Do you expect this issue to be part of the glass covering the screen, or a software issue? It might just be the glass if the tint slightly changes shade when looking from different angles.
Hello @Alpha07 @, I think it is a sw issue like it was with s20... Because firstly I read quite a lot about the same issue on this phone on other forums. And secondly what do you mean 'it is just glass'? Gorilla glass do this? I do not think s
Sorry for the misunderstanding and the late response, of course, Gorilla Glass is of the best smartphone glass out there, and it is unheard of to have colour problems. I have done my bit of research and can confirm this problem resides in most, if not all, of the S10 Lite devices. There are of course, things you do to reduce this effect - for example, changing the colour settings in Vivid Mode (screen mode, settings) but this is not necessarily a fix. As this tinge is not visible in screenshots, it may well be something Samsung had intended, perhaps for better reading. Of course, nobody likes it, as it means you don't get true black AMOLED. I hope this clears something up!
I think it is a sw issue, because a lot of, if not all of, the s10 lite devices are having this trouble. If you are experiencing this issue, please, go to samsung members app and report this issue to samsung. I hope they will do something about it soon. Thanks for reply
It is most certainly an issue residing in irregularities in the software. This is also likely to be intended, in order to increase ease of reading on-screen. Clearly they were just experimenting, as this issue only resides in their lower-end model, and not the flagships.