burn-in


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burn-in

[′bərn ‚in]
(electronics)
Operation of electronic components before they are applied in order to stabilize their characteristics and reveal defects.
(engineering)
(graphic arts)
A method for giving specified areas of the image extra exposure while protecting the rest of the image.

burn-in

(hardware)

burn-in

(hardware, testing)
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The issue of burn-ins can definitely be resolved, but firmware updates to TVs are not enough - it is at the manufacturing level where critical changes must be made.
Though the approach is very unrealistic since it would be impossible for any average user to show a static image on their OLED handset for that long period of time, the test successfully established which phone will have no problem with screen burn-ins in the long run.
Establishing a tracking database for HBO's "security burn-ins" isn't terribly expensive, but it is time-consuming.
However, the new Pixel devices have seen a number of issue plaguing them, ranging from screen burn-ins speaker problems and more.