Many users are worried that the display of the Samsung Galaxy S9 burns in, so individual pixels no longer shine as intensely as you should normally do.
The reason for this is the OLED display and its special features. So that the display or the individual pixels do not burn into your Samsung Galaxy S9, you should consider a few settings.
These are the following:
Precautions against the display Burn-in on the Samsung Galaxy S9
1. Do not permanently set the screen brightness to maximum - It is better to activate auto brightness
2. Keep the screen timeout as short as possible - We recommend a maximum of 2 minutes
3. Use dark colors, especially for the background images. This also prevents the background image from burning
4. With apps, such as navigation apps, you should make sure that they do without bright static control elements.
5. This is the case with Google Maps, for example!
If you are concerned that your Samsung Galaxy S9 may already be affected, you can use the following test to check whether individual pixels of the display are already affected:
Check the display for burnt-in areas and pixels - Samsung Galaxy S9
1. Open the phone app from the Home screen.
2. Switch to the keypad. Now enter the following code to access the service menu of the Samsung Galaxy S9:
After entering the code, you will see a menu consisting of tiles. In the row at the top you see: Red Green Blue 4. By touching the individual tiles you will see this color on the display.
Since a pixel always consists of "red, green, blue", you can use this test to check whether each color can still be displayed in full color.
If you see discolorations or matt areas on the screen, these are already burnt-in pixels on the screen.
You now know how you can test whether pixels in the display of the Samsung Galaxy S9 are affected by "burn-in" and also what you can set preventively so that your device is not affected.
How to test whether pixels in the display of the Samsung Galaxy S9 are affected by "burn-in"? and also what you can set preventively so that your device is not affected.