Whispers of such a move have been going around for a while now, and now it’s officially been confirmed that HTC will be dodging the issue of the OLED/AMOLED shortage by replacing the AMOLED display on the HTC Desire and the Nexus One with Super LCD (SLCD) displays. According to the Taiwanese company, the SLCD offers an exceptional natural balanced color, clear contrast, broad viewing angles, and improved power efficiency. Considering the recent shortages of HTC’s popular devices, the move to ditch the AMOLED displays since Samsung is having trouble keeping up with production might be a smart idea in the long term. Let’s see how things work out in the long run, though it’s also worth noting that the Desire and Nexus One aren’t the latest phones on the block anymore.
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