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Screen Pressure Point

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  • MrBelter MrBelter
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    I was referring to jellel's image it has a black dot on it. Check the post from August.
    Which is all well and good but no one, not even Jelllel was talking about the black dot visible on his image, clearly that is some muck or something on top of the screen given the miniscule size of the pixels on the Nokia 8 screen.
  • MrBelter MrBelter
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    mrbelter said:
     All of the best hope you have the guts one day to write a post and say I was right, but I doubt it.  
    Just like you'll have the guts to admit you was wrong no doubt.
    And would add you yourself don't even have a clue what is going on with your screen yet have opinions on what I commented. You don't know what that is on the chipboard behind the screen. If you know what it is why don't you fix it yourself? If you know what it is as clearly you are a genius on the field then fix it. Why go on someone else's video on youtube. You are the champ here fix it and show us with your own video B)
    Your insults are hilarious given you are banging on about one thing and we are all talking about something else.
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  • todesurteil todesurteil
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    mrbelter said:
    mrbelter said:
     All of the best hope you have the guts one day to write a post and say I was right, but I doubt it.  
    Just like you'll have the guts to admit you was wrong no doubt.
    And would add you yourself don't even have a clue what is going on with your screen yet have opinions on what I commented. You don't know what that is on the chipboard behind the screen. If you know what it is why don't you fix it yourself? If you know what it is as clearly you are a genius on the field then fix it. Why go on someone else's video on youtube. You are the champ here fix it and show us with your own video B)
    Your insults are hilarious given you are banging on about one thing and we are all talking about something else.
    Not as hilarious as your so-called knowledge you are spewing here on this subject. Still you haven't come up with factual or any kind of proof of what the white marks are either, other than someone else's video from youtube or pictures thereof that's not even about the subject of this discussion and/or prove anything. Why don't you tell us then what's going on, on that chipboard and what is the cause of the white spots? Then I go back to what I said, who says it's not a burn in on the screen or some form of damage? If you are so knowledgeable prove me wrong other than stating my comments are hilarious. Put your money where your big mouth is. 
  • todesurteil todesurteil
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    mrbelter said:
    Which is all well and good but no one, not even Jelllel was talking about the black dot visible on his image, clearly that is some muck or something on top of the screen given the miniscule size of the pixels on the Nokia 8 screen.

    I doubt it, but that's why I said it LOOKS like a dead pixel. You just dismissed it. Without asking what was I referring to either like you know and have tested it yourself. Again what knowledge do you have and/or proof that it isn't a dead pixel by merely looking at the picture. Why is there not any other dirt marks on the screen if it's "muck" according to you? To me the black dot seems to be on the display part of the screen itself and not on the top glass part of the screen. Hence my observation at the time.
  • petrus petrus
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    Hi everyone, was anyone with this problem in the service center?
  • ignas ignas
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    todesurteil said:
    I doubt it, but that's why I said it LOOKS like a dead pixel. You just dismissed it. Without asking what was I referring to either like you know and have tested it yourself. Again what knowledge do you have and/or proof that it isn't a dead pixel by merely looking at the picture. Why is there not any other dirt marks on the screen if it's "muck" according to you? To me the black dot seems to be on the display part of the screen itself and not on the top glass part of the screen. Hence my observation at the time.   
    If it wasn't some speck of dirt or just a plain dot being displayed, I'm sure he'd be complaining about that rather than "white dot (brighter dot, especially visible when the screen is white) on the bottom middle of my display, a bit above the fingerprint scanner."

    As for my last comment: 
    "The backlight doesn't compensate for anything, it can't decide for one area to be brighter than the other." - just how typical LCD's work. 
    "And it doesn't make much sense for other pixels to produce a ridiculously smooth gradient around a dead pixel either - they have no problem displaying black elements as thin as 1px without the surrounding area changing tint." - theory, but I've never seen anything like that surrounding dead pixels. 
    "This looks like a plain uniformity issue which is not at all uncommon in LCDs." - I've posted a couple links about it above. 

  • todesurteil todesurteil
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    petrus said:
    Hi everyone, was anyone with this problem in the service center?
    Good question @petrus have asked it too
  • todesurteil todesurteil
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    I don't agree @ignas. But anyway if the device is taken to a repair center they are more than likely to replace the screen like I have said.
  • ignas ignas
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    I don't agree @ignas. But anyway if the device is taken to a repair center they are more than likely to replace the screen like I have said.
    lol with the entire comment? 

    And it depends, warranty often doesn't even cover dead pixels up to a certain % of the display, slight differences in backlight sounds even less likely to get much attention. 
  • MrBelter MrBelter
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    mrbelter said:
    mrbelter said:
     All of the best hope you have the guts one day to write a post and say I was right, but I doubt it.  
    Just like you'll have the guts to admit you was wrong no doubt.
    And would add you yourself don't even have a clue what is going on with your screen yet have opinions on what I commented. You don't know what that is on the chipboard behind the screen. If you know what it is why don't you fix it yourself? If you know what it is as clearly you are a genius on the field then fix it. Why go on someone else's video on youtube. You are the champ here fix it and show us with your own video B)
    Your insults are hilarious given you are banging on about one thing and we are all talking about something else.
    Not as hilarious as your so-called knowledge you are spewing here on this subject. Still you haven't come up with factual or any kind of proof of what the white marks are either, other than someone else's video from youtube or pictures thereof that's not even about the subject of this discussion and/or prove anything. Why don't you tell us then what's going on, on that chipboard and what is the cause of the white spots? Then I go back to what I said, who says it's not a burn in on the screen or some form of damage? If you are so knowledgeable prove me wrong other than stating my comments are hilarious. Put your money where your big mouth is. 
    The video was a teardown of the phone and nothing to do with the brighter area on the screen but rather to see what is under the brighter area of the screen. I was hoping someone with a more helpful attitude than the one you have would be  able to help the multiple users with the same issue.
  • MrBelter MrBelter
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    Just be clear the original post was not in anyway shape or form talking about dead pixels.


  • MrBelter MrBelter
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    petrus said:
    Hi everyone, was anyone with this problem in the service center?
    I don't think anyone has bothered because It isn't really a problem, it is a slight annoyance when you have a white screen which is very rarely. When the screen is in normal use there is no noticeable change in colour, brightness or contrast in the area of the screen.
  • ignas ignas
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    mrbelter said:
    If it was a hotspot as you said supra, you would first see discolouration of the screen, showing there's a heat issue. Normally a screen would display a reddish colour where the heat (hotspot) is. I've seen this on laptop screens as well. After a replacement it's gone. If it was a hotspot even with a replacement screen it will be back again. My clients haven't complained after a screen replacement again, some using their laptops for years after a replacement screen. Just stating what I've seen and experienced. I still say it's a dead pixel.
    The term "hotspot" is being used because no one knows what it is, If it was a dead pixel there would be a single black dot and not an area of increased brightness.
    That's exactly in my experience what happens when a pixel dies, you will see the other surrounding pixels appear brighter. Well that's what I've seen with Laptop screens that I've replaced. Always thought it was the screen and backlight over compensating for the one pixel that doesn't work optimally anymore or a burn-in from leaving the screen on too long or something. To me it was just a sign the screen is busy dying and need to be replaced and advised my clients as such. But it seems you know better. All of the best hope you have the guts one day to write a post and say I was right, but I doubt it.  
    So you're saying multiple phones have single pixels dying in around the same area? 

    With how displays work, it doesn't make much sense. The backlight doesn't compensate for anything, it can't decide for one area to be brighter than the other. And it doesn't make much sense for other pixels to produce a ridiculously smooth gradient around a dead pixel either - they have no problem displaying elements as thin as 1px without the surrounding area changing tint. This appears like a plain uniformity issue, which is not at all uncommon in LCDs. 
  • MrBelter MrBelter
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    ignas said:
    This appears like a plain uniformity issue, which is not at all uncommon in LCDs. 
    The trouble is the uniformity issue is in exactly the same spot for everyone that encounters it and it appears to get more noticeable with time regardless of your screen brightness :(
  • ignas ignas
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    mrbelter said:
    ignas said:
    This appears like a plain uniformity issue, which is not at all uncommon in LCDs. 
    The trouble is the uniformity issue is in exactly the same spot for everyone that encounters it and it appears to get more noticeable with time regardless of your screen brightness :(
    Oh wow it just approved my comment from a few weeks ago. I already posted this in the first page.

    But yeah it probably has something to do with how the phone is designed.
  • MrBelter MrBelter
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    ignas said:
    mrbelter said:
    ignas said:
    This appears like a plain uniformity issue, which is not at all uncommon in LCDs. 
    The trouble is the uniformity issue is in exactly the same spot for everyone that encounters it and it appears to get more noticeable with time regardless of your screen brightness :(
    Oh wow it just approved my comment from a few weeks ago. I already posted this in the first page.

    But yeah it probably has something to do with how the phone is designed.
    Sorry mate this thread got a bit lost what with the original issue being sidetracked, i didn't realise you had posted some thing similar :)
  • aleemkhn86 aleemkhn86
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    jellel said:

    Sorry for the late reaction , had a busy week! Here is a picture of the pressure point. Hope someone can give advice! 

    image

    Is there any solution ??

  • MrBelter MrBelter
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    Screen replacement i guess.
  • user1508938037450 user1508938037450
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    After reading the posts in this thread I looked on my Display. And, yes, I have the "white Point", too. But, with this "problem" I can life. He isn't so extrem, that I cann't use the Smartphone/ the Display. It works, only, the Point is not so dark as the rest of the Display. Why? No Informations. 
  • petrus petrus
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    I think that when the display is replaced, this white point will appear over time.
  • Hello everyone, the same issue I have and thought I might have dropped the phone or even sat on it but as long my mind has been clear I use it properly. These phones are not created to keep them locked  without exposure to all weather conditions or even carry them in special cases.  I noticed this a few days ago when I rebooted my phone. I contacted Nokia support for this issue and they said to do graphic test. I have not got anything from that. 
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    Is there any solution ??

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  • MrBelter MrBelter
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    I've just looked at my wife's Nokia 8 which is only a few months old and the brighter spot is also starting to show on her display  :(
  • jdan jdan
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    My Nokia 8 has got it too ...
  • potemkin potemkin
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    Mine too. Exact same spot.
  • Jivko Antonov Jivko Antonov
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    I also have the same brighter spot just above the fingerprint reader. The exact same location as everyone. My phone is 6 months old.
  • Jivko Antonov Jivko Antonov
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    After my post above, I started to pres harder the spot and just a bit around it. Please don't do this very hard! After few minutes the bright spot is barely visible. Only I can see it. Ask few friends around me, do you see that here is a brighter spot? The answer was, you have a problems with your eyes :)
    If you want try this method. Just don't break your displays :) 
  • MrBelter MrBelter
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    I really pressed on given i couldn't give a monkeys if i break mine and it made zero difference.
  • Jivko Antonov Jivko Antonov
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    How many of you with the white dot on the screen, have a screen protector?

    My white dot comes up few weeks after applying the screen protector.
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