Screen Pixel 2 XL Burned, Google Responds Not Authorized

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 In early October 2017 and then, Google has released its flagship smartphone duo, Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL . Both successfully rocked the world of gadgets after bears the title of best smartphone camera. In fact, Pixel 2 came in the top five DxOMark .

But the bad news came in mid-November 2017’s. Yes! Pixel 2 XL reported experiencing technical problems on the screen used. This report itself came from one of the authors of Android Central Alex Dobie.

Through his Twitter account, Dobie upload a screen Pixel 2 XL hers that looked like fire. This phenomenon is also called screen burn-in. Half of the screen, exactly the middle to get virtual keys covered in gray background.

Pixel 2 XL

Dobie explained that this problem arose after he uses the pixel 2 XL for one week. Apparently not only Dobie is having problems. Author 9to5Google, Stephen Hall also found similar problems.

Pixel 2 XL is in the hands Hall also suffered burn-in screen after 10 days. Screen burn or burn-in screen when some screen displays a black spot in the long term. Reportedly, this problem often occurs in OLED type screen.

However, there is also the possibility of an OLED display Pixel 2 XL experienced image retention. In contrast to the burn-in, image retention problem is categorized as a lighter and will disappear in a few seconds.

Hearing this incident, of course, Google is not silent. The tech giant from the United States rushed to investigate more about the illness suffered by Pixel 2 XL.

As written by The Verge, Google explained that the Screen Pixel 2 XL has been designed with OLED technology that supports qHD + resolution, color gamut, high contrast ratio and a beautiful rendering.

In addition, Google also states that every product they release has been through the testing stage as kstensif quality. Of course, this incident more or less will disrupt the sale of Pixel 2 XL.

So, if Google is able to resolve this problem? We wait for the answer that will come out of their mouths. Of course many are hoping, bitter events ever to hit Samsung in the past year is not expected to be visited Google.

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