Originally Posted by BarryH_GEG
Unfortunately.. i have to quote you. I think that super amoled + screen is not as perfect as we espected.
This evening i will post some pictures of my sgs2. I think that trying to change it now will result always in the same issue, until they will address the problem (i already changed it becouse of a dead pixel, and the past phone had the tint issue too, plus vertical lines).
It's opinion to me that the problem is originated by the amoled weakness to the heat.
Do this test:
when you put your phone in charge (with battery nearly discharged), you will exeperience a warmup of the phone. Put your finger on the right side of the display and then move it slowly from the right to the left. You should notice a temperature raise from right to left.
I'm sure that if i take a thermographic picture of the phone, the high coloured areas will approximately correspond with the faded area of the screen. Additionaly, i think that the problem will be worse in time directly dependent on the quantity of heat generated. The more heat your phone will produce and the sooner organic cells will deteriorate.
So, why phones have the problem the first time i turn it on? I think that all phones are tested before packaging. Testing phone means producing heat, becouse it produce a lot of heat during high mcu use and charging.
I've olso noticed that using a lot the phone (for example web browsing) and letting it warming up, accentuates the faded screen issue.