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Video: Nexus One vs. Motorola Droid Sunlight Screen Test

The problem with some touch screen smartphones is that when you get outside into sunlight some are a right pain to see clearly. So we have a video sunlight test for our readers today comparing the Nexus One against the Motorola Droid.

As you probably know The Nexus One packs a 3.7 inch AMOLED touch screen while the Motorola Droid packs a 3.7 inch TFT LCD, so which one gives better viewing in sunlight? You are about to find out.

The video below compares both the Nexus One and Motorola Droid and lasts almost seven minutes and can be viewed below courtesy of the guys over at oled-info.

Now the results aren’t that surprising really as the Nexus One’s AMOLED display basically beats the Motorola Droid hands down, the Nexus One is brighter and behaves better in sunlight, still hit up the video and check it out for yourselves…enjoy.

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  1. Nick says:

    I’m returning my Nexus One today due to the screen; while the colors are nice, the unusual subpixel layout makes everything look dithered and puts a sharp edge on text and vertical lines. I compared it to a Droid side-by-side, and the Droid’s screen was considerably crisper.

    If you’re picky about displays, have a look at a Nexus One before buying one.