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    I used my iphone as a nightstand clock all the time. The type of screen that apple uses prevents much worry about burn in.

    Does any know if that is a risk with the 920 and the screen technology used here?
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    No, you'll be fine. At most you'll get image retention which is only temporary and will go away with use or a cycle of various colors.
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    Never had an issue with screen burn or screen longevity before. There was a setting on Sony Ericssons back in the day that allowed the lock screen clock to be viewable while charging all night. I think my HD2 would stay lit up as well iirc
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    Thanks for the replies. The only other this that's annoying is the home,backspace and search lights that refuse to shut off. I'd there a timeout setting for them?
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    Pretty much impossible on an LCD.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mbranscum View Post
    Thanks for the replies. The only other this that's annoying is the home,backspace and search lights that refuse to shut off. I'd there a timeout setting for them?
    The buttons should shut off when your screen sleeps or they should time out on their own. I hope they fix the issues with the buttons though. On my 920 the buttons seem to behave strangely compared to my HD7. The buttons have a mind of their own sometimes. They light up and turn off randomly now and then.
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    it is not an amoled, so it won't burn in

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