7. Thanks to OLED, you may not have to beg bartenders to charge your phone anymore
And it'll cut down on your electric bill at home. OLED’s lack of a backlight means that, compared to LCD, it needs only 40% of electric power when the image is primarily black (like on your phone), and 60-80% of power to display other gradients of color.
8. And it works better in natural light
You know how you have to adjust the brightness on your phone to save power? Or to read it when it’s too bright/dark outside? When an OLED screen displays something blue, it doesn’t filter colorless light through a prism -- it actually is blue. That means that screen you rolled up in your pocket earlier could be brought to the park and provide a high-definition picture display.