One of more vocal complaints leveled against Google’s Pixel 2 phones was the display’s default color calibration. Although some might prefer the over-saturated vibrance of less accurate color profiles, Google opted for a more calibrated default that was closer to sRGB as a means of providing color-accurate backward compatibility with apps that didn’t immediately declare their color space.
Of course, Google later provided an update with a more saturated option for those that wanted it.
Weekend poll: Do you use a calibrated color profile on your phone? was written by the awesome team at Android Police.