RP2 white balance adjustment?

Discussion in 'Mobile' started by Pinkshot, Dec 7, 2019.

  1. Pinkshot

    Pinkshot Member

    The screen is rather warm regardless of natural, boosted or vivid setting. Is there a way to adjust the screen's white balance?
     
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  2. Lowki223

    Lowki223 New Member

    I appreciate the capabilities of this phone, regardless of whether you can hear this phone, it has a great color performance and there is no refresh rate. When it comes to comparing how it is presented in color saturation compared to its predecessor, you are cutting hair ... but for the sake of minimal gloss, you may not appreciate that how bright it is in a painting unless you are trying to write a blog. Spread when the lights are off and your partner is sleeping beside you.
    It is impossible to realistically press the impossible to see the screen all the time using the slider as these eggs burn through the retina and invent your soul. Want to watch Netflix on your phone in bed? Not on this phone will not. Want to read the last Facebook alert you received after turning off the lights? You can definitely do that ... if you like staring in the sun. Sincerely hope that Asus can do some work and save less energy to display in total darkness because the migraine caused by the light is not fun.
    Otherwise a very good phone.
     
  3. Pinkshot

    Pinkshot Member

    Sorry I'm not talking about how bright the screen is. I'm talking asking if the screen's white balance can be adjusted as it looks warm when comparing with other LCD screens.
     
  4. Mr_Mooncatt

    Mr_Mooncatt New Member

    It's not just a comparison to other screens. It's simply so off that it's plain wrong. My home screen wallpaper has some black in it that looks like it's got a layer of dirt over it due to how far off the color balance is. In trying to search for my own solutions, this seems to be a common complaint with no solution available.
     
  5. magictim

    magictim Member

    Hey, you may customize your setting via the app, "Nova setting", change all stuff such as shape, color, theme, etc.

    Almost all visual changes could set by that app. Have a try!
     
  6. Nintonito

    Nintonito New Member

    Throwing my hat in the ring on this as well. Have both RP1 and 2 and white temperature is the biggest issue with display calibration (an analysis from xda on the RP1 confirms this). A slider to adjust the temperature would more or less solve this
     
  7. Pinkshot

    Pinkshot Member

    Anyone from Razer can shed some light on this?
     
  8. Mr_Mooncatt

    Mr_Mooncatt New Member

    Nova can not change the color calibration of the screen.
     
  9. MrRaptor63

    MrRaptor63 Member

  10. Pinkshot

    Pinkshot Member

    Omg, the thread was almost a year old and no answers from Razer. Amazing! Now I believe Rp2 IS their last phone coz with this kind of customer service, you can forget about staying in the competition.
     
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  11. Nintonito

    Nintonito New Member

    It is possible it will be fixed with the next major update, as far as I can tell my RP1 white balance was refined a bit on the Pie update. Given the relative simplicity of the fix I think they can deliver, it’s just a matter of making this issue visible to them.
     
  12. Maradodot

    Maradodot New Member

     
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    Maradodot New Member

     
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    Maradodot New Member

  15. Mr_Mooncatt

    Mr_Mooncatt New Member

    I downloaded this app, which improves white balance a lot. The down side is it uses an overlay to trick your eyes. It's not changing the white balance of the screen itself, and the overlay makes everything a little bit hazy. I'm going to play with it more and see if the trade-off is worth it.

    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=co.uk.quickdoc.screenbalance

    I currently have the top slider all the way to the left on "twilight," with the strength, contrast, and brightness at 100%.
     
  16. Pinkshot

    Pinkshot Member

    I'm sure they're well aware of the issue.
     
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