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I was gonna say the worst part about the screen is the over saturated colors. But since you're rocking a Galaxy, you won't notice. I returned my Lumia for this exact reason. Here's hoping HTC puts out a smaller SLCD2 equiped device when Apollo rolls out. Titan is too big.
No purple tint on my L900. And yes, it does look awesome.
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This is my first Super AMOLED screen, but one thing that I noticed are whites are really dim on this. I'm attributing this to the ClearBlack technology, not sure if it's a Super AMOLED thing. That said, the contrast is still striking making the dim whites pop still if that makes sense. It's pretty amazing using this thing in direct sunlight too.
From my experience, comparing it to the iPhone4S screen (which, imo, has a grayish haze on it all the time), the screen on this just pops. I think in some reviews they describe the tiles as almost floating in appearance, and I know in one other review, they said it looked like the tiles were literally printed on the glass similar to how magazines look. I know I haven't gotten tired of just staring at the screen.
I thought the Titan and the L900 were pretty much the same dimensions? At least close enough to not really matter.
The dimmer whites are a AMOLED thing, not Clear Black. AMOLED gives you much darker blacks and more vivid colors across the spectrum, but the whites are not quite as bright as the old school LCD screens. Clear Black is a type of polarization which reduces reflection of ambient light, sunlight off the screen and back to your eyes, it works sort of the way polarizing sunglasses work to cut glare. Basically sunlight and glare can hit the screen, but they are redirected so they don't reflect back to your eyes so you don't see them, you only see the light you want to see, the light emanating from the screen itself. It's actually really clever.