For the color display problem and other bug fixes in Google Pixel 2 XL, the company has rolled out this month’s security update.
Over the past few days, the Google Pixel 2 XL smartphone is being discussed on the Internet, it is happening because people say that the display is not good in color, but there is also a problem of burning in it. Although Google is investigating this matter and is going to present its report soon. At the same time, Google has started rolling out monthly security updates for its Nexus and Pixel devices. This update includes some bonus features, which also includes the ability to change the color profile in the phone’s AMOLED display.
When this smartphone was launched at that time it included two option standard view and “vivid” color, in which you have the option of boosting 10% saturation. Which you are getting with Vibrant Color. At the same time, it has joined three options “natural,” “boosted,” and “saturated”.
Some users complained about the display of the Pixel 2 XL that there are dull and muted colors in Pixel 2 XL compared to other smartphones with AMOLED Display. Google has said that it is deliberate, there is a color profile on the phone outside the box which is set to sRGB for more natural color reproduction. Apart from the other things, this means that when you preview a photo or video on the phone’s display, you will have a great idea of what it really looks like.
According to a report given to the Pixel User Community, the company has started rolling out a software update for pixels for November and it will reach all devices by next week. This update has made all the changes that we have posted on October 26, such as new Saturated color modes for Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, unconscious clicking noise in some Pixel 2s, and Fixes for other bugs and security updates.
As we have mentioned in our deep dive, this update also brings planned UI changes that enhance the life of the OLED display, which includes the update of the fade of the navigation buttons and the maximum brightness at the bottom of the screen. These features are carefully designed so that users do not deny the experience.