So, How Does the New PS Vita Screen Compare to the Old One?

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We've seen the new PS Vita. It's right up there! We've seen it up close. But we haven't seen how the new LCD screen compares to the current Vita's OLED screen. Until now.

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Twitter user Hiro compared the Ragnarok Odyssey title screen on his original PS Vita to the upcoming Vita.

Here, have a look for yourself.

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The original Vita is on the top, and the new Vita is below it. In case you couldn't figure that out for yourself.

Note: An earlier version of this story said the new screen was LED. That was incorrect. The screen is LCD.

う〜んやっぱ液晶は比較すると差が出ちゃうかなあ [@Hiro_1988]

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DISCUSSION

OK, fellow Kotakuites, I have just a candid question. I'm bound to get my own Vita (don't like to use the missus's one, it's hers after all), and I'm sitting on the fence, now. Sure, the OLED screen looks better, sure, the battery life of the Slim is improved... Choices... But is that true that OLED screen don't age that well? I've read that a few times, and wow, I hardly believe it. Still, is there any truth in there? That would make for an easier choice (not that OLED issues were true)...