Lu Weibing, vice president of the group Xiaomi and general manager of Redmi, recently published a survey on the Chinese social network Weibo with which he asked users of the platform if they prefer AMOLED or LCD displays.
Most people prefer AMOLED to LCD
In the survey, over 14,000 people preferred AMOLED panels, while only 6051 users opted for LCD panels.
The high Xiaomi official added that there are still quite a few people who prefer LCD panels, who have pointed out the lack of OLED panels in recent times, also highlighted the problem of smearing on some smartphones with high refresh rates and the PWM dimming problem, reiterating that LCD displays offer a respectable visual performance if equipped with good DC dimming.
A similar survey was held last year from which it had already emerged that a number of users preferred LCD screens to AMOLED screens, so the company manager wanted to test preferences again this year.
In 2020, the smartphone series was launched Redmi k30 with the range of sports LCD panels that have achieved maximum brightness up to 650 nits, mind the series Redmi k40 presented this year sports OLED screens.
The latest range features the E4 AMOLED panel of Samsung which offers a maximum brightness of up to 1300 nits with a contrast ratio of 5 million to 1.