Re: Wide gamut vs less wide gamut monitors
Alfred Molon <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> In article <JOidneuzXvBMM7_MnZ2dnUVZ_qadnZ2d@supernews.com> , Andrew
> Haley says...
>> No. Adobe RGB is difficult, and anything more would be even more
>> difficult. The Wide Gamut primaries are pure monochromatic light, and
>> two of them are wavelengths to which the eye is almost insensitive.
> How about amoled screens - do they have wider gamuts than LCD screens?
That depends on the individual screen. And if they have
RGB triples or use more subpixels with additional colours.
And the excact amoled formula.
Never mind that AFAIK aging (and larger sizes) is a real
problem with amoled. It's a difference if you use it in a
phone that'll be replaced in 2 or 3 years or if you want some
real screen estate for the next 10 years.
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