Objective Evaluation of the Motorola Droid LCD Display
The Motorola Droid is a great looking smartphone with high quality hardware, OS and software. But it also uses a low performance “lcd” display technology that is susceptible to color shift with viewing angle. This article objectively evaluates the display based on extensive scientific lab measurements together with side-by-side visual tests.
In Plane Switching (IPS) is an LCD display technology that uses Indium Phosphide Motorola lcd sub-pixels to deliver a more accurate and natural viewing experience. This type of LCD is often used in high-performance HDTVs and monitors to produce vivid, high resolution images with exceptional color accuracy, contrast and brightness. This is also the most popular form of LCD for smartphone displays.
The IPS model of the Motorola Droid has a 3.7 inch In Plane Switching IPS LCD display with a White LED backlight and a 854×480 pixel screen resolution. This model was measured and evaluated in a series of scientific lab measurements together with extensive side-by-side visual tests using a Konica Minolta CS-200 ChromaMeter and a pair of 854×480 pixel analytical test patterns that were downloaded to the Droid. As is typical with LCDs, the Peak Brightness, Black Level Brightness, Dynamic Contrast Ratio and color change with viewing angle as the Red, Green and Blue sub-pixels shift independently. The results show that the Droid’s IPS display offers excellent performance for this price point. However, it should be noted that there are other IPS displays in the market with greater image and picture quality performance than the Droid.
A TN LCD is the fastest and cheapest type of display panel. TN also has the highest pixel density of Motorola lcd all the major types, which makes it a great choice for gamers. The best thing about a TN monitor is that it can be configured with custom colors and resolutions. It can be used for a variety of purposes, including gaming and video streaming. It can also be a very good choice for laptops and tablet PCs. It is also one of the most popular and durable types of monitors.
Despite being one of the oldest brands in the industry, Motorola has recently announced a flurry of new initiatives that seek to reinvent itself and its brand. For instance, the company is entering the home networking market by partnering with Hong Kong firm Proview to produce liquid crystal displays (LCDs) and televisions that will be branded with its own wireless network hub, HomeNet.