In its essence, the minimal organic design identity is reflected in the smooth and non-linear lines of the mobile handset. Equipped with a large 4.8” HD Super AMOLED display, the Galaxy S3 smartphone offers users a large and vivid viewing experience. Samsung Mobile’s heritage Super AMOLED display even enhances to high-definition and 16:9 wide viewing angles. Galaxy S3 used the same Super AMOLED HD display with PenTile matrix as the one on the Galaxy Nexus and not use the The Super AMOLED HD Plus display was already being used by Samsung on the Galaxy Tab 7.7.
LG Display is touting their 4.5″ True HD IPS-LCD display . LG Display says that the LCD is more sharp and clear (due to the Real Stripe matrix vs the Pentile one used in Samsung’s AMOLED). For example, LG’s Optimus 4X HD has a 4.7-inch HD-IPS LCD capacitive multi-touch screen with a 1280×720 pixel resolution. The pixel density clocks in at an impressive 312 pixels-per-inch (ppi) and should deliver a sharp picture and decent brightness.
I think that it’s getting harder and harder to distinguish between all those technologies, as all theses screens are superb. Here is the video video compares the Super AMOLED HD on the Galaxy Nexus with the True HD IPS on the LG Optimus:
For some, this may not mean a lot but there are significant differences between the AMOLED and AH-IPS. For starters, Super AMOLED consumers more power and overexpresses color as compared with the AH-IPS panel. LG also stated that its AH-IPS panel has better sharpness and clarity as compared with the Samsung’s Super AMOLED panel. Nonetheless, if compared between the two, both looks extremely good to have.