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[Q] A few questions about the gap due to the screen alignment

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Hello all

I just got my Xperia Z2 a couple days back and I wanted to ask a couple questions about the screen alignment of the device.

1) I know a lot of people have this issue so I wanted to know is this issue affects waterproofing. Unfortunately there are no Sony test centres here.

2) I guess the answer to the first question will answer this but, how do you clean dust that accumulates in the gaps?

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Wow, this looked so much larger on my device
 
 
24th June 2014, 07:24 PM |#2  
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1) The sealing area is much larger than any possible misalignment so it shouldn't make one bit of difference on waterproofing. The screen/back/etc not being properly bounded is what you should be worried about.

2) The ares with the so called gaps can be cleaned easier than the areas without gaps(well smaller gap). I haven't had issues with needing to clean either.

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24th June 2014, 08:13 PM |#3  
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Originally Posted by lovemyram4x4

1) The sealing area is much larger than any possible misalignment so it shouldn't make one bit of difference on waterproofing. The screen/back/etc not being properly bounded is what you should be worried about.

2) The ares with the so called gaps can be cleaned easier than the areas without gaps(well smaller gap). I haven't had issues with needing to clean either.

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Thanks for the reply.

I was also wondering how to dry off the phone quickly after submerging it in water. I heard that speaker quality and mic input gets reduced while the phone is wet.
Oh and how to clean dust that accumulates on port covers on their rubber seams. I see a microfiber cloth can't do much
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