So, what does bleeding mean? Put simply, itâ€™s a term used to describeÂ when parts of a panelÂ are illuminated when theyâ€™re not supposed to be, which causesÂ an image to â€œghostâ€ to the edge of the screen (as can be seen in the image above).
Donâ€™t expect a firmware update to fix this issue, though
Bleeding isÂ actually a common defectÂ withÂ OLEDs, and technically speaking, is a result of theÂ use of low-temperature polycrystalline silicon. When Samsung finally switches toÂ indium gallium zinc oxide, it shouldnâ€™tÂ be a problem anymore.