Xiaomi Poco F1 is one of the greatest smartphone on earth who took the smartphone industry by storm. It is the first smartphone on earth to have Snapdragon 845 Process for only Rs.21,000. I have made some posts on reasons to buy poco f1 and reasons not to buy poco f1. But it has got a major issue. In this article, Let us discuss this issue.
Poco F1 Display Bleeding Issue
Many Poco F1 are reporting about this issue in the past couple of days. The issue is light bleeding which is occuring on the lcd panel.
How to test Screen Bleeding Issue on Poco F1?
In order to test, you need to open grey or black background as we are looking for the traces of white light. You can use any plain grey or black background. Or you can use an app called Display Tester.
The navigation bar has a whitish background. Go to settings and turn off the navigation bar.
Start testing the display with the grey or black background.
You can see the images that the white gradient like thing happening near the navigation bar.
And also, you can notice some bleeding at the left or right side of the screen.
Another way to test the bleeding issue is to long press the power menu and you can notice the screen bleed.
There is no official confirmation from Xiaomi about this screen bleeding issue.
If this thing issue is very concerning to you then you can ask for the replacement. And this issue is not limited to one or two units. Almost all the Poco F1 smartphones have this issue.
Also See: How to install TWRP on Poco F1
What is the reason by Screen Bleeding on Poco F1?
AMOLED Displays does not require backlighting unlike LCD’s as each pixel of AMOLED panel generate light itself. So the screen bleeding occurs when the backlighting is not 100% blocked by the LCD. In turn, you get excess light around the sides and edges of the LCD Panel.
In case of Poco F1, the light bleeding is present at the navigation bar. And to the some excent, you can notice it below the top notch.
Also See: How to install MIUI 10 on Poco f1
Screen Bleeding Proof of Poco F1
This was the article on the Screen Bleeding Issue of Poco F1. What do you think about this issue? Do share your thoughts in the comments below. Also, share this post with friends and family on social media sites.