aguo1882I made a thread and video about how it happens:
I think this issue is related to refresh rate. If I force 144Hz, it is worse, but as I reduce the refresh rate, this issue sort of goes away. If you put in adaptive screen refresh, I don't notice it anymore.
Its still bad, I don't expect so many issues with a premium flagship product. This is not acceptable, when is Asus fixing this?
Here is an explanation as to why black crush is happening and how Asus can fix it. It also explains how this is NOT a hardware defect even with an example.
I hope this will clearify a great deal and that you guys need to stop spreading weird nonsense like its caused by high refreshrate screens, hardware defect or that asus cheaped out on displays. Just chill a little bit and let asus fix it, and Asus you need to stop the hotfixes, it's seriously doing more damage than good.
Hope to see much less black crush topics as it's really getting old by now.
Black Crush explained ( Rog3 / OP 8 )
AveranI don't much about OLED and IPS but this looks pretty bad when you see it every morning. It looks like bad TN panel backlight bleeding.
But still 90% people are complaining about the lack of an OLED panel on the mi10t
I even saw comments that people would take a 60hz OLED over 144hz ips smh
And as for the OLED issues I'm pretty sure you'd see similar questions/remarks on other OEM forums
nightmaster552Changing the refresh rate seems to make it better. The ROG Phone 3 has so many issues no flagship should have.
I made a thread and video about how it happens:
It's not because of refreshrate, it's because of shifting gamma levels.
ASUS is working on it and apparently an update will be coming before october ends that would adress black crush, lets hope and have finders crossed.
aguo1882Chaging refreshrate changes gamma slightly. This is normal even on gaming monitors, the cause is still shifting gamma levels NOT refreshrate.
Changing the refresh rate seems to make it better. The ROG Phone 3 has so many issues no flagship should have.