When it comes to smartphone screens, there are two predominant technologies—the traditional LCD panel, and the newer AMOLED display. Most phones still use LCD screens, as the tech is more cost-effective due to its longstanding reign as the primary display type in TVs, smartphones, and tablets.

AMOLED screens are more energy-efficient, and offer higher contrast levels and deeper blacks.

But in recent years, AMOLED screens are starting to take over as the technology matures and becomes cheaper and more reliable. The advantage of an AMOLED display is that each pixel emits its own light, meaning… more

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