Screen burn in on Gear S3

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If using watch faces on always on display is it likely to cause burn in on screen
 

KSBV

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Probably unlikely. From the Tizen Developer's website::

"When an always-on state is in use, the system moves the Watch face around at regular intervals by just a few pixels in order to prevent a burn-in effect occurring on the OLED display. Be aware that design elements near the edge of a Watch Face can be pushed out of the display when this happens."
 

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THanks for prompt reply,I had seen this statement somewhere else before I have also seen a few people say that they had noticed some slight defects on screen with pixels when AOD had been on with some watch faces,if the second hand is moving on watch face on AOD would this also be sufficient to stop screen burn in.
 

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