Introduction to AmoledStarts off with an introduction with Chelsea narrating. Camerazooms out from backdrop. Phones are brought in.Transitions onto a paper with the definition of AMOLED.Goes into depth with the definition and AMOLED abbreviation.AMOLED DEFINITIONS: OLED displays are made from organic(carbon based) materials that emit light when electricity isapplied. OLEDs can be used to create displays - and these arebright and efficient with a fast response time and a wideviewing angle. OLED display can be made very thin (thethinnest prototype is 50 microns...) and even transparent orflexible. The term AMOLED means Active-Matrix OLED. Theactive-matrix part refers to the driving electronics, or the TFTlayer. When you display an image, you actually display it line byline (sequentially) as you can only change one line at a time.An AMOLED uses a TFT which contains a storage capacitorwhich maintains the line pixel states, and so enables large size(and large resolution) displays.
What is OLED?Talks about what OLED is to give brief idea what AMOLED mightbe.
Sub-categoriesTalks about different categories about AMOLED and why it isbetter than LED and other types of phone screens.
Comparison of AMOLED to LEDComparing the Samsung Galaxy S with the iPhone 4s. Talksabout special features of AMOLED and how good the quality is.
Application ColourOpens up application (temple run game) talks about colourdefinition and sharper images compared to iPhone.Transition: fades out onto next scene
Disadvantages of AMOLEDTalking about the disadvantages of AMOLED: cost,battery life etc.
Resolution ComparisonsComparing the resolutions of both phones