More and more flagship machines will be powered by power-saving, lightweight OLED screens in 2020, but the bad thing is not without them. Not long ago, Apple’s iPhone 11 burst out of the green screen door, the phone turned green, the back of the OnePlus phone also appeared this problem, and now it’s Motorola’s Edge Plus. According tomedia reports, some Motorola Edge plus users found that the phone screen is not normal, some of the screen edge appeared purple half point, the use of a period of time will disappear, and then use a period of time to come out again.
In addition to the purple spots, the screen of the edge-plus phone will turn green, and the green is not normal, and the several pictures given by Androidauthority show that the screen in the lower half of the edge plus will turn completely green.
Motorola has previously pushed a wave of upgrade patches to fix some of the problems, but users complain that after a while, the green screen is back, and now Motorola officials are no longer the case.
Launched on April 23, the Motorola Edge Plus features a 6.7-inch OLED hole-in-the-hole waterfall screen with a nearly 90-degree curvature on both sides of the screen, a resolution of FHD plus, a refresh rate of 90Hz, hDR10 plus support, and a vertical arrangement of the back camera.
In the core configuration, the Motorola Edge Plus features Qualcomm SnapDragon865 flagship platform, a rear camera of 100 million pixels, and a 16-megapixel 117-megapixel ultra-wide-angle lens (can shoot macro scenes) with an 8-megapixel telephoto lens, 100 million main sandor and 8 million telepable support OIS optical stabilization, support for 3x optical zoom, and a front 25 million pixels, with a battery capacity of 50million.
In terms of batteries, the Motorola Edge Plus supports 18W fast charge, 15W wireless charger 5W reverse wireless charging, etc., while retaining the 3.5mm headphone hole.