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So how better is the AM OLED screen on the N85 compared to the LCD screen on the N96 in terms of viewing images?

Dailymobile has posted a comparison on this and here are some photos taken from there.

This is N95 8gb vs. N85 screen

As you can see here, the image on N85(right) is higher in contrast and more saturated.

Here comes some comparison between N85(bottom) and N96(top)

Its very obvious that the N85 screen produces more natural image preview with more yellow tint.

The flower on N85 is more vibrant and has more red in it.

More red! Nice.

… now lets see a photo of the sea and blue sky.

I prefer the image on N96 screen as the blue is more saturated… and of course i love the bigger screen. ahah

So which would you pick? A bigger screen? or a clearer screen?

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September 3rd, 2008

If I’m not mistaken, OLED would consume less power? It is the future I guess…

From the pictures, I prefer the OLED’s colors, but too bad it’s smaller.

smashpopNo Gravatar

September 3rd, 2008

so u mean u’ll pick the smaller screen hor :D

September 6th, 2008

[...] Here’s a video to show you the clarity, brightness and the colour on the N85 screen. [...]

MarkNo Gravatar

September 8th, 2008

Wow, looks like the OLED really is superior. As soon as I heard about the change in screen technology I had big expectations, hopefully this is the future for all high end Nokias, better power efficiency and more natural, brighter colours.

What about sunlight readability though? Can the screen still be read outside and under bright lights? From past experiences with any OLEDs they totally disappear under sunlight, hopefully the N85 isn’t like that?

September 9th, 2008

[...] video on the N85 is great, with the AM OLED screen and the stereo speakers, I can really imagine me watching videos on the device in the future (if i [...]

smashpopNo Gravatar

September 9th, 2008

MArk: i havent tried the screen under bright sunlight… hope it performs well too

endlesszNo Gravatar

September 14th, 2008

of course i prefer bigger screen!
what’s the point of seeing a pretty image but it’s hardly seen? lol

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