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Home button moves on the S8

Samsung Galaxy S8 Home Button

Home button moves on the S8

The Samsung Galaxy S8 is already on the market, and users generally have decent ideas about it. However, there are few problems with the phone, especially with its OLED screen. Firstly, many users reported that the screen of the phone turned red, but Samsung described the issue as the nature of the OLED panels. Now, there is yet another problem with the screen. Apparently, the home button changes it place.

 




 

Recently, it was claimed that the main screen on the S8 was not fixed. Normally, the home buttons on our phones does not change its place, so it is a bit strange to see such a problem on Samsung’s newest phone.  This interesting situation has been proven by the Galaxy Club. The famous blog surrounds the owner’s main screen key with a small band around it. After a short while he looked at the main display key as it moved a bit to the left. But why is the main screen key of the phone moving?

 




 

You need to know about OLED screens to understand why. In OLED screens, when a certain image persists at a point on the screen, this image appears on the screen. This means that the betting image will continue to stay on the screen even if it is not there anymore. Samsung tries to prevent this kind of trouble on the screen by moving the main display key a little bit. This is not the case for applications. Because the occasional off-screen is preventing this from happening, but the Samsung Galaxy S8 is quite likely to leave a mark on the screen even when you are not using it.

Jack Goodman

Founder & CEO of BrightTitan

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