|Nov 11, 2012, 07:20 PM||#1|
Will screen lift become a problem?
The Nexus 7 suffered(s) from screen lift on the left side (portrait orientation). I've heard numerous explanations, including that the bezel is thinner on that side. This supposedly makes it more difficult for the glue to adhere. Is there any truth to this?
Should we expect screen lift to be an issue for the Mini? The bezel is even thinner than the Nexus 7. I haven't heard any reports of this problem yet. However, the issue wasn't apparent to many Nexus users at first until the screen lift gradually became worse over time.
|Nov 11, 2012, 08:34 PM||#2|
Unless there's a manufacturing defect, then no.
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