Does anyone have any information about Nexus 6 (and its "brothers") real display performance? I'm worried about PWM/flickering, that usually exists in AMOLED displays and makes them completely unusable for me. (For example, all recent Samsung phones have flickering issue and because of that they are unusable). And Nexus 6 has AMOLED, if I understood right — but I couldn't find any details about it on the Internet yet.
It would be especially great if you have proofs (high-speed camera recordings, for example).
A good article about what is PWM and how to test it: http://tftcentral.co.uk/articles/pulse_width_modulation.htm
I've found this test result in a review:
It implies that above 30% brightness level the flickering must be (almost) absent. But it's not a complete answer, because
- it's unknown what's the real brightness at 30% and how much it differs from 100%, and is PWM completely inactive when brightness is above say 40% (the graphs show that at 30% there are indeed pulsations)
- is it possible to lock the brightness setting in such a way that it's forced to stay ≥ 40% for example