Many considered the Poco F1 too great a smartphone to become authentic for its cost. Although it’s an excellent smartphone to its price tag, we have begun to detect some problems which prevent it from being known as an true flagship smartphone, such as inferior use of topnotch, shortage of“OK Google” hotword service , along with ghost touch problems.
But following the disclosure of a collection of problems, many users may be observed complaining about a significant problem and that’s screen bleeding. This indicates is that it is possible to view a halo or a thin patch of light across the base edge of this Poco F1’s screen that makes the area look washed out.
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The result is readily observable once the screen is seen in low light using the display brightness maxed out.
This light source is generally blocked however, the bleeding is observable when 100% blocking isn’t achieved.
The matter is readily visible on TVs and screens rather than an unusual issue to get a smartphone such as Poco F1. IPhones and iPads happen to be one of the superior apparatus that have endured from the matter and the latest flagship device to possess the problem has been the Pixel two XL, that utilizes P-OLED screen unlike the bigger sibling Pixel two .
While the matter is unlikely to interfere with your everyday usage, it may be a bit annoying if you see a great deal of movies or shows. The problem prevails on both the 64GB and 256GB units we have here in the office so that it’s very likely to perform with Poco’s selection of LCD, which is connected to the very low cost of this smartphone. As it isn’t a software problem, we do not anticipate Xiaomi or even Poco to fix it using a software upgrade.