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ErXibo

Problem with an amoled screen

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Posted · Original PosterOP

So the images tell the whole story about screen issue. I don't remember hitting anything or dropping the watch and i don't know what happened it was ok this afternoon and now in the evening that happened

*sorry for image quality*

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Is the faint image of the watch's turn on animation?

 

That is screen burn in, but it shouldn't happen that fast(it should take atleast a few weeks of exactly the same image to happen). Try restarting the watch etc, and if that doesnt fix it:

Get that watch replaced under warranty.

 

I have used my Huawei watch 1 with Always on Display for almost 3 years, and still it doesn't have anything like that.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

So yeah I'm tried restarting or shutting down the watch completly and i think it's getting worse with each minute *i can post some pics if needed but that might be mine imagination*
and yeah it's watch face combined with animation 

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WIth OLED screens, the more you use a sub pixel, the more that sub pixel color shifts to be darker.

If you have static image for a while, or have the same area of the screen used more than other places, then you'll see a ghost image or image burn in effect. Now of course there is a certain level of resistance, and OLED panels usually have a controller to offset sub pixels power deliver and color changes to hide the issue, boosting the life of the panel, but it will eventually come to where you come to a point where you see wear zones.

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4 hours ago, ErXibo said:

Would it happen that fast tho? Or time just doesn't matter here really 

No it should not do this that fast, unless they use crappy OLED screen.

If you can return it, I would.

If it is under warranty, I would have it replaced.

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
5 hours ago, GoodBytes said:

No it should not do this that fast, unless they use crappy OLED screen.

If you can return it, I would.

If it is under warranty, I would have it replaced.

 

I went to the original shop today (5pm) and they told me to go to Huawei's Service unfortunately it's open until 5pm so I was already done for today, I have the hopes for tomorrow

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