AMOLED

 

The new Energy Phone Pro 4G is a mobile phone  that will call your attention due to its elegant and neat design, ultra-slim body made of highly resistant Corning Gorilla Glass 3 and alluminium frame as well as 5″ display with AMOLED technology. Did you know that there are not many smartphones that have this type of display nowadays? Our Energy Phone Pro 4G is one of them!

But do you know exactly what the AMOLED technology is and what advantages does it have in comparison to other type of displays? We will explain it in this post:

In English, AMOLED stands for Active Matrix Organic Light Emitting Diodes.

As you will probably know, LCD screens need backlighting to display both standard and black colours. Black pixels on this type of screen turn opaque, that is, they don’t let the light pass through. Quite the opposite is true for AMOLED screens, which do not require backlighting.

Each pixel is a little blue, green or red light and it is not necessary to block the incoming light to display black colour. What happens is that colour pixels do not light up.

Since AMOLED screens don’t work with backlighting, we can spare a layer (thus we can get even a thinner screen). They are also more efficient screens and they use less battery, especially with black wallpapers since pixels are turned off.

But that’s not all! Besides being 20% more efficient, AMOLED screens have more realistic colours because they achieve 100% of the NTSC standard providing, this way, more contrast and definition.

As you can see, this type of technology has many advantages: more vivid and realistic colours, better contrast, optimized battery consumption and the possibility of having a thinner terminal (since they have a layer less).

Furthermore, our Energy Phone Pro 4G combines AMOLED technology and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 616 Octa Core processor that provide the user with the best experience in terms of performance, power and energy consumption.

Did you know already the AMOLED display features? What do you thing about using this type of technology for the new  smartphones’ displays? Leave here your opinion, please!

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