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Display Type Showdown: LCD vs. OLED vs. AMOLED

If you’re researching displays, especially smartphone displays and HDTVs, you will often hear about a screen with the “AMOLED” feature being a selling point. But what does this actually mean? LCD vs. OLED vs. AMOLED: Meet the Contenders Let’s hop right into that. First, here are the basics of what each of these display types are. LCD LCD, or Liquid Crystal Display, is a basic display type that took storm and replaced the old CRT (tube TV/monitor) standard.
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