The Samsung Galaxy A series always offered AMOLED screens, which was a big advantage over similarly priced competitors. In 2019, this will change, and some Galaxy A will be equipped with LCD displays. Which Samsung smartphones will have AMOLED screens?
Samsung middlings are expensive and it's difficult to discuss this. Until now, however, they had a considerable advantage over the better equipped in terms of computational models of competition. These were Super AMOLED screens , which provided perfect blacks, infinite contrast and great viewing angles. Everything indicates that in 2019 after this advantage nothing will remain – at least not in all models
The end of AMOLED screens in the middle shelf?
Let's try to find out the reasons for this phenomenon, and it will not be a mystery requiring the participation of a detective from Baker Street. The reason is of course competition from Chinese brands that share and rule in this price shelf . Since customers prefer high technical specifications over a great screen, there is nothing to fight with the windmills.Is this a good decision? It all depends on how the Galaxy A models will be positioned in the new Samsung range. As I wrote earlier, in 2019, Koreans plan to change the naming of their smartphones. It may turn out that Galaxy A will no longer be medium-sized and super-thin, or rather lower-end models intended for sale to operators . This theory seems to confirm the death of the Galaxy J. family
Which Samsung smartphones will AMOLED have?
We already know almost certainly that the LCD screens will be equipped with the M line, which is the upper part of the low-cost segment. This is somewhat in conflict with previous reports on the positioning of this line, so I would recommend approaching this with a certain distance. Part of the Galaxy A series (Galaxy A50 and Galaxy A60) will be deprived of AMOLEDs with certainty. The P series will probably also receive IPS displays . Which models have the chance to stay in the land of perfect blacks and infinite contrast? Strong mediums from the Galaxy R line are the main candidates . Also Galaxy models A30, Galaxy A40, Galaxy A70 and Galaxy A80. Of course, Samsung does not intend to abandon the Super AMOLED screens in its flagship, it would be ridiculous. To sum up, fans of OLED screens in cheaper smartphones will probably be able to buy one of this year's models. Source