Ah yes, power consumption when black is the best meter
Like that's possible to see in a demo phone in a store
And in a CPU displayed in a store, it is not possible to run benchmarks between i3 and i7. Your point?
And how useful is that when my LCD phone has twice the run time as my OLED phone?
1. Are you displaying primarily black?
2. Is there any other difference between the phones other than the screen?
doesn't make a lick of difference in the real world
For many people, i3 vs i7 doesn't make a lick of difference in the real world because both run facebook, office and gmail in a browser equally well.
If it were easy to see the dominance of OLED, somone could point to something that can be seen on a demo phone in a store, without downloading apps to the phone, or
You yourself admit that this is not a great way to measure dominance - by your example of generic network cable and Denon one. So how about using some other way to measure it?
Realistic battery life is another thing that can't be told from a casual look on a demo store in a store, without downloading apps to the phone unless one has days to spend at the store and use the phones to be compared identically as they will in the "real world". So battery life also must be a useless thing?
but they just can't prove it
1. Do you agree OLED has a much darker black that is visible from naked eye in somewhat dimly lit situations?
2. Do you spend any amount of time of your life in dimly lit situations?
Some others do.
Once the difference is obvious, people may decide that the darker blacks don't matter. Or they do. Shockingly, different things matter to different people in the "real world". But first you need to check if one has much darker blacks than the other.