Always hope for improvements. But...the same things (software related) that are meant to protect the screen are often the things folks complain about. They want LED/LCD like brightness...Oleds by their very nature can't compete in that regard...not without suffering wearing issues.Hi guys.
After one year, I had to replace my LG C7 panel. No because of burn in, but because of the "25% square" bug, and a strange vertical "dark" bar. I had Image retention for a few days once, but that's all. But, maybe a stupid question, I get that burn in is a thing linked to OLED, because of the tech itself. But, is it possible that futur product, better chipset / algorithms driving the panel, etc, can one day improve the situation on this ?
Oleds claim to fame is their perfect blacks levels, what sets them apart from back lit LCD's. LED's will hold on to the lead in terms of over all brightness levels, at least that's my guess.
For now olight and color levels are the two keys to preventing BI. Along with the choice of material watched of course.