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Default Has anyone seen this on their Xperia ZU or ZU GPE Screen?

@jerdog posted this video earlier. Anyone else notice this with either their Xperia ZU or their ZU GPE?

I checked mine and it seems to not be as bad as jerdog's . On mine it seems to only happen when I press one particular spot on the screen


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WHY did you have to show me this? I just checked by opening a black image in Chrome, and it does happen in one spot if i push hard. Looks like a part of the LED "feels the pressure".

Edit: Oh, also, the Z Ultra uses a "zero gap" display, which means that the LCD panel and the glass is one part, so by pushing the glass down, we also push the LCD panel down.
 
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WHY did you have to show me this? I just checked by opening a black image in Chrome, and it does happen in one spot if i push hard. Looks like a part of the LED "feels the pressure".

Edit: Oh, also, the Z Ultra uses a "zero gap" display, which means that the LCD panel and the glass is one part, so by pushing the glass down, we also push the LCD panel down.
Really Xperia Z Ultra uses "zero gap" display? Lg g2 has but never heard before for xzu.
 
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Really Xperia Z Ultra uses "zero gap" display? Lg g2 has but never heard before for xzu.
Yes, Sir. I read it somewhere on the Sony blog or whatever. You can easily see this yourself by holding your finger straight down on the screen while it's on. It'll look like you're touching the piuxels and not the glass (which looks to be really really thin)
 
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Yes, Sir. I read it somewhere on the Sony blog or whatever. You can easily see this yourself by holding your finger straight down on the screen while it's on. It'll look like you're touching the piuxels and not the glass (which looks to be really really thin)
Thats nice to hearSame thing I experienced just now.
 
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Thats nice to hearSame thing I experienced just now.
Yeah similar with mine. But it is more pronounced in the left and right of the screen about 2/3 from the bottom of the phone. Not a problem i guess.. But that just shows you how sensitive the display is and might need some extra care for not putting too much force on it.
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Yeah similar with mine. But it is more pronounced in the left and right of the screen about 2/3 from the bottom of the phone. Not a problem i guess.. But that just shows you how sensitive the display is and might need some extra care for not putting too much force on it.
Yup, it doesn't surprise me, being an LCD display, but it's only noticeable if i press much harder than i'd usually press, so it won't even be noticeable under normal (human) usage.
 
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