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Oversaturation issues w droid charge

Discussion in 'Samsung Droid Charge' started by nikkihj, Jun 5, 2011.

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    Some of my photos are super saturated when there is red in the scene; i.e. my husband looks like he is wearing lipstick. Does anyone know if there is a fix for this? Help, am considering getting the phone.

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    I've found the pix don't look that way when you load them on to a computer. The over-saturation is more a function of how they look on the Super OLED screen...not how the pictures were actually recorded.
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    Agreed...the charges screen technology is known for having VERY saturated images. as soon as you see them on some other screen (like LCD) you wont notice it at all.

    there may be a fix, but that is up to samsung to provide the update.
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    Thanks for the feedback! You are correct. My pictures look normal on an LCD screen. Phew. I'm leaning towards keeping this phone, instead of waiting for a bionic or targa.

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