I've found a temporary fix
With these settings I get neutral color on my screen
For @Anders_ASUS @LP_ASUS @CH_ASUS you could see there is an inverse relation between filter strength and brightness, keeping color sliders fixed(though I've changed). May be you could use this knowledge to fix the red tint issue.
For greater than ~40% the filter strength can be made 0 , there is no noticeable tinting.
@Anders_ASUS @LP_ASUS @ch810099@ch810099@CH_ASUS you could collect data from multiple users to find out what could be a near suitable calibration. As far as I understand hardware issue or not this can be solved through software. Solution may not be optimum but it could be close to optimum.
Phone cameras tend to exaggerate the warmth of colors in darkness so it looks worse in the picture than it actually is. With that said, it might be that @akhilj66 has more red tint than others. The only way to find out is to visit ASUS Service Center once the lock down has ended
I agree to that.
Why would a phone camera exaggerate one photo and not the other taken in similar environment ?
@Anders_ASUS why would this difference occur ?
Can you guys atleast confirm if this is a software or hardware issue. Because from what I understand it is more of a colour calibration issue then the panel issue.
Also I compared my phone to a close friend of mine, he to has same degree of tint.
If it can be fixed by update then we wait but if it's hardware then only we'd go to service center.
And as @deeppaul589 said, there are over the top software available but that's not optimal. So it means it can be corrected.
Please make it a priority in your next patch.
It might be possible that there can be little bit warmth added by the camera.
But there is no denying to the face that the issue is present and it bothers me a lot. Most of the time when I use my phone, its brightness is less then 40%. And I use my phone to watch a lot of movies as Amoled produce very good colors but that red tint messes up the colors.
Let us know what if anything you guys are doing to fix it.
@Anders_ASUS could you clarify about this issue ?
It's a deal breaker , when I purchased this phone, good gaming was just one of the criterions, I was looking at. I watch a lot of youtube on my phone and red tint spoils the experience.
You wouldn't believe if I said I shot this at 120 Hz ,0% brightness please refer my picture,I guess @akhilj66 has more tint than anyone
I'll post another pic tomorrow shot by better camera
I'll post another pic Tomorrow shot by better camera,so that Red tint is purely visible.but I'll clarify this my panel is not as bad as @akhilj66
First of all issue, the testing enviornment is not same, unless and until both phones are kept side by side it cannot be proved that you have more red tint or I have more red tint.
The issue at hand is that, there is red tint on rog 2 which everyone including you agrees to and which should not be there. We want to know what Asus is doing to fix this issue.
Some form of tint is inevitable on all high oleds (whether it be a P4XL,OP7P/T it something else)
The higher Hz you go the more prominent the tint becomes there's no way around it unless OEMs begin using some new tech
And yes tint is one of the downsides of an OLED along with a couple of other things
It's less noticeable on android 10 cos switched much of the UI elements to aosp black (it kinda hides the tint as it it's not noticeable as much as it was in grey bg)
So yes it's a hardware thing , software or an ota can't solve it
Just look it up on Google results will pop up from almost every major OEM using an OLED with high display Hz out there
And yeah it's not only noticeable at low brightness levels
I agree that tint might be present on other high refresh rate phones. But after going through google, I have checked several of my friends' OP 7pro/T phones(90 Hz) to see if there is a tint and there was no tint, I repeat myself no tint visible. And in most cases if tint is present it's non uniform if caused by hardware. If you see S8's red tint issue it was uniform like rog 2's and they fixed it with an update. The issue we rog 2 users have is most likely caused by wrong color calibration.
If @Anders_ASUS you are working on the fix, please sign me up for that beta update.
And even if it's a hardware issue, I would like Asus to confirm that and whether it can be fixed or not because I bought the phone from them and as you can see Asus is keeping mum on the issue.
The degree of red tint is different between panels. If yours is very red, then go to service center after the lock down has ended and let them determine if it's within warranty or not.
Dude oneplus 7pro/7t has green tint I've literally seen complaints about the tint on their telegram group and it's quite widespread
I'll attach some links and screenshot below
So yeah all high Hz devices have some form of display tint
The pixel 4 xl has tint too btw
The severity of it depends on your phone
If it's too much you can try your luck at the service centre but if you want to get rid of it 100% sorry that's not possible pal as it's an hardware thing on oleds.
I'll go to the service center and let them have a look.