Increasingly, we are seeing that smartphone manufacturers implement OLED screens in their terminals. The trend is becoming stronger with the passage of time, as they represent more vivid colors and blacks more defined than LCD panels. In addition, they are compatible with integrated fingerprint sensors.
However, they are not saved from flickering. And what are they? Well, the answer is simple: when the working frequency of the screen is reduced, either by the level of the brightness of the screen, light fluctuations appear that cause discomfort to the user. To solve this problem in one of its most powerful insignia ships, Huawei, through a new update, has added DC Dimming function to Mate 20 Pro, a terminal that came with … an OLED panel, of course.
DC Dimming is what we also know as CC screen dimming. Through this feature, the Chinese company seeks to reduce the headaches and dizziness caused by the flashes of the OLED panel of the Huawei Mate 20 Pro. However, you should not think that only the screen of this device causes them; The same goes for all OLED (and AMOLED, of course) technology from other terminals.
The update that is coming to the Mate 20 Pro with this function offers the EMUI firmware version 18.104.22.168 and is currently available only for China. When it starts to be implemented globally, you can enable it on your Mate 20 Pro by going to Configuration> screen> Eye comfort> Enable flicker reduction.
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Remember to have the device with a good battery level and connected to a stable Wi-Fi network and high speeds before starting the process of downloading and installing the renewed software, in order to avoid any failure during this and the consumption of the package of unwanted data.