The OnePlus 8 Pro is influenced by “green tint” and “black crush” show issues, a few users have written about the Web. The issues on the most recent OnePlus flagship developed soon after it went marked down in Europe and the UK on April 21. The organization has additionally recognized the issues raised by the OnePlus 8 Pro users and guaranteed a fix explicitly for the green tint issue through its next over-the-air (OTA) update. Quite, the OnePlus 8 Pro is yet to arrive at significant markets including India and the US.
As indicated by the user giving an account of the OnePlus Community discussions, the OnePlus 8 Pro shows a green shading tint on the showcase when its brightness is decreased. The issue gets observable just in dark situations or when the lights diminish. This implies you won’t have the option to see any issues when you utilize the OnePlus smartphone in a bright environment or during the day.
To comprehend the issue, one of the influenced OnePlus 8 Pro users put his new smartphone against the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ and found that the thing that matters was “very noticeable” in both 120Hz and 60Hz refresh rate settings.
A few users had the option to determine the green tint sway on the OnePlus 8 Pro by turning off the DC Dimming choice. This should be possible by going to Utilities > OnePlus Laboratory > DC Dimming. However, the users reported that after disabling the DC Dimming option, they had the option to recognize the black crush issue that results in some grainy edges when the screen is showing dark shades.
Ryne Hager of Android-centered blog Android Police was additionally ready to spot both green tint and black crush issues, gave an account of the OnePlus Community discussions, and referenced them in the production’s audit. Also, it appears that the two issues are restricted to the OnePlus 8 Pro and are not affecting the experience on the OnePlus 8.
That being stated, OnePlus has given an announcement recognizing the presentation issues detailed by the OnePlus 8 Pro users. The organization has likewise affirmed a fix explicitly for the green tint issue.
“OnePlus values user feedback and is committed to delivering the best smartphone experience. Our team is currently investigating these reports to identify the best solutions for our users and will issue updates as soon as they are ready. Regarding the green tint, we are working to resolve this in our next OTA,” the organization said in the announcement, as cited by Android Central.
Green tint and black crush aren’t totally new to the cell phone world as smartphones, for example, the Google Pixel 4 and Samsung Galaxy S9 arrangement had comparative issues previously. Be that as it may, they positively influence the user experience and aren’t something you expect on a flagship cell phone. The presence of such issues additionally recommends that there could be an absence of quality testing before the official launch.