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Htc Evo 4G Lte Display not SLCD2

9th May 2012, 04:45 AM |#11  
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Android Central confirmed that it's the same as the One X.

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What I'm kind of wondering is if the 4g LTE will have any of the same screen problems/defects that the one x has been dealing with. I went through 5 one x's before just giving up and going back to my note until the new evo came out. Any thoughts?
11th May 2012, 12:41 PM |#13  
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Well they're the same screen so I'd imagine you might be let down..What we're some of the issues one the one x screen I'd you don't mind me asking.

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What I'm kind of wondering is if the 4g LTE will have any of the same screen problems/defects that the one x has been dealing with. I went through 5 one x's before just giving up and going back to my note until the new evo came out. Any thoughts?

Yes please what issues were you having?


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Here is a copy of the thread that is going around for the OneX problems. http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1585082

As far as the issues I had, when I/you pressed on the screen it would at act like you were pushing on an lcd laptop screen, you know how you get the waves and ripples. I think it has to do with how the screen was attached on the oneX. The Evo seems to be put together a bit different I believe, at least from what I can see. I don't know I was really looking forward to the oneX and that kind of just ruined it, I'm hoping the Evo is the one for me.
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Here is a copy of the thread that is going around for the OneX problems. http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1585082

As far as the issues I had, when I/you pressed on the screen it would at act like you were pushing on an lcd laptop screen, you know how you get the waves and ripples. I think it has to do with how the screen was attached on the oneX. The Evo seems to be put together a bit different I believe, at least from what I can see. I don't know I was really looking forward to the oneX and that kind of just ruined it, I'm hoping the Evo is the one for me.

Interesting however I think some of these problems is due to the high res on a small screen these companies are doing this for the first time can't expect them to he perfect go check out the gn and their screen issues common denominator here between all the new phones and diff manufactures is the high res.

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Interesting however I think some of these problems is due to the high res on a small screen these companies are doing this for the first time can't expect them to he perfect go check out the gn and their screen issues common denominator here between all the new phones and diff manufactures is the high res.

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I was thinking the same thing, but wouldn't that mean that all of them would be that way? From what I was reading through there some people had ones that were working fine without the problems. Guess that's what was making me think default/quality control issue. I'll have to go check out the gn issues.
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I was thinking the same thing, but wouldn't that mean that all of them would be that way? From what I was reading through there some people had ones that were working fine without the problems. Guess that's what was making me think default/quality control issue. I'll have to go check out the gn issues.

Working fine without problems is hard to say tho some people don't see or can live with it so they don't speak up. I think there is at least two threads for screen in the gn forum one for vzw n the other for sprint dk about the international lol you would think for as long as Samsung has been doing amoled they would have it near perfect everytime ya know? The minority is almody always the loudest group

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It's the sane screen. End of story.

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12th May 2012, 04:21 PM |#20  
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It's the sane screen. End of story.

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Correct. SLCD2 with IPS.

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