It seems like Apple iPhone X might be in the similar ship as Google Pixel 2 handsets. The Cupertino-located tech major has upgraded its support page for iPhone X to unveil that it too might see color tint and screen burns problems over time.
Apple claims that this is something anticipated from an OLED display. The firm also claimed that it has operated on the OLED displays of the new handset to lower the impact of OLED burn-in as much as promising.
“If you see at an OLED screen off-angle, you may sense slight movements in hue and color. This is a feature of OLED and is usual behavior. With expanded long-term usage, OLED screens can also demonstrate small visual modifications. This is also anticipated behavior and can comprise ‘burn-in’ or ‘image persistence,’ where the display shows a pale remainder of a picture even after a new picture comes in to view on the display,” claimed the support page.
“This can take place in more tremendous cases such as when the similar high contrast picture is incessantly showed for extended periods of time. We have created the Super Retina screen to be the best in the sector in lowering the impacts of OLED ‘burn-in,’” claimed the firm.
Apple iPhone X is the only one of the 3 new smartphones rolled out this year by the company that has an OLED screen. It comes with a 5.8-inch OLED screen with pixels resolution of 2436 x 1125 and a PPI (pixels per inch) density of 458. The company has referred this as Super Retina screen. The HDR screen also supports HDR10 and Dolby Vision.
Apple has given the price tag to the iPhone X, which arrives in 2 storage version 64 GB and 256 GB, of Rs 89,000 (64 GB version) onwards in the country. The 256 GB variant has a price tag of Rs 102,000 setting a new record for pricing of mainstream handsets. In addition to this, Apple also rolled out iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone 8. The iPhone 8 models also arrive in 256 GB and 64 GB storage versions. The iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone 8 is accessible in India at a price of Rs 73,000 and Rs 64,000 respectively.