I recently just got my Spectre x360 14t with the 3K OLED screen. Unfortunately, there seem to be some problems with the default color profiles. When creating a new canvas on Photoshop, the background is yellow rather than white. I'm going to assume this is due to a wrong or missing white point on the profiles. This also occurs on programs such as Windows Photo Viewer (which I revived from the dead). The only solution I found as of now was to either use the default sRGB color profile or download a new Adobe RGB profile, which both incidentally make the default system whites way too warm for my liking. Some examples of what this looks like is below:
With Default HP-Supplied Color Profiles:
With Stock Downloaded Adobe RGB Profile:
Color calibration is a big deal to me as it is needed for my Photography work. I'm hoping we can get a patch to these color profiles in the form of a driver update or such, but as of now, it looks like I'll have to be using the default Adobe RGB profile for professional work, which is a shame considering the balanced colors of the HP-Supplied profiles through the HP Display Control. If anyone else has experienced these issues, please do let me know and hopefully we can get this fixed.
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