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  1. CSJr1's Avatar
    I've noticed this and I do not find it as a concern or an issue.
    12-07-2012 08:49 AM
  2. Zolotoy's Avatar
    Mine is flattening too. It is still sticking out a bit, but the camera button is clearly better in that regard. I dont think that affects any phone functionality (hopefully) but tells me that a quality control should have been tighter. The button is not designed to sustain hundreds of pushes.
    12-07-2012 09:30 AM
  3. nico002's Avatar
    Its all in your head, the power button has always been more flush and for good reason.

    1. The camera button has two click levels, one for focus and one for shutter.

    2. The volume buttons are clickable on the ends, not the middle so they rock less and therefore feel less flush on the edges.
    doublebullout likes this.
    12-07-2012 09:41 AM
  4. Zolotoy's Avatar
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    Can you give more details on it?
    12-07-2012 09:43 AM
  5. rockstarzzz's Avatar
    You guys do realise that you have 1 year warranty with these phones. In a very rare case if you manage to make that button invisible, send it off to Nokia and get it re-done for free. It won't happen though. It is just a normal Lumia thing. I call it equilibrium of buttons.
    12-07-2012 10:05 AM
  6. chenhogi's Avatar
    Just noticed today that my power button no longer sticks out from the side of the phone like it did. I've had the phone for about ten days. Prior to today, the volume rocker, power button, and camera button each stuck out from the body of the phone the same distance. Today the power button is almost flush with the side of the phone. It still seems to work fine. Anyone else notice this?
    I'm glad that I stumbled across this thread. I received the HTC 8X for a trial period of two weeks, and although I love it - and WP8 - one thing that is bothering me is the power/wake button in 2 ways: first, it's position on the top of the phone, and, second, that it hardly sticks out from the phone, making it sometimes tricky to press . The position on the top of the handset didn't bother me on my iPhone 4, but because the HTC is a bigger handset, I find it less than ideal, and this has led me to consider the Lumia 920, despite it's more considerable weight.

    Now I understand that the Lumia 920 too suffers from construction issues relating to the power/wake button. Is this something that I should seriously be concerned with? I hate it when the physical buttons start to deteriorate, and this is one of the issues I have long had with the iPhone's home button.
    12-07-2012 01:31 PM
  7. C s G's Avatar
    I'm on my third 920. Saw this thread before but never bothered. Now with my third one, I came searching for this thread. I have this problem on it. This is just disappointing. Will be contacting Nokia directly now.
    12-07-2012 09:05 PM
  8. Zolotoy's Avatar
    Are we considering this as a problem? Will it eventually stop working? I am still within 14 days. Are there units that dont have that problem?
    12-08-2012 04:59 AM
  9. avegas11's Avatar
    It's right. I thought the same thing (that is was broken), but Nokia sent me this reply (I sent them pictures too):

    "Thank you for emailing Nokia Care.

    We understand that you would like to know if the power button of the Lumia 920 is supposed to be flush against the body of the device. Please be advised that the camera key and the volume keys are designed to be slightly raised compared to the power button. This is to clarify that what you are encountering with your phone is the normal design and there is no issue with the power button of your Lumia 920."
    doublebullout likes this.
    12-10-2012 06:51 PM
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