In the era of touchscreen smartphones, we expect them to be as good as computer screens, offering crisp text, vibrant images, blur-free video and enough brightness to see outdoors, all under a responsive touch layer.
Predictably, several different options have arisen, especially when it comes to high-end smartphones. As a result, it can be hard to know exactly what manufacturers (and, indeed, technology sites) are talking about when they boast about Super AMOLED Plus screens or Retina displays.
So what’s the best phone screen to go for? We’ve rounded up all the important information about different mobile screen types below, so you’ll know what to look out for on your next phone.