What is the difference between LCD and AMOLED screen? 02
Super AMOLED is essentially the same as AMOLED, except that the touch layer is implemented in the display layer, so there is no need to add an additional touch layer, which can reduce the thickness of the entire screen module.
The main advantage of OLED screens is the high degree of controllability of the pixels, each pixel can be independently switched to achieve purer black and higher contrast. In addition, turning off unnecessary pixels while displaying the screen can also reduce power consumption.
At the same time, since the number of layers inside the screen module is small, the light transmittance is also better, which is advantageous for achieving higher brightness and a wider viewing angle.
Compared with LCD, OLED screen can be made very thin, which is very suitable for mobile devices such as mobile phones. In addition, due to the lack of a hard backlight layer and the maturity of flexible plastic substrates, OLEDs also have great advantages on flexible screens, creating more possibilities for future mobile devices and even wearable devices.