Since the Xperia XZ1 was launched in September 2017 we now have seen quite a few studies from folks struggling with unusual display-related issues, the place strains and dots could emerge if the display is touched/rubbed steadily. The strains do disappear after some time, however it may be distracting nonetheless to something you might be viewing on your display.
We first observed the identical impact on our resident Xperia XZ1 final yr, and can pull up the identical impact at will, by simply frivolously rubbing the display. The issues have appeared on Sony Mobile’s official forums and XDA too, extra not too long ago, we’re seeing related studies plaguing the Xperia XZ2 range too.
However, in accordance with Sony Mobile, this isn’t a practical defect, with Sony explaining that it’s “because of electrostatic in some fashions”. Sony goes on to say that these stripe patterns will “fade away because the electrostatic disappears”.
We hear what Sony is saying, however it’s a bit powerful to abdomen these sort of issues on what are Sony’s premium smartphones. No one ought to have to just accept a sub-standard viewing expertise on these telephones, notably as there hasn’t been a problem on older telephones. Sony’s response is mainly telling their clients to simply cope with it.
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Sony assertion on display issues on Xperia XZ1 and XZ2 range
“Sony Mobile is committed to providing the highest standard of product quality and customer service for all of our products. Due to the characteristic of the display, you may see stripe patterns as a result of electrostatic in some models. This is not a functional defect and usually the stripe patterns fade away as the electrostatic disappears.”
Examples of Sony display issues on Xperia XZ1 range…
… the problem exists with the Xperia XZ2 range too