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I noticed it earlier today, not sure when it might've happened - but I wonder has it happend to any other members here? And do you think warranty will cover it (If I now would bother for this small reason)

If you can't see it on the picture, the back logo is falling off, the L is missing.

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Their decals I'd I remember correctly, there's no easy that will be covered under warranty

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Pretty sure normal wear and tear would not be covered.

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If the logo actually performed a function on the phone, then it would be covered. But as said, wear and tear usage applies there.
 
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Alright, thanks guys. I was thinking the same
 
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I think you should buy a case for your phone or you could even buy a back cover and remove the old one buy tools or maybe your nails
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