While the One X may be HTC's beast of a flagship device, the One S is not far behind. It's packing a new Snapdragon S4 processor into one of the most solidly built phones I've ever put my paws on.
Remember when the Droid Bionic was the best Android phone on Verizon? Poor Bionic: A month and a half goes by and here comes Droid RAZR, which is similar to the Bionic, but better in virtually every way.
This Is My Next just got a look at Motorola's latest LTE handset, the Motorola Spyder, and it has the unique pedigree of being the first 4.3-inch qHD Super AMOLED screen. That combination is a promise of crisp, high-res visuals.
Some tablets and smartphones ship with an AMOLED display. Newer ones are shipping with a "Super AMOLED" display. What so super about it, and what does all this alphabet soup even mean?
See that tablet weeping into its ports? Yeh, that's the Galaxy Tab, suddenly threatened after Mommy Samsung announced production of 7-inch AMOLED screens today, for their own products but other companies' wares, too.
DisplayMate's Dr. Raymond Soneira put the iPhone 4, Samsung Galaxy S, Nexus One, and Motorola Droid through their paces to determine which smartphone's display is truly "super," and which are just so-so.
Should you be worried that HTC is swapping its AMOLED screens for Super LCD panels? According to this video comparison...no, not really.
Samsung's Super AMOLED screens have caused quite a stir lately, and as this video comparison shows, it certainly handles direct sunlight better than an AMOLED screen. When put next to an LCD though, you'd be hard-pressed to tell the difference.
Seen here is the first SUPER AMOLED PHOOOONNNNEEE from Samsung, which is so SUPER you must wear a protective suit to touch it, lest you become SUPER too.