minutes ago, Goukosan said:

you don't want 1500 smart phones for both your kids, yourself and your wife?  :bena:

Not now haha.

 

i jumped in on the $5 a month lease deal on the iPhone X last month (for kids)

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1 hour ago, teh_4th said:

Sprint lmao

Sprint rocks where I live. Super cheap too. The $5 X is an insane deal. I have no reason to get rid of mine, it’s fucking lovely but with sprint it will cost a total of $60 ..annually...on my plan .. zero down.. and I’ll have the xs Max in a few days. 

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6 hours ago, ghostz said:

Sprint rocks where I live. Super cheap too. The $5 X is an insane deal. I have no reason to get rid of mine, it’s fucking lovely but with sprint it will cost a total of $60 ..annually...on my plan .. zero down.. and I’ll have the xs Max in a few days. 

:aitch: 

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19 hours ago, Carlos Vela said:

Really looking forward to displaymate, phonebuff speed test,  and some gaming test.

 

if they fixed throttling and ram managment,  watch out Android fanboys 

even if they fixed the throttling, ram management etc. 

 

The GS10 is just around the corner :tom5:

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I just received the terrible news this morning in an email:

 

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As of December 17, 2018, you won't be able to send Call stickers through the Samsung Phone app, including sending stickers during calls and declining calls.

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