Anonymous, 05 Jan 2017They have not properly positioned the brightness level,even if it is dim it hurts very much as... moreWell their are two types of display used, Tianma R63350 that comes with 80% of them is OK as I described. As the luminance gets higher your eye balls are getting cooked faster no mater which tipe is it. 4K UHD HDR (full spec) LCD's with 1000 nits are the worst (up till now) regarding that.
Im using the phone to read books before sleep, never had dizziness or eye hurting, even if the room is dark.
alireza, 06 Jan 2017i asked a man who have this phone and he didnt feels eye hurting...i dont know maybe your phon... moreTry it Men, See it by yourself.
Maybe variant from our country is different from yours.
Its only my opinion.
alireza, 06 Jan 2017i asked a man who have this phone and he didnt feels eye hurting...i dont know maybe your phon... moreI enjoy the screen very much, no dizziness or hurting, not even after hours onscreen activities!
Ti Jey, 05 Jan 2017as I've said, the display is very good. It plays Full HD videos, games etc. But after a couple... morei asked a man who have this phone and he didnt feels eye hurting...i dont know maybe your phone is the only mi max with this dispaly :(
ZolaIII, 05 Jan 2017They used pretty much the same back lit Leds as anyone else including Amoleds & all do Amo... moreThey have not properly positioned the brightness level,even if it is dim it hurts very much as if they have used different led panels.
if you want a big screen with the best battery time, smooth touch , actually its too good, so just buy it if the size is what you can be ok with, for me screen size i love it. and if u feel some problem with eyes plz decrease the light or blue light dim feature u can turn on that, best mobile, buy and have good time
alireza, 05 Jan 2017are you serious??i want to buy mi max in few days.so now i wont...because i love my eyesas I've said, the display is very good. It plays Full HD videos, games etc. But after a couple of minutes I feel Dizzy and hurt my eyes. Thats why I'm asking is anyone experienced the same.
Display and performance + battery worth to buy! But sound quality is below average, both speaker and Headphones.
Anonymous, 04 Jan 2017Yes,it hurts very much.Which kind of LED they have used in it.Earlier I was using super amoled... moreare you serious??i want to buy mi max in few days.so now i wont...because i love my eyes
AnonD-626722, 02 Jan 2017Yeah, I checked that website out before, whilst it is 4GB Ram & 128GB Rom & shipped fr... moreIt is international version lol. Take a look at the language support, Chinese Rom is only Chinese/English. I love when peple tend to re invent hot water. You can fairly easy flash the global rom on China version also...
AnonD-126393, 04 Jan 2017u need some patch for that , no need root, search googleYou don't need a "patch" for camera, you need root access to enable Hal so that Camera 2 api culd work & fird part apps with it (like Open Camera). With it things get better but still far from ideal. Without root I guess you can try with Bacon Camera that is based on Snapdragon Camera (still the best app regarding original Camera API with it it focuses & shots rather fast in pitch black environment producing rather good output, other than that it's nothing special.
Anonymous, 04 Jan 2017Yes,it hurts very much.Which kind of LED they have used in it.Earlier I was using super amoled... moreThey used pretty much the same back lit Leds as anyone else including Amoleds & all do Amoleds are capable going even lower the display on Max is actually capable of going pretty lo on back lights for an LCD.
Regarding eyes fatigue even it has a biger display that allows you to use it comfortably from a 35 cm distance which helps along with night mode it's still far from ideal. Unfortunately (in this case) a battery backup is rather huge so it doesn't help when it comes to exaggerating with usage which leads to more fatigue. I had an eye hurt only once but that day I had 12h of SOT, pinning refresh rate of the media (video) to the refresh rate of the panel will also help a little (I use it with Kodi).