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By sonyfan12, Senior Member on 6th May 2014, 03:55 AM
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Sony please make in the next Xperia Z smartphone profiles for screen by SRGB standard (like in S5 cinema mode (106% SRGB) and natural mode in LG G Flex)) or make screen by SRGB standard. Anyway all image are designed for SRGB standard (99.9% of the colors in nature), and enhanced range is color distortion, oversaturation and red hues.
Thank you
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6th May 2014, 06:26 AM |#2  
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can't you tweak in white balance setting?
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Originally Posted by sonyfan12

Sony please make in the next Xperia Z smartphone profiles for screen by SRGB standard (like in S5 cinema mode (106% SRGB) and natural mode in LG G Flex)) or make screen by SRGB standard. Anyway all image are designed for SRGB standard (99.9% of the colors in nature), and enhanced range is color distortion and oversaturation.
Also please correct red hues in some batches.
Thank you

just hold on, i will be introducing RGB color control at kernel level in my next kernel (DooMKernel) release
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can't you tweak in white balance setting?

If it is about 130% srgb, it does not help, but if it about the red hues, then little help, this defect display
(In the photo at S5 wrong display mode, with 7800K)
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just hold on, i will be introducing RGB color control at kernel level in my next kernel (DooMKernel) release

Thanks a lot
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Lol, remind me of the xbox 360 auto color tweaking, I think sony has finally caught up with color cheating to make many people think the hardware produce richer color. I think its a fair complain, I personally prefer accurate color also. Funny how they are so good with their TV but doing it, either deliberately or wasn't tweaked properly when shipped. Maybe send this request to official Sony support forum they will look into this. They do read the posts there so probably a good idea.
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Who are close to the developers of sony, please show them this post
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Thanks a lot

So now after doomlord has introduced it what is your take ?

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Funny how they are so good with their TV but doing it, either deliberately or wasn't tweaked properly when shipped. Maybe send this request to official Sony support forum they will look into this. They do read the posts there so probably a good idea.

because a TV screen costs a lot more than a phone screen.

Getting accurate colours costs more. Will you pay $100 more for accurate colours. Until the tech gets cheaper it ain't happening.
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