If there is a point to improve on the AMOLED screens is undoubtedly the readability of your content outdoors, Aware of that Samsung has worked significantly with screens SuperAMOLED, and honestly after having it tested in the Samsung Wave, the improvement is important.
But it is never more a direct comparison between LCD and AMOLED SuperAMOLED displays such as which TechBlog guys have done. They chose three important Android phones: a Samsung Galaxy S (SuperAMOLED, 4 inches), a HTC Desire (AMOLED, 3.7 inch) and a Sony Ericsson Xperia X 10 (LCD, 4 inches). We are going with the video:
The video shows as Sony Ericsson LCD screen continues to have slight advantage outdoors, but we can also see how the SuperAMOLED technology has improved enough with respect to the display of the HTC Desire, the more complicated view with outdoor light.
No doubt the screen is becoming one of the items most important to assess in a phone, as well as the ability to process, or the possibilities for connectivity, so companies such as Samsung are care this paragraph to the maximum.
Regardless of the outdoor display, new screens are incredibly good, as well as benefits in the autonomy of the device. The explanation is found in which the AMOLED and Super AMOLED screens they don’t need back lighting so they are more efficient and get a better contrast and color.
Curious is the fact of demand for Samsung screens, that do not cope with the production and so important phone numbers as the HTC Droid Incredible they have suffered significant delays. With a little luck the Samsung Galaxy S Pro will be your next phone to make use of the SuperAMOLED.
I update the news with a second comparison made by CNET Asia, they conclude that in general the AMOLED screen is better than the LCD, and testing with SuperAMOLED in broad daylight the day: