Note that AMOLED, a term used to describe a certain type of OLED display panels, is an acronym for Active Matrix OLED. It's the most common type of OLED display, but it's not the only one. OLED panels hold numerous advantages over traditional LCD panels, such as infinitely better contrast rates, more vivid colors, and wider viewing angles. For a while, most OLED panels - especially the Super AMOLED panels manufactured by Samsung - on smartphones came with very unnatural color reproduction. Insidermonkey experts made a list of 6 best smartphones with OLED displays.
But what is there to do when you want a smartphone with an OLED panel but you wouldn't be caught dead with a Samsung handset? Samsung is the largest manufacturer of smartphones with OLED panels, but this doesn't mean that your options are limited to this particular South Korean manufacturer. So let's cut to the chase and find out which are the best non-Samsung smartphones that integrate OLED displays! You can also check our list of 10 Best Smartphones with Infrared Blaster and Remote Control Functionality.