Thanks! I will add this video to the investigation
@Anders_ASUS @CH_ASUS @LP_ASUS please take a look. Huge color shift , if this doesn't convince the devs, nothing will .
They just replied that it's normal behaviour and that it has always been like this.
It is more or less noticeable depending on your background image, device brightness and surrounding/ambient lighting.
So case closed. This temporary increase in brightness helps the fingerprint reader in being faster/more accurate. I believe you agree it's worth a temporary brightness increase to get less failed fingerprint scans. Right?
I've nothing against temporary increase in brightness, but only light the area where finger print is located. Products for end user has to be polished well.
I assume it to be fine , it's hardly noticeable untill and unless someone is too bored during lockdown to pick such things . Thankyou for an apt reply , we appreciate it.
Agree no big deal. For me the sensor works fine.
I too have the same issue and thought that this was normal. The fingerprint is the one where many are facing problem yet it is not solved for by asus!!
The ROG 2 sensor is an optical sensor and for this reason it lighta up the entire screen to grab your finger details.
It was and will function the same way. This is expected behaviour.
Yes I am too facing this issue.