Uneven screen lighting issue

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Funbit

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I did some test again on my Korean model (LGM-V300S, Rev.1.0, Software: V300S10j) using the provided gray image, and was able to reproduce the issue on brigthness < 30% (most visible on 5%, barely noticable on 25%) in a completely dark room. However, I don't see any issues with other colors (red, blue, green, yellow, white, etc) even on 5%, so it's kinda a gray color problem. Also, IMHO, this is more like an artificial problem of an artificial test, I mean, I've been using the phone for a week now and didn't notice this issue in everyday use (I don't use brightness less than 30% though, usually it's 50-75%). So everyone should decide on what does he want, a screen/phone that passes all kind of "tests" (which is impossible anyway), or just great device to enjoy latest technologies ;)
 

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I did some test again on my Korean model (LGM-V300S, Rev.1.0, Software: V300S10j) using the provided gray image, and was able to reproduce the issue on brigthness < 30% (most visible on 5%, barely noticable on 25%) in a completely dark room. However, I don't see any issues with other colors (red, blue, green, yellow, white, etc) even on 5%, so it's kinda a gray color problem. Also, IMHO, this is more like an artificial problem of an artificial test, I mean, I've been using the phone for a week now and didn't notice this issue in everyday use (I don't use brightness less than 30% though, usually it's 50-75%). So everyone should decide on what does he want, a screen/phone that passes all kind of "tests" (which is impossible anyway), or just great device to enjoy latest technologies ;)
From which store did you buy it from? Are you in eu?
 
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    I did some test again on my Korean model (LGM-V300S, Rev.1.0, Software: V300S10j) using the provided gray image, and was able to reproduce the issue on brigthness < 30% (most visible on 5%, barely noticable on 25%) in a completely dark room. However, I don't see any issues with other colors (red, blue, green, yellow, white, etc) even on 5%, so it's kinda a gray color problem. Also, IMHO, this is more like an artificial problem of an artificial test, I mean, I've been using the phone for a week now and didn't notice this issue in everyday use (I don't use brightness less than 30% though, usually it's 50-75%). So everyone should decide on what does he want, a screen/phone that passes all kind of "tests" (which is impossible anyway), or just great device to enjoy latest technologies ;)
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    Several users have reported on Reddit pretty severe color/lighting/banding issues on their V30's screens.

    https://www.reddit.com/r/lgv30/comments/74rci1/my_verizon_v30_has_the_uneven_backlighting_issue/

    Several others have said theirs are fine. However this should make us extra cautious where we buy our devices from, so they can be returned if we get a bad egg!
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