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8th April 2012, 01:49 PM   |  #4151  
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i have a dslr (sony alpha) for that

but xperia s camera is faster.... and i love that 1.5sec startup.

I'll see...
maybe I'll get a samsung mid-range galaxy..where there is very little development...so that i can join in as a developer and make my mark....lolzzzzzz

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Droid Razr has 8devs which are mostly inactive

it is high end...devs will pick up.soon

and moreover in India motorola support is bad

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8th April 2012, 01:50 PM   |  #4152  
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Oh lol, my iPad screen has burn-in around the status bar, but then again, it's an Apple product, so I guess I'm just holding it wrong.

i thought only plasma had burnin's

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8th April 2012, 05:16 PM   |  #4153  
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i thought only plasma had burnin's

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LCDs can get it too, but its much less common, and in my case it fades back to normal in a few minutes. I think my iPad has a dodgy display anyway, its also got some minor gradient banding and some light bleed up the top, and a slight uneven yellow tint. I can't be bothered exchanging it though, because I have to go though school and it'll cost a minimum of $250 for a replacement.

And no, I haven't got my nexus back yet. Assuming they don't loose it, it'll be here in 2 - 3 weeks.

Defective screens seem to be a common theme with me.

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8th April 2012, 05:45 PM   |  #4154  
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i thought only plasma had burnin's

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Amoled's apparently get burn in too, but I am sure it will be less common than plasma being that TV's don't have as much static image as cell phones. And plasma's have come a long way from getting burn in. Samsung plasmas are hard to burn an image. You have to leave it same station with logo all the time to get it. I was kind of excited to get image retention the first time on my Samsung plasma. 2012 Panasonic plasma's did well with image retention. Initial reports 2013 Panasonic plasmas are susceptible to image retention quicker. I don't know. I like my plasma a lot.

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8th April 2012, 07:41 PM   |  #4156  
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Amoled's apparently get burn in too, but I am sure it will be less common than plasma being that TV's don't have as much static image as cell phones. And plasma's have come a long way from getting burn in. Samsung plasmas are hard to burn an image. You have to leave it same station with logo all the time to get it. I was kind of excited to get image retention the first time on my Samsung plasma. 2012 Panasonic plasma's did well with image retention. Initial reports 2013 Panasonic plasmas are susceptible to image retention quicker. I don't know. I like my plasma a lot.

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CNN is a logo pig, on my Samsung plasma... I run the scrolling burn protection, every few nights... The set is only a couple years old.

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The way OLEDs get burn-in is a bit interesting. Its not burn-in as such, it's more like 'Reverse LED Fatigue'. As the LEDs get used, over time they begin to get 'lazy' and start to lose brightness. Now if you have an area where the LEDs aren't used, like the navigation/menu bar on the Galaxy Nexus, and you watch a full screen video, the space where the navigation bar would have been is slightly brighter than the surrounding screen, giving the appearance of burn-in.

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Some people have status bar burn in their
And black colours are the best for amoled screens for their battery and their life itself

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9th April 2012, 01:14 PM   |  #4159  
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Burn-in marks are not so common anymore. Few years ago it was pretty "normal", but the futured TV's do not struggle with this issue as much as before.

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see any othr sony phone...with the factory firmware, there r jus no issues at all...
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I know this is old, but just a little correction. The arc and the arc s both have a cracked plastic issue above the screen, and it seems many users are experiencing it. Its obvipusly a build quality issue that stopped me from buying the arc s

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