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OnePlus 7 screen burn in

  1. Rahsut_ Eclair Jul 17, 2019

    Rahsut_, Jul 17, 2019 :
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    My OnePlus 7 screen has a burn in mark on the fingerprint, where the light shines. It can only be seen if viewed under direct sunlight. Has anyone else encountered with this problem? My screen brightness is always on auto. It has been a month for me using the phone.

    Edit : I've attached some pictures for you guys to see that this is not the fp sensor as the cutout for fp is very small, its a screen burn in mark
     
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  2. Matt 80 Lollipop Jul 17, 2019

    Matt 80, Jul 17, 2019 :
    What you're seeing is not burn in, burn in is visible in any light. What you're seeing is the actual fp sensor through the display.
     
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  3. Photoman9988 KitKat Jul 17, 2019

    Photoman9988, Jul 17, 2019 :
    ... pretty sure you're looking at the fingerprint sensor. Do you even know what burn in is?
     

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  4. Dr4g0n36 Donut Jul 17, 2019

    Dr4g0n36, Jul 17, 2019 :
    I had the same issue 2 week ago, on the entire left border of the screen (better visible with dark grey app like steam app and night mode on). Had to return it to Amazon, who sent me a new device. Try to load dark app and turn on night mode (eye saver). If you see burn-in areas, rotating device, return it ASAP.
     

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  5. Matt 80 Lollipop Jul 17, 2019

    Matt 80, Jul 17, 2019 :
    You haven't had the same issue as the op, what they're describing is different to what you describe. The op has no issue here, the fingerprint sensor is visible in direct bright light.
     

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  6. Rahsut_ Eclair Jul 20, 2019

    Rahsut_, Jul 20, 2019 :
    yes i know what a screen burn in is, do you even know what is the size of cut out in the screen for fp? Its very small compared to my burn in mark. I will attach a picture for you to see in the OP
     

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  7. Photoman9988 KitKat Jul 20, 2019

    Photoman9988, Jul 20, 2019 :
    Obviously you don't, because that is most definitely the finger print sensor.
     

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  8. Rahsut_ Eclair Jul 20, 2019

    Rahsut_, Jul 20, 2019 :
    okay let's say i don't, then riddle me this why doesn't this show up on any other OnePlus 7 or pro? I've checked it under the same conditions.
     

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  9. Arjun Choudhry Gingerbread Jul 20, 2019

    Arjun Choudhry, Jul 20, 2019 :
    That is definitely the fingeprint sensor that you are seeing. It is visible under very bright conditions due to the translucent nature of AMOLED displays.
     

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  10. Do2g Donut Jul 24, 2019

    Do2g, Jul 24, 2019 :
    bro that is your finger print sensor, and yes it really is that big.
     

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  11. Rahsut_ Eclair Jul 27, 2019

    Rahsut_, Jul 27, 2019 :
    can anyone else confirm that they can too see this "fingerprint sensor" under their OP 7/pro
     

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  12. Axy sty Eclair Jul 27, 2019

    Axy sty, Jul 27, 2019 :
    I am sure it is sensor hole of your device, even i tried the same by putting flash light to my screen it looks kinda same ..
     

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  13. Rahsut_ Eclair Jul 27, 2019

    Rahsut_, Jul 27, 2019 :
    Okay but according to this Teardown video og OP7 pro by Jerryrigeverything 3:33) the sensor is quite small.
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  14. Liehjan KitKat Jul 27, 2019

    Liehjan, Jul 27, 2019 :
    Everyone can see it in the right lightning conditions, that's a hole in the screen and every phone has it
     

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  15. arkreddy Cupcake Jul 27, 2019

    arkreddy, Jul 27, 2019 :
    burn in is something that is visible when screen is on, not off.
    It's the hole for the fingerprint scanner which is a little bit larger than the scanner.
     

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  16. Do2g Donut Jul 27, 2019

    Do2g, Jul 27, 2019 :
    blyat don't be debil. everybody can see it. plus burn in you can see in dark room in sunny room in your babushkas basement doesn't matter.

    the thing you see is only visible in perfect lighting conditions.
     

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