I looked up my pixel 2 xl?s IMEI and mine was manufactured Nov 7th and got mine on December 7th. Blue tint is barely noticeable. I came from an S8+ and the "blue tint" is laughable.
AnonD-368020, 15 Jan 2018I think most of the people have already decided to skip this one. Tech enthusiast shouldn't wa... moreFunny i am selling more of those to business clients than any others android handset.
The news should be... its seem most pixel 2 xl dont have the big color shift..
S8 User, 15 Jan 2018SOME have LESS SIGNIFICANT color shift??? Phone of that price shouldn't have ANY. I mean, it... moreAll screens (LCD and AMOLED) shift to some degree whether it's color or brightness or both. This is unavoidable. This issue here is the quality control on such expensive devices.
AnonD-704307, 15 Jan 2018Consistency has never been lg's strong point. samsung oled isn't consistent either it seems oled is hard to produce consistently.
I heard Some Samsung employee stealed Oled recipe and sold to Chinese Corporation and finally ended in LG hand but it turn out it fake Recipe no wonder they have this kind problems.
Anonymous, 15 Jan 2018Two awful company trying to make something prenium, Google and LG. This thing should of been n... moreSince when Google is bad at doing phones? The Nexus device were awesome smartphones. LG was the plague, producing the device with awfull quality.
Look at the nexus 5, a brilliant phone, brilliant screen but suffered from bootloop issues that LG is known about.
LG right now produces OLED screens which are priced equally as samsung's but are much inferior in every regard.
Samsung has been producing Amoled screens ages ago, they know what they're doing and every panel just screams quality out of the box.
The pixel 2 XL just came with problems, not made by google but by LG.
Google should be blamed too for putting those cheap panels in their phones but what other option had google? They were partners and the deal was alreayd made.
Hope the pixel 3 will come with a samsung screen panel
My Huawei y330 also have this problem
bat it cost 50Â€ so its fine.
Two awful company trying to make something prenium, Google and LG. This thing should of been no more than what the Oneplus cost
SOME have LESS SIGNIFICANT color shift???
Phone of that price shouldn't have ANY.
I mean, it only has good camera, no features, not even a headphone jack... and people should be happy that SOME of their phones have less noticeable issues?
Really Google? Your phones don't even have good design, it basically doesn't bring anything to the table and is one of the most expensive ones on the market. Is this really a king of Android?
I've never had this on 3 SuperAmoled phones from Samsung. LG's oled's are just inferior.
If Google would keep pricing like they did for Nexus line, no one would pay much attention on these kind of issues. Now they put themselves as one of most expensive brands, so they need to be almost perfect, but they are far from that
Impressive QC there Google and LG... *Insert slow clap* who would spend $1150 CDN on this crap?
Getting this straight: Google and LG chose oled because its badass?
I think most of the people have already decided to skip this one. Tech enthusiast shouldn't waste their time on it any more. In few months new hot thing gonna be S9 and G7. There were a lot of more new techs at CES which could have been covered instead of reports like this.