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By xda-soar, Senior Member on 28th May 2014, 07:07 AM
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30th May 2014, 04:29 AM |#11  
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Lmao okay ...

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30th May 2014, 07:06 AM |#12  
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Originally Posted by graewulf1

If your eyes hurt, yo u are either reading a bright screen in a dark room, or you need new glasses. The tablet isn't the culprit, eye strain is. I have no issue with the screen at all, and I use it quite a bit.

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I'm not blaming the screen as such but I find it doesnt go as dim as I'd like at times when I use it in a relatively dark room. I'm used to using my laptop at a very very low brightness setting.

During the day however I never have any problems with it, so it is just a night thing for me but anyways with the Lux app now installed on the tablet all is well.

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31st May 2014, 05:11 PM |#13  
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Originally Posted by GalaxyNotesTx

The only thing that hurts my eyes are reading all these stupid complaints about this tablet. This has got to be the most idiotic thing I have ever heard. Take vitamins, get glasses and get Laid..

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If that hurts, why don't you stop reading and close the page

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27th October 2015, 09:38 AM |#14  
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Actually any Samsung AMOLED hurts my eyes, too. I think it is not problem with most people.
11th October 2016, 05:16 PM |#15  
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I and my wife are facing the same issue of eye strain , this is not after prolonged usage , within 2 mins , eye strain starts while using regularly , there is no strain whenever j use my iPhone and my friend's ipad
19th September 2018, 09:14 AM |#16  
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Yes!! I found your question when I googled the same question. My eyes are blurry for at least 10 minutes after using my S7. My old phone’s, iPads, don’t do this.. and I’m on low brightness and night mode.. it still does it. I needed to buy glasses shortly after I got the phone. I am at the age for it, but the eye strain and pain is seriously ooonly after every use of my phone. I don’t even want to check my messages any more. Ouchies!

Originally Posted by xda-soar

I feel like the screen from my new note makes my eyes ache and get blurry after extended use. Does anyone else have this experience? I am wondering if it is the WQXGA LCD screen that is doing it. I didn't have eye strain with my last tab, the asus tf101, which admittedly had a much lower resolution IPS screen. I also didn't notice eye strain for the short time I had the tf700, another asus with an IPS screen which I ended up returning for the note. So maybe IPS screens are better for me.

I tried reducing the brightness on the note and have it in movie mode but I still notice the pain. I am not sure if this pain will go away after time or I am imagining it.

If anyone has any experience with this I would appreciate hearing about it.

Thanks very much in advance.

5th November 2019, 07:09 PM |#17  
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I have just got the new note 10 phone and experiencing the same thing.... never had problems with my eyes beforehand, since this phone!

For all those posting negative snotty comments.. get a life... why are you even here to comment if you have nothing good to say?

Have you got a new device? How are your eyes now
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