I’m sure we all know this because of the organic decay and temporary image retention, but I wanted to point out two other things that I’d never heard of but am experiencing now. See, I just got a new iPhone, and it’s my first device with an OLED screen, period. There are two issues I’ve noticed right away that I’ve not once seen mentioned here when debating about with display technology is the best. 1. Blue shift 2. Trailing/ghosting/stuttering on text scrolling The first one is what initially caught me off guard. The phone turns very, very blue and angle, and this starts pretty early on. If I’m tilting the phone away from me a little (which I do while typing), the top of the screen starts to turn blue and be cooler than the rest. The second is harder to explain, probably because I’m too much of a noob to use the right terms to describe it. But eventually, when I scroll through text rapidly, the text seems to leave a trail behind it. And unlike the smooth natural blur my eyes perceive in moving objects in real life (and text in LCDs), this trail is awfully discrete and stutter-y. I don’t tend to consider my eyes good enough to see this stuff usually, but this stuck out like a sore thumb. I doubt either of these drawbacks are enough to make me return the phone and give up the contrast of this display, but I have to ask: is this normal for OLEDs? And if so, why does everyone look at it like it’s the savior of LEDs, with only the issue of decay? EDIT: Watching some YouTube videos, and the stutter/trailing whatever is also present in people moving their hands. I’m beginning to wonder if I have a faulty unit.