In the last year, we informed you about a mile OLED screen of your phone the Google Pixel 2 XL to make the colors look faded. Although this behavior is familiar in OLED displays, the OLED display used in the phone the Google Pixel 2 XL made by LG was showing this behavior, which was hard not to notice it.
Right now we are hearing reports from users indicate that their units do not suffer from the problem mentioned above, at least not to that degree that was reported in the beginning. One of them is Vlad Savov of The Verge, who owns two units of this phone, one is experiencing this problem, and do not suffer from this problem.
The conclusion of the first is that it can be units that came out of the production phase of the newly solved this problem. However, after checking the date of manufacture of some units, it turns out that the manufacturing date is not relevant to the problem, so it turns out that some of the units that were manufactured later suffer from the problem of color, while there is no this issue in some units that were manufactured earlier.
In the end, it seems that this problem is related to screen OLED. Apparently, there are OLED screens good and bad, which would explain the development in performance. And, of course, can be overlooked for development mostly, but in this case it seems that both LG and Google decided to keep in play, despite the difference in the performance of the OLED screens used in the units of a Google Pixel 2 XL. Given that the units are ” bad ” more than the good ones, it seemed that it was going to end up with both of the two companies to get rid of a large part of the screen, this is probably the reason why they use those screens anyway.
So if you decide to buy Google Pixel 2 XL today and bought one in the past and found that your unit does not contain the problem of turning color, it’s not that the device generally does not suffer from the problem but you’re just lucky enough.
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