nishantmankar.nm24Go into developer settings, disable HW overlay and you got your blacks even at 100% brightness back if thats truly the only thing bothering you.
If you are correct then I would like to send my device to Asus store(developers) to change the display, it looks like Lcd panel.
(I know its amoled but please check the video, brightness increase from right to left and it looks like LCD display, very bad) I have Realme x2 pro with 90hz but display brightness not shifting like this.....
OgghyI'm already looking into it. It isn't exacly easy as the service from pixelworks is signed, any alterations will cause in the system to freeze, I'm assuming here that Asus simply cannot do anything as pixelworks has made sure there is no way to alter their service or calibration, even trying disabling it is difficult as the chain has to be backtraced and you need to disable it at the start of the running process.
Well as many people say that the dev team is working on the display. I think they're just working on the wierd layout on every apps like youtube and other streaming apps. They didn't eventually working on the display itself as i saw some of my friends devices that is already rooted (still avoiding any root stuff on my device for warranty) that the kernel is actually unchanged whatsoever. I saw some iris thingy inside and i think if they can access on pixelwork stuff maybe this black crush issues will be easily solve by just one updates.