How to improve LG G3 Screen color quality and make it better than Super AMOLED displays. The LG G3 is one the few devices that has a QHD screen with a resolution or 1440×2560 pixels. Such a high resolution means high pixel per inch density which again means super sharp and clear photos.
Even if you bring your phone close to your face, you will never be able to distinguish individual pixels. This was an impossible task on Full HD displays, let alone QHD screens. But everything good comes with a price. The screen on the LG G3 might be very high resolution but colors and contrast are very bad.
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Colors look washed out without life and viewing angles are very limited. For comparison, AMOLED displays are also high resolution but they also have very good contrast. Colors are vivid, colorful with life and the viewing angles are the best. So the LCD display on the LG G3 is not vivid or colorful as AMOLED screens.
How to improve screen quality and make it AMOLED-like
1. Go to Settings. Find Accessibility and open it.
2. There is an option called Color Adjustment.
3.Activate the option and then drag your finger across to adjust contrast and hue saturation.
4. Drag your finger until you like what you see and then turn Color Adjustment off.
This is a quick and easy method to enhance LG G3 color quality and saturation. Obviously, it will not make it better than Super AMOLED displays but it will be comparable.