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M52 screen is "foggy" while using the 120Hz option

(Topic created on: 08-02-2022 05:40 AM)
D4rkLightning
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As the title says, my M52 screen is somewhat "foggy" while using the phone in 120Hz. It's almost unnoticeable in bright places, but when I'm in a darker place it's way more visible.

 To be more precise, the screen pixels get more visible with a yellowish color, turning every color, especially gray, into a lighter ton. And when speaking about bright areas and dark areas, the same applies to the brightness of the screen: the lower it is, the more visible the "foggy" pixels are.

This is extremely annoying, since I mostly use my phone in dark areas, making the 120Hz unbearable.

 

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BandOfBrothers
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That's not good @D4rkLightning 

Please do try the diagnostic tool in your Samsung Members app and there is also a feedback form in the Samsung Members App.

A Samsung Service Centre csn take a look at the phone for you too.

These phone's have these features to heighten the user experience so it does need to be right. 

I wish all the best. 


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I have no affiliation with Samsung.

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