arturpanteleev It will not be helpful.
In fact, I would say that it is even harmful. We are all different, we all have different symptoms and reactions to different devices, phones, monitors, and even versions of operating systems. What is the point of such a list, then?
It's more useful to search for people on topics with similar symptoms and see if you have any correlation when using different devices.
I think that is wrong mate, it would actually be helpfully because I see more people having the same bad experience as others with the same devices here. It all depends on how sensitive your eyes are. I think if you are sensitive to temporal dithering you will most probably be sensitive to low and average PWM too even with DC dimming. Whoever adds to the list could maybe say a little about the phones that they have used in the past and that did not work for them, and what they are sensitive to. The problem though is that reading through posts, such a list might not be that long actually, because there has been real trouble finding anything that even works for any of us with 0 problems and with good specs. I will start the list by the phone I am currently using myself. I doubt this phone would give anyone on the planet eye strain, as I myself am both sensitive to PWM and TD, and I am pretty sure it has neither. It's the
Galaxy Grand 2 Duos
Sadly, it's a horribly weak phone to the point that telegram literally crashes on it for me. And it's very old, with android 4.4.2. But it's good for making phones calls, massaging and surfing through Instagram and maybe a little WhatsApp and so on if you are left with no other options like me.
Here's a list of phone I have used in the past that didn't work:
Galaxy S21 FE (I think it has both a horribly low frequency PWM and horrible dithering)
Galaxy S10 Plus (also has both a horribly low frequency PWM and horrible dithering I think)
Galaxy Tab S6 Lite (No PWM, but horrible dithering)
Realme 7 5G (No PWM but horrible dithering)
Huaweii Mate 10 Lite (No PWM but horrible dithering)
Galaxy Note 5 (I used this phone for many years, I did get lingering headaches but only after many many days of back to back use. I can no longer use this phone after I had it fixed and replaced it's mainboard. I don't know if something has changed about it or if I have become even more sensitive. I changed the colour mode to basic from AMOLED and set the brightness to somewhere around 30%, and I can play marvel contest of champions on it for a few hours every day, but I get nauseous feeling the whole time I am using it and also eye strain. The eye strain just doesn't linger that long afterwards.
Also, I have had all sorts of eye checkups preformed on me many times and every time my vision has been 10/10.