Green line Problem even in Nothing Phone (2A)

Nothing recently unveiled its budget-range Nothing Phone (2A) in multiple markets, including India. After launch, the device’s camera had some problems, which were fixed with the update. However, after several updates, another problem has arisen with the green lines. Hopefully, the brand will soon take steps to fix the “Green line Problem” so that such problems do not arise in the future. 

Nothing Phone (2A) Green Line Issue

The ‘Green line Problem’ is not unique to the Nothing Phone (2A). It has also been observed in devices from Samsung, Redmi, Realme, Motorola, and OnePlus, all of which use OLED displays. This widespread occurrence underscores the need for a Comprehensive Solution. 

The user has posted an image with a vertical green line on the right side of the display. As per the image, Nothing OS has received the 2.5.5 update, and since then, this issue of the green line appearing on it has been reported. Most cases of the green line issue on all types of devices have occurred after a software update. 

The brands have yet to openly address the cause of this ‘Green line Problem ‘. However, software updates, which can alter display parameters and voltage settings, may trigger may trigger electrical faults in the display, revealing dead pixels as green lines. 

The ‘Green line Problem’ can be triggered by various factors, including physical damage to the display, such as falling on it or applying excessive pressure, or internal issues like a damaged display connector or flex cable connecting to the motherboard. However, the exact cause of this problem in the Nothing Phone (2A) and other devices is yet to be determined. It is crucial that more information is gathered about this issue to facilitate the development of a comprehensive solution.

Phone 2a green line issue

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Jurin Charnvirakul

Jurin Charnvirakul has been a part-time editor at RM Update since 2020, and full-time since 2021. Now, focus your articles on buying guides, tutorials, offer recommendations and product analysis. Graduated in Journalism Communication.

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