Seems at this rate though I'm pretty much preparing to return it for a refund....
Exactly, for a potential defect, if that is indeed the case, it really is very consistent. Also doesn't seem to be worse on the left top section or left bottom section, but very uniform across the left side. Without having any info at all about the manufacturing process, I am think if the displays are stored at some point tilted to their left side, causing some glue to become very slightly thicker on that side as it cures, and if this is indeed the same situation as for the iPhone, could potentially fade away after some use. Or another of any number of factors potentially at play. Who knows, but isn't the manufacturing of high technology fascinating?
Because of these types of potential factors it would be beneficial to Samsung to look into this and provide some quick info. If this is potentially a temporary thing which will fade away in a matter of days /a week or two, it would be good for users to get that info, so that Samsung doesn't get returns for phones that just need a bit of running in.
Working in manufacturing myself as an engineer (albeit much larger things), i'm always fascinated to learn about the process.
It would be great to hear from samsung on this, please do update us with anything you hear.
I'm hesitant to send it back because everything else is PERFECT with this phone. No dead pixels, no other issues of any kind.
It is indeed the whole left side, uniformly, like a gradient effect. Almost like they come out of a heat treat and the left side stays in longer or something.
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