10-18-2020 12:55 PM
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  1. Hermes Hidayat's Avatar
    just dont get that case to be safe.no point debating about it.
    10-13-2020 03:11 AM
  2. Ranjen617's Avatar
    just dont get that case to be safe.no point debating about it.
    Agreed...
    10-13-2020 03:16 AM
  3. trucksmoveamerica#AC's Avatar
    just dont get that case to be safe.no point debating about it.
    Agreed. It's burn in or it's not burn in, either way it's a negative result from using that case. I was just giving a heads up as I wouldn't want to get this case or continue using it if there's a remote chance it could damage my $1400 phone. Even if it goes away, will the damage eventually get bad enough to stay, I sure wouldn't want to find out if it becomes permanent over time.
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    10-13-2020 05:34 AM
  4. Hermes Hidayat's Avatar
    Agreed. It's burn in or it's not burn in, either way it's a negative result from using that case. I was just giving a heads up as I wouldn't want to get this case or continue using it if there's a remote chance it could damage my $1400 phone. Even if it goes away, will the damage eventually get bad enough to stay, I sure wouldn't want to find out if it becomes permanent over time.
    Its a useful post. To help users be aware. But if they persist then go ahead. Just don't get those who are trying to debate on whether A damages A1 or B damages A1 and so on.
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    10-13-2020 05:47 AM
  5. Ranjen617's Avatar
    Its a useful post. To help users be aware. But if they persist then go ahead. Just don't get those who are trying to debate on whether A damages A1 or B damages A1 and so on.
    I've seen issues with the cases that cover the camera lenses as well. Scratches the camera lens. Another buyer beware....:-(
    10-13-2020 11:28 PM
  6. Hermes Hidayat's Avatar
    I've seen issues with the cases that cover the camera lenses as well. Scratches the camera lens. Another buyer beware....:-(
    the Nillkin camshield?i had that case for my Redmi device but too cheap for my N20U loool.
    10-14-2020 12:54 AM
  7. Ranjen617's Avatar
    the Nillkin camshield?i had that case for my Redmi device but too cheap for my N20U loool.
    Yes that one and another company that mimics theirs. Saw a few reviews plus I want to say YouTube. The shield is right up against the camera lens and each time you open it, it rubs. Enough for me to say no...:-(
    10-14-2020 04:59 AM
  8. Hermes Hidayat's Avatar
    Yes that one and another company that mimics theirs. Saw a few reviews plus I want to say YouTube. The shield is right up against the camera lens and each time you open it, it rubs. Enough for me to say no...:-(
    Its actually a good case. Because it tells people the camera is covered. But too bad it scratches the lens... So i doubt adding the tempered Camera protector would help.
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    10-14-2020 09:35 AM
  9. donm527's Avatar
    Its actually a good case. Because it tells people the camera is covered. But too bad it scratches the lens... So i doubt adding the tempered Camera protector would help.
    I'm surprised it would cause scratches. The camera lense/cover is glass, the case cover is plastic. Plastic shouldn't scratch glass even if it's rubbing against the glass if there is enough room?

    I really hated covering up my Mystic White and Silver cameras, but since covering the camera module, I've not thought about the camera glass being scratched or possibly damaged every time I set my phone down on a surface like any of my past phones. And loving the sort of "high-tech/machined" look too with the silver bezels popping through the Kevlar skin.
    Attached Thumbnails Case causing screen burn in-da1dcf84-33dc-4245-8495-f4b59e2d6db2.jpg  
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    10-14-2020 10:02 AM
  10. Hermes Hidayat's Avatar
    I'm surprised it would cause scratches. The camera lense/cover is glass, the case cover is plastic. Plastic shouldn't scratch glass even if it's rubbing against the glass if there is enough room?

    I really hated covering up my Mystic White and Silver cameras, but since covering the camera module, I've not thought about the camera glass being scratched or possibly damaged every time I set my phone down on a surface like any of my past phones. And loving the sort of "high-tech/machined" look too with the silver bezels popping through the Kevlar skin.
    Thats not the Nillkin Camshield though. But as for the Camshield. It wouldnt scratch in like a few days. Maybe a few weeks of usage. And if the person takes a lot of pictures and keeps on sliding the cover, it will eventually scratch. Glass is glass, it will scratch...

    And i did use my N20U naked for a few days and what bothers me is that the phone keeps rocking on a flat surface... I had a N10+ with scratched lens bezel because of not using a case....
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    10-14-2020 11:04 AM
  11. Ranjen617's Avatar
    Its actually a good case. Because it tells people the camera is covered. But too bad it scratches the lens... So i doubt adding the tempered Camera protector would help.
    Yes, the rubbing against the lens on a constant basis was the issue with the reviewer. Also the lack of ease with opening and closing with both the cases. Maybe just a design flaw in general. To me, if they tweaked it and allowed a little more room and a better track for the slider to glide on, even a metal glide, this would be a great case. Just a design flaw at it sits. Sad but true case, no pun intended either. I truly loved the idea myself...
    10-14-2020 10:09 PM
  12. Mike Dee's Avatar
    Its a useful post. To help users be aware. But if they persist then go ahead. Just don't get those who are trying to debate on whether A damages A1 or B damages A1 and so on.
    I think the thread got sidetracked because other things got thrown into the mix besides the case.
    10-14-2020 10:21 PM
  13. Morty2264's Avatar
    The issue is that the S-View Flip Cover case allows a constant display on a side window -- so if that part of the display is always on, it can cause burn-in of that side display. It's not that the case itself is causing the burn-in -- it's how the S-View display stays on.
    Wow! I'd never even thought of that as being a potential cause for screen burn-in. A good warning, for sure.
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    10-14-2020 11:10 PM
  14. Hermes Hidayat's Avatar
    Wow! I'd never even thought of that as being a potential cause for screen burn-in. A good warning, for sure.
    well...i remembered the S-View case for my S7 Edge scratching the screen... thats why i kinda keep away from flip covers...cause users will never know what gonna get in between the cover and screen.

    but as for this case,im sure SAMSUNG forgot to move the AOD,thus causing burn in ...
    10-15-2020 12:00 AM
  15. Mike Dee's Avatar
    well...i remembered the S-View case for my S7 Edge scratching the screen... thats why i kinda keep away from flip covers...cause users will never know what gonna get in between the cover and screen.

    but as for this case,im sure SAMSUNG forgot to move the AOD,thus causing burn in ...
    It's not burn in unless it's permanent.
    10-15-2020 12:08 AM
  16. Ranjen617's Avatar
    Nobody is talking about this. Thought I would post it for those using this case so they are aware of it in case they missed it.

    https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.and...n-1165369/amp/
    I wonder if this will happen with the other case that is similar to buy for these phones as well. I would think if this is happening in one case with the led display that the other case would do the same. Just my thoughts...
    10-15-2020 01:25 AM
  17. DARK Vader777's Avatar
    I never liked that case but appreciate the warning.
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    10-16-2020 12:08 AM
  18. AndroidFanboy8's Avatar
    Been using the s-view case since original launch of the N20 ultra and haven't noticed this issue.
    The issue is that the S-View Flip Cover case allows a constant display on a side window -- so if that part of the display is always on, it can cause burn-in of that side display. It's not that the case itself is causing the burn-in -- it's how the S-View display stays on.
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    10-17-2020 01:59 AM
  19. B. Diddy's Avatar
    Been using the s-view case since original launch of the N20 ultra and haven't noticed this issue.
    Do you ever notice that window area to be a little darker than the rest of the screen? I'm still curious about the potential for differential sun exposure to cause that.
    10-17-2020 08:07 PM
  20. AndroidFanboy8's Avatar
    It seems fine.xhecked it out in n all lightings.
    Do you ever notice that window area to be a little darker than the rest of the screen? I'm still curious about the potential for differential sun exposure to cause that.
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    10-18-2020 12:55 PM
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