The Motorola LCD – A Closer Look

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The Motorola LCD – A Closer Look

The Motorola lcd isn’t an all-singing, all-dancing panel like the curved display on the 2020 Edge model, but it holds up pretty well for a budget phone. The colors are punchy, contrast is good, and brightness manages to hold up against outdoor autumnal sunlight. It also has Corning Gorilla Glass Victus protection, which makes it easier to avoid scratches and cracks.

Display

There have been a lot of articles comparing various smartphone LCD and OLED displays and technologies. Most of them deliver imprecise off-the-cuff remarks, but very few actually attempt objective scientific lab measurements and comparisons together with side-by-side visual tests.

This article series objectively evaluates the Motorola IPS LCD display using extensive scientific laboratory measurements and comparisons with other smartphones and OLED displays. The measurements and tests cover the maximum peak white brightness, black level brightness, contrast ratio, screen reflectance, Bright Ambient Light Contrast Rating, Dynamic Contrast, Intensity Scale and Gamma, Color Temperature, White Chromaticity, color saturation, color gamut and more.

Insert the point of a spudger into the hole in the bottom edge of the rear case just next to the clip that secures the display assembly to the phone. Lift the display enough to clear the clip and release it. Then use the flat end of a spudger to pry up on the display cable connector, but be careful not to separate the display from the phone more than about 0.5 inches (13 mm) or you may damage the display cable.

Resolution

Motorola bumps the Moto X Pure Edition’s display up from FHD to QHD, giving it a pixel density of 520 PPI. Unfortunately, the Pure Edition also ditches AMOLED for IPS, which results in lower black levels but requires more power during high-aperture-level (APL) conditions. As a result, Peak Brightness and Black Luminance both fall dramatically at moderate Motorola lcd viewing angles. Colors are surprisingly stable, however, with only a minor 3% shift in the blue and green channels at maximum luminance.

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Contrast

The Motorola’s IPS LCD panel provides good contrast but not as good as OLED screens on the Galaxy phones. However this screen is also much more power efficient than the Samsungs thanks to its faster refresh rate which saves on battery life. The Motorola uses Auto which automatically switches between 120Hz (UI and compatible apps) and 60Hz or 48Hz for streaming video or static images.

Peak Brightness, Black Luminance and Contrast Ratio all fall significantly with viewing angle but that is fairly typical for LCD technology.

Brightness

Adaptive Brightness is a great feature for people who use their phone in different lighting conditions. However, the feature can be glitchy at times, either setting the screen too bright or too dim in certain situations. One way to fix this is to keep an eye out for software updates that include fixes to auto-brightness bugs. Another is to recalibrate the feature by following a few steps. To do this, slide two fingers down from the top of the screen to pull down your quick settings menu and at the top is a brightness bar that can be dragged left or right.

Colors

The Moto G Power’s IPS screen is a joy to use. Its bit-more-than-Full HD resolution looks a little soft in comparison to its OLED rivals, but it still packs in plenty of detail. It can run at 60 or 120Hz, which makes scrolling and video playback much more responsive. It also supports 10-bit color, allowing for billions of shades – a welcome improvement over the millions found on cheaper LCD screens. Even in extreme viewing angles, colors shift very little. Red shifted the most by half of a Just-Noticeable Difference, while Green and Blue shifted only slightly. The white spectra is also very close to perfect.

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