1. Nurb76's Avatar
    I purchased the L900 and received it before it was formally released, and the unit was solid with no screen flex and tight buttons. Unfortunately, this phone had some issues and I swapped it out this morning and my new unit's screen moves a little in some places and the buttons wobble a tad. I walked back in the store when I noticed it and the employee showed me 3 more units and they all did the same thing.

    These are minor issues, but I miss my original phone :(

    Anyone else experiencing this?
    04-09-2012 04:13 PM
  2. unity04's Avatar
    What do you mean exactly when you say the screen moves in some places? The entire screen shifts?
    04-09-2012 05:07 PM
  3. Nurb76's Avatar
    If you apply pressure on certain areas of the screen particularly the corners you can feel it recesses a little bit.
    04-09-2012 05:14 PM
  4. nokia4life's Avatar
    Wow have not experienced this

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    04-09-2012 05:16 PM
  5. Nurb76's Avatar
    Like I said multiple units at the ATT store did the same thing, but my original phone did not.
    04-09-2012 05:16 PM
  6. Rodolfo#WP's Avatar
    The demo I tried this morning was very nice and very tight. I wouldn't have cared if they showed me 20 wobbling-screen phones; I'd take my money and go elsewhere, or at least wait for the next drop, if I have no options. Maybe a store that moves phones ahead of schedule has other questionnable practices.
    04-09-2012 05:19 PM
  7. tissotti's Avatar
    If you apply pressure on certain areas of the screen particularly the corners you can feel it recesses a little bit.
    Just so i get this right. You are talking about the whole screen moving when you put pressure on a corner?

    As i would imagine that the gorilla glass screen itself could in no way get recessed as you put pressure on some points.
    04-09-2012 05:21 PM
  8. Nurb76's Avatar
    This was at a corporate ATT store. This is not a dramatic issue, but if you set the phone down flat and apply pressure on the top in certain edges the screen ever so slightly recesses further into the case.
    04-09-2012 05:29 PM
  9. Rodolfo#WP's Avatar
    My suspect-store speculation is less likely. I still wouldn't buy if the screen is not truly firm. BTW, that display is beautiful: about the first I've seen that I like as much as my Focus display.

    "recesses further"? The screen is raised, not recessed. With which of your senses are are you gauging the "ever-so-slightly"? It is an unusual raised design, so I did do some pressing and feeling to get a good sense of that glass, but I noticed no give at all. I did not "lay it down and apply pressure": it's still just another plastic phone. But, I do expect phones to feel solid and able to withstand plenty of hand pressure, so that I hear, feel, and see no creeking or wobbling, and I am confident it's tough/solid enough to not require a case.

    I would expect though, that a screen that moves a little on the first day, will move more on the second and beyond, especially with the laying-down-and-applying-pressure technique. ;)
    04-09-2012 06:14 PM