HTC Officially Announces Their Adoption of Super LCD


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    For a while now, we’ve been aware that HTC’s been silently switching up their manufacturing process to help soothe the pain from device shortages. Perhaps the most direct result of their changes were the shifts from AMOLED to SuperLCD in some of the phones they’ve introduced to the market as of late. Still struggling to keep [...]

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    Hmm. There is a "delay" in getting AMOLED displays out, especially to HTC Droid Incredible. Then comes this announcement that HTC is going with Sony's SLCD on all their upcoming phones including the Global Nexus One (good ole N1, down but not out!!!).

    The funny thing is that the Sony SLCD is a joint venture between them and Samsung (makers of AMOLED). The SLCD improves battery life and the display can be read in sunlight...granted, I'm all for that! But, could it be that production was deliberately slowed on AMOLED in order to increase production on SLCD? If so, they at least stick to pattern - They stop support on one thing while churning out a plethora of others. Things that make you go Hmm...
     
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    I had been checking back every now and then but did anyone else notice that on the verizonwireless site, the droid inc no longer specifies that it is an amoled screen under the specs section
     

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