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Some Samsung Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9+ Customers Reporting 'Black Crush' Colour Banding Issues

Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ will be the company’s leading offerings that have been unveiled before Mobile World Congress 2018. As happens to be the outcome using final few Samsung flagship handsets, the Galaxy S9 sets additionally recreations the in-house Super AMOLED shows that have been seen as the best in the market. But user reports recommend the shows regarding Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ have been plagued with colour banding problems, additionally termed as ‘black crush’.

Ebony crush basically means a scenario wherein the display creates grainy and pixelated frames when it cannot create deeper colors accurately. This effect is evident whilst viewing high-resolution videos with video footage drawn in the dark or with a dark back ground. A number of people have reported in Samsung’s and XDA Developers’ discussion boards concerning the concern becoming faced on certain products of the Galaxy S9 plus the Galaxy S9+. Separately, a user in addition claims that video clips played regarding Galaxy S9+ native video player don’t help HDR.

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People experiencing Black crush dilemmas on Galaxy S9 units
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Reports claim that the strength of the problem features diverse between users but it positively is present. Black crush was previously connected with “low quality” LG displays and it is one of many uncommon instances when it’s been seen on a Samsung smartphone. So that they can remedy the issue, users can download the Screen Balance app from Bing Enjoy. Once set up, set Fluorescent to Warm, put the energy slider to 60 %, and put Contrast to 100 %.

In October this past year, Bing Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL – each of which recreation AMOLED displays – additionally skilled comparable black colored smearing problems that tend to be obvious if the show is on reasonable brightness. Also known as blue move problem, black colored smears had been seen on units of both alternatives.

Posted at Fri, 13 Apr 2018 10:49:27 +0000