OLED burn-in — what causes it and how you can fix it

They’ve only been available for a decade so far, but OLED TVs have come a long way in that time. The first models were technically advanced in terms of their picture quality, but lacked the software and hardware necessary to get the most from the new panel design.

Unfortunately that led to some early OLED TVs getting something called burn-in and that fear has persisted in the minds of new buyers ever since. At some point along the way, burn-in became such a worry for new buyers that it steered people away from OLED and toward competitors’ QLED TVs instead.

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