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Default what problem is this on my screen? pic attached

hello all,

i have an LG G2 and I noticed there are weird horizontal lines showing on my screen as shown in the picture (lines showing across the picture with pants)
does anyone know what this problem is?
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Can't recognize any lines, but if you think that there is a problem you should make use of your warranty and get that thing fixed. Can you see the lines in all circumstances, like e.g. playing games, white background, black background etc. ?
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Cant see anything... Maybe its a problem of liquid spill lr something... Better to get it fixed with service centers
 
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Does it show up all the time in all the apps?
 
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Its because of the amoled display, 99% of amoled displays have either these kinds of lines, or little black stains, and can be seen with black backround, the lowest brightness, and under a certain angle dont worry

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Its because of the amoled display, 99% of amoled displays have either these kinds of lines, or little black stains, and can be seen with black backround, the lowest brightness, and under a certain angle dont worry

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G2 has a LCD. (http://www.gsmarena.com/lg_g2-5543.php)


@op Get it checked at the service center. I would also have a look at another G2 just to make sure.
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[QUOTE=sandm4n;49271240]G2 has a LCD. (http://www.gsmarena.com/lg_g2-5543.php)


oh really?
how did i miss that. im so sorry, i thought it had the same display as S4
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Default Display question...

From the tiny picture, it appears to be an issue with the poster of that pic, and not your device, unless those lines are moving with sceeen scrolling and can be seen in other images.
Aside from this, it might just be 'that' image, and not a true problem.

Take a pic with your phone's camera and view that image, if you see lines on your image, then you probably have a defective screen, as the capacitive touch screen overlay does not cause these issues on their own, they have no direct connection to the screens, they are overlaid onto the screen, and not a physical part of it.

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