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  1. IAmAbrupt's Avatar
    You're not alone, I have a brand new Note 8 I got very recently. It's not a screen "burn in" this is literally fresh screen. I just believe it's a annoying watermark Google is now doing with certain devices or if you have a particular Google app on your phone.
    06-08-2018 06:06 AM
  2. IAmAbrupt's Avatar
    I'd just do your best to ignore it to be honest it doesn't do anything to tour phone it's just annoying knowing it's there.
    06-08-2018 06:09 AM
  3. TNCattleDog's Avatar
    I have the same image on my V20 but NOT my OG Pixel XL. I thought it was image burn-in.

    06-09-2018 04:20 PM
  4. flyingkytez's Avatar
    I noticed a very faint, almost like a watermark, "G" on the far left side of the screen in the center. I tried to screen shot it but it won't? Any ideas what this is? Thanks
    Can you screen shot it and circle where you see it? Maybe we can identify the issue. The V20 has an IPS LCD panel, which is susceptible to temporary image retention.. my laptop gets it all the time. It goes away.. usually happens if you have max brightness for too long and display bright or white icons. I even see screen retention on the 2nd screen sometimes, but be glad it's not permanent like AMOLED screens... I recently used a Galaxy S8 and the white keyboard theme burned in.. what a waste.. that's why LCD is more ideal for phones.

    Download this app and let me know what you see. It's a screen test to show screen burn in and screen retention.

    06-10-2018 12:21 PM
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