imRGZ, 24 Oct 2017I used Note 2 for 18 months, S6E for more than two years and presently using S7 since three mo... moreback in the day when this issue first appeared people called it by "smearing" or "black smearing" issue.
not everybody notices it, but it's there, it's not a bad batch or anything, it's the nature of AMOLED, and yes Samsung didn't turn water to wine, their AMOLED is still an OLED.
Why bother? Buy SONY.
AnonD-710560, 25 Oct 2017Gsmarena mentioned that entirely wrong. They are not aware of the issue continuing even with S... moreOnly you are aware of this issue. GSMA along with many other tech sites doesn't know the presence of this issue. Millions of users apart from me also unaware of this issue. Buddy, you just start a website and spread your knowledge. Why you are wasting your time here where even GSMA doesn't agree to you.
AnonD-710560, 25 Oct 2017Actually nope to what? How can a video show to you that the pixels won't burn-in in time? How ... moreThe video shows (to mentally sane people, from the number of comments that you are churning out I'm not sure if you qualify) that a Pixel 2 XL has burn-in after 48 hours, while a V30 doesn't have burn-in after 10 days. Also, the Phone Arena review shows that V30 has much higher maximum screen brightness compared to Pixel 2 XL. Again, these are differences that only matter to mentally sane people.
much ado about nada
AnonD-234961, 25 Oct 2017Actually...nope: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ni36KU1sBrM Actually nope to what? How can a video show to you that the pixels won't burn-in in time? How can that video give guarantee to anyone? What does that video show? I say that in time those pixels will burn-in like they did in G Flex and G Flex 2 and all of the other OLED and S-Amoled screens, and what do you say to this? Write it. Don't show me nonsense
Vegetaholic, 25 Oct 2017Another knows everything professor, I had amoled for years s6, s8 DOES NOT has this issue, on ... moreBullshit. Yesterday I tried to "simulate" an issue that "I know" so I easily was able to "recognise" the ongoing problem. So you just don't want to see the problrm and that's fine to me but that doesn't change anything and I'm not a professor, just have more knowledge than you.
your fault google, for using non-samsung oled display.
MobileMan, 24 Oct 2017Readers , Samsung is master in sAMOLED technology , & no such issues in any samsung amole... moreI can not describe how wrong you are about the thought that it will not occur whrn they use Samsung panels instead. Because, all S-Amoleds that exist have these problems, too.
imRGZ, 24 Oct 2017Ohh Google, what a poor start for your second flagship. One issue after other. Make a deal wit... moreThe only change that will not end up with the exact issue is to change OLED to LCD
imRGZ, 24 Oct 2017It is used to be a problem with old gen OLEDs as mentioned by GSMA here - "With the Pixel 2 XL... moreGsmarena mentioned that entirely wrong. They are not aware of the issue continuing even with S8+ and Note 8
AnonD-234961, 24 Oct 2017Don't mistake the V30 with the Pixel XL2. While the Pixel has the burn-in issue, the V30 does ... moreLG V30 will have the same burn-in issue when more people starts using it so that way more voice can be heard from users.
Anonymous, 24 Oct 2017why ProJames when obviously you dont even know that P-OLED is also AMOLED ?
Are you one of th... more:)
Yeah I'm sorry about them.
Actually all of the screens that Samsung and LG produce are PAMOLEDS. They are all plastic, have active matrix, and organic LED's.