This approach reflects Samsung's continued commitment to the quality and durability of its devices.
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Recent reports suggest that Samsung is making progress in implementing additional features for screen burn-in protection on the Galaxy S24 series. Although the first firmware update for these devices was initially anticipated.
A new leak provides more details about the screen burn-in protection features that Samsung is developing for the Galaxy S24, S24 Plus, and S24 Ultra models. According to revelations from the Insider Anthony on X/Twitter, these features could be incorporated in an upcoming software update.
Quality and durability of the devices
At one point, it was noted that the One UI 6.0 update lacked essential features for burn-in protection. However, Samsung later responded by implementing this feature on affected models, including the Galaxy S23 series. It seems that the company is determined to go further, introducing new functionalities to strengthen screen burn-in protection.
Samsung’s Galaxy S24 series stands out for its new OLED displays that incorporate a set of M13 materials. These displays, besides being brighter, feature a higher PWM refresh rate compared to the previous generation, offering energy efficiency. With the addition of more burn-in protection measures, the aim is to improve the overall lifespan of the screen panels.
As part of the upcoming software update, Samsung will implement more features regarding burn in prevention for the Galaxy S24 series pic.twitter.com/TCDukAw9J2
— Anthony (@TheGalox_) January 26, 2024
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