It's garbage like this that makes me wonder why more brands don't look into LG's P-OLED or Sharp's IGZO Pro OLED instead. Samsung is on too high of a horse to care about their Quality Control.
Is this just on Samsung's highest quality AMOLED screens? I have 3 phones with Samsung panels and none have had this. Also another phone with an undisclosed OLED (probably BOE) without any problem like this. But I've only seen / heard of this issue on flagship phones.
Well at least it hasn't come to South Africa yet. Luckily they picked it up before it came here.
Not too surprising. Samsung phones and others with its panels (OnePlus, Pixel) also had tinting issue. Some models with Samsung panels also suffer from touch issues.
AnonD-909757, 19 Nov 2020Oh, true, sorry, Apple apparently WILL make their display, but their iPhone 12 currently are m... moreApple has no interest to invest in the next feature that will be omitted!
Anonymous, 19 Nov 2020Apple does not make screen. Just buy and use. Displays and image sensors are not like cpu th... moreOh, true, sorry, Apple apparently WILL make their display, but their iPhone 12 currently are mainly supplied by Samsung and LG !
GAMIRSFM, 19 Nov 2020Dosen't LG also make the iPhone 12 displays?12 /Pro = LG oled
Mini/Max = samsung oled
I have never seen thismon midrange phone, just flagships.
The Samsung plague continues... can't believe they haven't fixed this already. I had to return an S10 Lite because of that reason. Older S phones never had this problem...
AnonD-909757, 19 Nov 2020I love how everyone say BOE make the worst displays and Apple and Samsung dominate the market ... moreApple does not make screen. Just buy and use.
Displays and image sensors are not like cpu that one designs and pay other to make.
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I think it is the same problem as oneplus and samsung we saw earlier so they can fix it through software update
Anonymous, 19 Nov 2020The rush to get a phone on the market means that extensive quality control is not carried out.... moreThese are common OLED issues. This has nothing to do with a rushed product, and can happen to literally every manufacturer. Those units are faulty and rare. Lord knows Samsung had their fair issues with the same problems in the early AMOLED days and still do.
What's with technology being rushed to have it on the market with these problems? I mean, surely Apple can afford to pay someone to set how the screen is under 90%, no? Is that asking for too much?
Or is it one of those where iPhone 12s (or whatever it might be called) in 6 months will have a new screen and it's an 'upgrade' so more Apple fans can blindly buy another new phone?
Well thankfully I have the iPhone 11 so I'm glad I didn't get the 12.
I love how everyone say BOE make the worst displays and Apple and Samsung dominate the market with the best ones.
And at the same time, Apple and Samsung having the same issue while BOE displays are fine. 🤣
The rush to get a phone on the market means that extensive quality control is not carried out. If it were done, this would not happen. Apple, Google, OnePlus, Samsung... What's going on?