Part 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3FO-p5ZH45M *TIME CODED REVIEW* Full In-Depth review of the Galaxy S8 & Galaxy S8+. It's LONG so it's time coded! Stay tuned for part 2! 1. Intro (0:00) 2. Which Size Do I get? (00:46) 3. A Tour Around the Devices (3:49) 4. Look and Feel (5:35) 5. Durability (6:33) 6. Design Concerns (8:05) 7. Display Review & Analysis Start (9:51) 8. Display Calibration (13:58) 9. Getting Picky (16:19) 10. The Features Start (16:57) 11. Hardware features (17:14) 12. Display features (18:49) 13. The Edge (19:51) 14. Sensors & Software (22:38) 15. Software User Experience (26:20) 16. Bixby (32:35) 17. Outro & Stay Tuned! (37:24) My wallpaper http://www.samsung.com/global/themestore/index.html?appId=CheilPengtai.n201601A084.wallpaperpack&SITE_CODE=us Further reading: https://www.google.com/patents/US8525762 *Take a peek at this document about amoled. It speaks to the hardware variations that happen. This is why I call these white point issues a hardware issue. Samsung would need to calibrate individual displays to have them look right. Using one calibration profile for a batch of displays (all with individual characteristics) will create the variations that I believe we are seeing. "When active matrix organic light emitting diode (AMOLED) panels are manufactured, each panel has different electroluminance characteristics, meaning that an image displayed on one AMOLED panel may have different color and luminance values than another AMOLED panel displaying the same image." So while we can call the red tint a calibration issue, I think it's mostly down to hardware. Samsung may have made a mistake during the calibration while not paying attention to certain panel attributes, but who really knows. All I can point out is that during my own measurements of what their updated sliders do, I can see how it would be effective for uniform displays BUT NOT for displays that have a uniformity issue. It also is sad that this "fix" doesn't work for the modes that conform to an actual color standard.*
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