Xiaomi hypes up the Mi 10 Youth display - Samsung-made OLED, 4,300,000:1 contrast

25 April 2020
Other bits revealed in a couple of official Weibo posts include a 180Hz touch sampling rate, DC dimming and HDR10+ support.

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Marc Aurel, 26 Apr 2020OLED technology, just like CRT of old, has theoretically in... moreRegardless of all that... That just sounds like it would look phenomenal

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haha 4,300,000,002:1 to precise

OLED technology, just like CRT of old, has theoretically infinite contrast. However, the actual display still reflects some light even where the pixels are off. So no infinite contrast for any real world display. The closest you can get to infinite contrast is to go to a wilderness close to the equator and far away from artificial lights, and look at the stars in a moonless night. Due to atmospheric scattering of starlight the actual contrast is not infinite, but the sensitivity of the human eye is not sufficient to tell any difference.

Essen, 25 Apr 2020So true. Sick of the names. Retina display, butterfly and n... moreYou stated, "Sick of the names. Retina display, butterfly and now magic keyboard and the best is courage (lack of headphone jack). While I am citing Apple..."

It is with good reason Apple always infuses distinctive words to its technology, so to herd in its flock, as a shepherd does with his.

Anonymous, 25 Apr 2020Oled is 1.000.000:1 ... Infinity is just to fool people. Wrong. OLED can claim a contrast of infinity because they can turn individual pixels off completely; fully black, zero light emitted and any number divided by zero is infinity. If it still have a value then that mean the black is still emitting light.

Da Gud Shepherd, 25 Apr 2020why don't the mention the Green tint. i thought it is a new... moreOnePlus actually.

Why bother advertising the contrast ratio when pretty much everyone already knows almost all OLEDs have basically perceptibly infinite contrast ratios.

I wonder if they are going to use this same screen in the Mi 10 Lite 5G.

  • Anonymous

Anonymous, 25 Apr 2020Oled is 1.000.000:1 ... Infinity is just to fool people. yeah infinity is just like free headphones that are in the price

This gonna be a long phone

  • Anonymous

If only it could be DCI-P3 compliant, it would be a really nice display.

Anonymous, 25 Apr 2020All oled have same constrast. 1.000.000:1. This just bec... moreGreat example of logical apology.
They all have but Apple has more which it's plane same one. Sow another great nonsense comment before this one. How when you divide something with zero you get infinity. I wonder who ever let such people to pass even in elementary school.

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IpsDisplay, 25 Apr 2020Oh boy dc dimming.... Lowers own flickering but then cau... moreI think many manufacturers are doing that.

  • Anonymous

All oled have same constrast.
1.000.000:1.
This just because Apple said 11 Pro has more than 2.000.000.
Now brands will say their screens have 4 millions, 7 millions, 10 millions etc .....

  • Anonymous

Da Gud Shepherd, 25 Apr 2020why don't the mention the Green tint. i thought it is a new... moreIt seems to be a problem with the 1440p 120Hz panels, not all of their OLED panels

  • AnonD-896879

Da Gud Shepherd, 25 Apr 2020why don't the mention the Green tint. i thought it is a new... moreLol

  • RejZoR

Essen, 25 Apr 2020So true. Sick of the names. Retina display, butterfly and n... moreI never settle for anything less than Water Pro.

  • Anonymous

IpsDisplay, 25 Apr 2020Your talking about blooming when you say ips glow? I alr... moreIn the meantime amoled is still the raining champion

  • Anonymous

Fearghast, 25 Apr 2020Only 4 300 000 : 1 contrast? Not even infinity : 1? What a ... moreOled is 1.000.000:1 ...
Infinity is just to fool people.

  • Anonymous

HDR10+ is a free format that works like Dolby Vision.
So unless you watch contemt recorded using HDR10+, you cannot take any advantage of it.
Only cellphones have HDR10+ recording.