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LOL. That's nothing. This is what an S3 looks like in a dark room. And every single one of them has it.

that is miura, only existed in the earlier version of tmo/att s2 and even then it wasnt as significant as that(only visible in gray shades)
 
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Originally Posted by sub50hz View Post

Actually, there's a few places that could have gone wrong; whether it be the material choice, prep process or application process, I'm not sure anyone here could say beyond a shadow of a doubt which of those things are the cause for the coating chips.
This, however, should have been caught and either redesigned or used the lens cover from the 4S. It is possible, however, that it's just an issue of the lens design -- many wide-aperture photographic lenses have purple fringing or blooming when aimed at specular highlights until they are stopped down.

Sure. I can agree with that but the point was that its something that can't be weeded out
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at the factory before shipment.
as its an issue with all parts shipped to the assembly line. What I was saying was that thous defective parts with the chipping issue should never have made it to the assembly line in the first place.
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post #53 of 115
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Originally Posted by banded1 View Post

out of curiosity, whats the iphone look like in a dark room?

Same as when its not in dark room. Just like someone pointed it out, that SAMOLED BLACK SPOTS is bigger issue compared to this GREEN GLOW, but galaxy s3 fanboys will just say that it is NORMAL AND ACCEPTABLE, unlike thisgreen glow which is a big issue and a big failure.
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Originally Posted by AznDud333 View Post

that is miura, only existed in the earlier version of tmo/att s2 and even then it wasnt as significant as that(only visible in gray shades)

Every single one of galaxy s3 have this, including my two phones.
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Every single one of galaxy s3 have this, including my two phones.

i just googled for galaxy s3 blobs, havnt found a single thread...did i mention that 60% of people in my university has a gs3 and i havnt heard one talk about this? the one on your picture looks really weird too...

edit: are you sure thats not ink?
there is no way those blobs would show on a bright screen(display color looks yellow)
even on my older variant gs2 i only got this on dark grey backgrounds
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i just googled for galaxy s3 blobs, havnt found a single thread...did i mention that 60% of people in my university has a gs3 and i havnt heard one talk about this? the one on your picture looks really weird too...

Well, its not particularly a galaxy s3 issue, it's a super amoled issue. if you have a super amoled phone you have this black spots.

The picture above looks weird because you can't capture the blacks spots if you take the picture normally
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Well, its not particularly a galaxy s3 issue, it's a super amoled issue. if you have a super amoled phone you have this black spots.
The picture above looks weird because you can't capture the blacks spots if you take the picture normally

But we see the green glow without any special camera trickery.

How is this related?
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When you act like you're the almighty and fail to deliver you get what you get.
Stuff them smile.gif
Every new feature means a new model..
Pftttt glad I moved away from Apple.
 
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But we see the green glow without any special camera trickery.
How is this related?

You don't to use a special camera trickery to SEE those black spots

you need to use speciall camera trickery to TAKE PICTURES of those black spots
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Originally Posted by ghostrider85 View Post

You don't to use a special camera trickery to SEE those black spots
you need to use speciall camera trickery to TAKE PICTURES of those black spots

Again. How is something that's virtually invisible to the naked eye related to something we can see in plain sight?
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