Which Display Technology to Go for: TFT, IPS or AMOLED?

par Official Store KOSPET sur March 31, 2023

 AMOLED and TFT are two sorts of display technology widely applied in consumer electronics.

 

AMOLED (active-matrix organic light-emitting diode) displays are composed of tiny organic light-emitting diodes, while TFT (Thin-Film Transistor) displays utilize inorganic thin-film transistors.

 

Besides, the organic materials that make up AMOLEDs emit light when an electric current passes through them, whilst a matrix of tiny transistors are used by TFTs to control the flow of electricity to the display.

 

Both AMOLED and TFT come with their own pros and cons. Check out the table below to compare these two technologies:

 

 

AMOLED Displays

TFT Displays

Variant

Light-emitting Displays (LEDs)

Liquid Crystal Displays (LCDs)

Backlight

Self-illuminating

Light up with a backlight

Colour Display

More Accurate

 Comparatively Less Vibrant

Refresh Rate

Higher

 Comparatively Lower

Response Time

Shorter

Comparatively Longer

Viewing Angel

Wider

Comparatively Narrower

Power Consumption

Less

Comparatively More

Production Cost

More Expensive

Comparatively Less Costly

Lifespan

Comparatively Shorter

Longer

Availability

Available, but not so widely

More Widely Available with Longer History

Used in OSPET Smartwatches

TANK S1

TANK X1

TANK T2

OPTIMUS 2

TANK M1 PRO

TANK M1

MAGIC 3S

 

IPS (in-plane-switching) technology, an upgrade of the conventional TFT LCD display module, was initially designed to solve the strong viewing angle dependence and low-quality color reproduction of the twisted nematic field effect (TN) matrix LCDs prevalent. To some extent, they share the same basic structure, yet overall IPS technology embraces more advanced features and wider usability.

 

KOSPET smartwatches that harness IPS display technology are TANK M2 and MAGIC 3.

 

Which display technology to the most suitable for you?

 

In summary, AMOLED and TFT are two different types of display technology. AMOLED displays are basically brighter, more vibrant and more costly to manufacture. TFT and IPS displays, on the other hand, are relatively not as bright or power efficient as AMOLED displays.

 

Even so, which display technology works the best for you still relies on your needs. For instance, if you are after a bright and vibrant display, then AMOLED is a superb option. Yet if you are anxious about image persistence, TFT or even IPS may be better for you.

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