Folks from FinestFones got a chance to compare the screen quality of these Smartphones. Where they test the screen with a common image loaded onto all the phones.

This is what the author says after comparing those phone’s screen quality.

Though the video doesn’t fully demonstrate it, I can say with confidence that the Samsung Omnia HD’s screen is brighter than the N8’s second generation screen when both are at full brightness settings. I don’t know exactly why this is, but it’s possible that Nokia added an extra layer to the N8’s screen for improved outdoor performance, which will inevitably reduce the amount of light passing through the screen.

Brightness issues aside, the N8’s screen is definitely satisfying and will be excellent for indoor media consumption.

Sure Samsung are greatest manufacturer to make some of the worlds best display units. Hope that clears the matter. Waiting for a comparison of Nokia N8 Amoled vs Samsung Galaxy S Super Amoled. Will sure post if i find one.

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