OLED is made up of thin layers of the organic component which emits light when current is passed through it. In this technology, each pixel transmits its own light. On the other side, AMOLED consists of an additional layer of thin film transistors (TFTs).
It's a constant debate. AMOLED Displays feature remarkable colors, deep blacks and eye searing contrast ratios. IPS LCD Displays feature more subdued(though some would say more accurate) colors, better off-axis viewing angles and often times a brighter overall picture.
As known, all OLED displays, including AMOLED, Super AMOLED, Super AMOLED Plus, P-OLED and Dynamic AMOLED, use their own radiation from organic diodes and do not have a backlight. As a result, the eye perceives light only from active pixels on the screen. ... Of course, such a screen has a minimal effect on the eyes.
POLED: A RGB-OLED panel based on plastic (instead of glass) for reduced thickness and weight, used in wearables like the Apple Watch and LG's Android Wear watches.
To keep it simple, no display is 100% safe for your eyes. However, an OLED display does not emit any backlight, and its blue light emission is also very minimal. In fact, OLED is said to emit 3.1 times less blue light than your average LCD screens.
Most premium phones today adopt flexible OLED displays. Apple for example is using a flexible 5.8" 1125x2436 OLED (made by SDC) in its 2018 iPhone XS (the iPhone XS Max sports a larger 6.5" 1242x2688 flexible AMOLED). Display experts say that the iPhone XS Display is the world's best smartphone display.
IPS LCD screens have good viewing angles and are better for outdoor use compared to AMOLED displays. However none of them are necessarily better for your eyes. In other words, both can be equally dangerous for your eyes.
The AMOLED displays are thought to cause 'eyes hurt' because of low-frequency dimming by AMOLED manufacturers. LCD screens rely on LED backlights for light emission.
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The iPhone 12 now features an OLED display instead of the standard LED panel. Apple probably made this choice in part in order to provide the necessary contrasts for Dolby Vision.
iPhone 12 mini Features
This smallest model has a 5.4-inch OLED display with a dual-camera system. The larger iPhone 12 is a 6.1-inch model that replaces the current iPhone 11.
The iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max feature OLED displays that are superior to the LCD display used in the iPhone 11, with HDR and a much greater contrast ratio for brighter, more vivid colors.