My eyes adjust very quickly and I tend to not notice the lines and other flaws that come with a pentile screen. If I focus and try to notice the lines I do see them. Its very bright and easy to see and use. Does not bother my eyes. Is not as "sharp" has a Samsung screen. But most phones do not match that screen.
Yes there are barely noticeable lines, but think of the positive side: better battery life. I went 15 hours yesterday and was down to 30%. That is with push email accounts and moderate usage. I'm happy with that.
Samsungs obviously have a nicer screen. especially in low light. ive been very impressed with the Bionics screen in direct sunlight. not to mention the battery life seems very, very good. I dont notice the pentile lines at all myself. Overall im really happy with it.
I have been using a Charge for the past 4 months and all I can say is the Bionics screen is not that bad. Whites look better on the Bionic and colors seem more realistic. I even played games on both and its comparable to an lcd tv to an led. Yeah the led looks better but the lcd is not horrible.
Having just come from the Charge, it will be awhile before I feel like I'm happy with this because of the screen. It is definitely easier on the eyes, but as much as I try to not notice the pixel-ness, it's always there and I can't ****ing stand it. Nowhere near as bad as the DX2 or the D3, though, so I'm at least happy about that.
Also, the viewing is MUCH easier when outside or in other bright light areas. One plus that this has over the Sammy AMOLEDP screens.
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