You can improve Samsung Galaxy S4 screen display colour with preset 5 screen modes – Adapt display, Dynamic, Standard, Professional photo and Movie. However, they may not suit you totally. Some colours might slightly go off a bit. No worry, there is a way to calibrate Galaxy S4 Super AMOLED screen. Control brightness, edge enhancement, chroma saturation and white colour balance. For example, if you feel that there is too much green colour, just reduce the green gain in STweaks application. Or increase red gain value to make red colour more. That’s it. You can have a perfect screen colour if you have calibrator to help you.
Tune Samsung Galaxy Note 3 screen colour is one of the to do list. Yes, Galaxy Note 3 Full HD Super AMOLED is using PenTile format just like Galaxy S4. However, this latest HD Super AMOLED screen is gorgeous thanks to higher resolution. You can’t really see individual pixel with your naked eyes. However, it still has the very same problem since 1st gen AMOLED screen – oversaturated colour. Samsung added several new screen mode just like Galaxy S4 since basically they are using the same generation AMOLED technology. Yes, you can use it to solve oversaturated colour issue.
Samsung latest Super AMOLED screen on Samsung Galaxy S4 is the best AMOLED panel so far. I really love the true black on Galaxy S4. No backlight at all on black colour pixels (you still can see some backlight on Galaxy S3 and Galaxy Note 2). And 1080p Full HD on 5″ screen brings DPI up to a standard that I don’t even care it is a PenTile matrix. Yes, you can’t see pixel at all on normal usage. However, it still have its weakness where colours are way too oversaturate (at least for me on default settings). Luckily, you can change the colours with several screen modes provided by Samsung.
How is Samsung Galaxy Note II battery life? Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is loaded with 3,100 mAh Li-ion battery. Large for a phone but small for a tablet. Does it have enough to power its 5.5″ HD Super AMOLED screen and Exynos 4 quad core processor? Since Samsung Galaxy Note 2 sits between a phone and a tablet ~ phablet, it should be enough juice for whole day usage, right? Let’s find out…
How to improve Samsung Galaxy Note II screen display colour? This will be your question if you are not satisfied with Samsung Galaxy Note 2 screen. Well, as usual… Samsung HD Super AMOLED screen colour is oversaturated. There are too much green and red colours. No worry, Samsung has a solution for you and me. You can adjust the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 HD Super AMOLED screen colour with bullt-in tool ~ Screen mode. Choose from Dynamic, Standard, Natural and Movie. I prefer Natural personally. Just go to Settings – Display – Screen mode and choose the one that you like.