In our day, smartphones have become an essential part of our lives, but buying an ideal smartphone is a tedious process. Especially when it comes to buying a smartphone-based on a display, a variety of smartphone display technologies are available in the market. To illustrate the differences between various types.

The best technology of smartphone screens available in the market.

  • LCD monitor: 

The LCD is characterized by image quality, low power consumption, and ease to read. The pixel represents the smallest element on an LCD screen, each pixel consisting of an aligned molecular layer between two polarizing filters and two transparent electrodes. In a mid-tier smartphone, the LCD is divided into two categories: TFT and IPS.

 TFT or" Thin Film Transistor", is the cheapest LCD screen available, created by connecting the displayed pixels to the transistor and condenser. Disadvantages include poor visibility in sunlight, narrow screen angles, and high power consumption.

The second type of LCD, IPS or IN-Place Switching, is the best current LCD on the market, with wide viewing angles, consistent colors, and better visibility, even under direct sunlight, unlike TFT. These displays are usually seen in medium-range smartphones; Because they're expensive to manufacture.

  • OLED:

Organic light-emitting diodes (OLED) is a new display technique, containing a layer of organic matter trapped between the anode and the cathode. The organic matter directly produces electric light when an electric pulse is applied between conducting plates, and the intensity of the electric pulse determines brightness and color.

When compared to LCD screens, OLED screens are much better; Due to high-speed response, excellent color reproduction, high brightness, light weight design, and wider viewing angles. 


 or Active-Matrix Organic Light-Emitting Diode is similar to that technology and contains features such as a light weight, a higher brightness than LCD screens, a strong battery life, and a vibrant color.

Disadvantages include: The screen contains saturated colors. 

  • Super AMOLED screens:

Super AMOLED screens developed by Samsung, represent an advanced version of AMOLED technology. On Super AMOLED screens, there is no separate touch-sensitive layer since touch sensors are integrated into the screen itself. Making it the thinnest display technology on the market. These screens are more responsive than AMOED screens.