leo R, 24 Oct 2017Not all oled displays are made the same way. Samsung amoled displays never had this issue.Then sorry but you have some issues with your eyes.
Sony Fanboy Bitches, 24 Oct 2017I know. But the person who replied to me has talked about his/her Samsung phones that exhibit ... moreI can make a video exactly the same with the one they did with Pixel 2 XL. Enough words about this. You can still continue to disagree with me in your own world.
ProJames, 24 Oct 2017That's no AMOLED in the Pixel XL2. It's a P-OLED by LG. So no sammy involvedSammu not involved in this particular Pixel 2 XL situation but they have the exact problem for their screens, too.
ProJames, 24 Oct 2017It's a fact. Samsung's best panels used in their flagships are rated the best by independent c... moreProbably yes, cause they have more R&D on this compared to only significant rival LG. But that doesn't change the fact that even latest Samsung S-Amoled screens have this issue.
Anonymous, 24 Oct 2017Users of note 8 are complaining about burn in alreadyThey will complain when Note 9 comes out, too. It's about the nature of diodes. That's not a specific case to Note 8 or Samsung.
Sony Fanboy Bitches, 24 Oct 2017Idk what you're trying to point out, but I tried so many sAMOLED-packed Samsung phones already... moreLike I already pointed out, I'm not trying them, I am using them. It's certain that you didn't have the moment to face the issue we're talking about, you did not used the phone in the scenario which this problem occurs, Ok? That's no problem. But that doesn't mean these Samsung screens don't have the problem. Yesterday I want to a techno-store and "tried" Note 8, S8 and S8+ for this exact scenario and I saw that the issue continues.
HuS.TeR, 24 Oct 2017OMG you're so wrong about it, Samsung couldn't take care any of the issues you are talking abo... moreAnother knows everything professor, I had amoled for years s6, s8 DOES NOT has this issue, on s4 only noticeable on fast scrolling
Leonardo Loures, 24 Oct 2017This always happened with all my Super AMOLED phones, even my Galaxy S7. I though it was a pro... moreMy s6 and s8 does not have any issue like that, though my S4 has this issue, but only noticeable on fast scrolling
They should remove the 3.5mm jack to make room for a faster screen update rate.
AlienNextDoor, 24 Oct 2017Hahahaha EVERY oled screens has this. EVERY Galaxy phone does this. It's because black is actu... moreNope.. My Galaxy S4 scrolls just fine, My Note 2, Note 3 also scroll without this problem, my latest S8 also unsurprisingly does not have this problem.. Heck even the amoled on my Nokia 808 and Nokia N8 does not have this slow pixel/image retention while scrolling problem(although the N8 does have a bad black clipping - pre-CBD tech).. This Google made by HTC is screwed.. I can foresee HTC being sold in the near future
Google should focus bring satisfaction to Android user in term fast update, security, better experience.
Hardware just leave to current manufacture, because at the end pixel fail to complete to iPhone with longer update cycle and fast update, etc
Why there is no issue with the display of LG V30? Maybe Google is to arrogant to calibrate their phone's diaplay without consulting LG.
I have this issue with my Moto Z Play. I can notice it when the brightness is low!
It also means IPhone X is smart enough to have sAMOLED , instead of rushing to POLED.
On a funny side , my HP Laptop had LG display & in 1.5 years got bad with yellow display , replacement 2nd LG display got bad on day 2 of fitout , then got replaced with Samsung display & good as ever last 6 months. ;) I think it's just not as good as samsung in screen department , maybe as someone said lack of funds like samsung for R&D.
Readers , Samsung is master in sAMOLED technology , & no such issues in any samsung amoled for me , though colours do go bit low with time ( I feel Samsung has best implementation of AMOLED ) , for LG this is just 1st generation in QHD , and the effort is quite good & in a year or two close in on sAMOLED , LG has properly adjusted its V30 screen calibration , but Google instead of help from LG did its own colour calibration similar to samsung Basic colour mode , & then we hear of dull colours ( Google is to introduce colour modes to correct that ) , BurnIn , Black retention , & clearly if Pixel 2 XL , had used sAMOLED , there would not be so many issues , so yes LG POLED meant some money in google's pocket on each Pixel 2 XL.
Hahahaha EVERY oled screens has this. EVERY Galaxy phone does this. It's because black is actually turned off on oled screens it takes a bit longer to turn the pixels on when scrolling. You scroll faster, ie the image changes faster than the pixels turn on.
I can't believe you didn't know and see this already. Just try it on any Galaxy.