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Default Screen problem on Moto G LTE

When the brightness is on maximum, the white looks like yellow and the black looks like red. Also the sensitivity of the screen is not good at all, I must press a little bit harder than the normal. This happens with anyone else? Or this is normal?

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When the brightness is on maximum, the white looks like yellow and the black looks like red. Also the sensitivity of the screen is not good at all, I must press a little bit harder than the normal. This happens with anyone else? Or this is normal?

Thanks in advance.
Sounds dreadful!

Although, I have the 3g version (16gb US), the default white color was pretty much crisp white at full brightness, and black was the standard black color of a LCD screen, with no type of hue. Touch sensitivity seems pretty normal to me on my Moto G. Of course everyone has different eyes too, and taste in display color, but it does sound like you probably have a display that's a lemon.
 
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When the brightness is on maximum, the white looks like yellow and the black looks like red. Also the sensitivity of the screen is not good at all, I must press a little bit harder than the normal. This happens with anyone else? Or this is normal?

Thanks in advance.
It cannot be normal... try to get it replaced..
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