Samsung addresses screen burn-in issue with One UI 6.1 update

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One UI 6.1 has restored a burn-in prevention feature that was absent from One UI 6.
The feature works by subtly shifting pixels to prevent permanent image retention.

Samsung’s best smartphones are known for their beautiful OLED displays, and the new One UI 6.1 update introduces a key feature that should help extend their lifespan.

OLED displays, renowned for their vibrant visuals, are not without vulnerabilities. One such issue is screen burn-in, a phenomenon in which static images left on the screen for extended periods can cause permanent discoloration.

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