I have a new LG L9 for about 2-3 days now (but it came to me without foil on the screen).
Today I've noticed that about 1-3 pixels near the middle of the screen are quite black. And they do not react to color changes like other pixels of the screens - whenever they should be black, red, white - they just stay the same color (they are easy to spot on white background and hard to detect on any other color).
When I change the viewing angle, they disappear gradually. So they react to angle a lot. When I have my phone in front of my eyes, I see them good. But when I look from the very low angle (screen is in the corner of my eyes, I look from far left/right side) - they are not visible on the screen.
Is that typical for dead pixels? Or they are not dead pixels at all?
Is it possible to fix them?
It's hard to make s photo of them, because my camera makes a bit too blured photos (so those pixels are not as visible as in real life) - those are the same, viewed from different angles:
I've downloaded and run the Dead Pixel Detect and Fix application, but it didn't fix them.
I use Android 4.