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17th February 2014, 02:58 PM   |  #1  
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Hi

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Recently i had bought new Moto G from India. Phone is awesome. But display seems to be faulty. It's screen is slightly pinkish tinted. I had compared it to Nokia 520 and 720. Pics are attached herewith. My question is that, It is really faulty display or it is common to all Moto Gs. Please give me suggestion on this as there is still 30 day replacement scheme available. Should i have to replace it or not ?

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18th February 2014, 04:26 AM   |  #2  
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Any help on this problem would be greatly appreciated!
18th February 2014, 06:29 AM   |  #3  
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this is a 1st world problem but its from India.


seriously, tints on the phone vary..most of the time towards blue. so having a slight pink would be perferred to many.

Is there anything really wrong with it? Then replace it.
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this is a 1st world problem but its from India.


seriously, tints on the phone vary..most of the time towards blue. so having a slight pink would be perferred to many.

Is there anything really wrong with it? Then replace it.

Thanks for the reply.

I think most of the Moto Gs are made from 2nd world(china). so problem may be common to all.

i had asked this question because if this problem is common to all Moto Gs then there is no reason to replace it. and only other Moto G owners know the display quality.
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further suggestions would be appreciated
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further suggestions would be appreciated

My screen does not have any tint. I guess you can replace it, if you still have replacement scheme and you can convince them that it is not as advertised.
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My screen does not have any tint. I guess you can replace it, if you still have replacement scheme and you can convince them that it is not as advertised.

Thanks,

Can you provide me the pics of your Moto G's screen ?
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Read somehwere that manufacturers release these tinted glasses for a reason.... It gives the lcd more durability. Mine also has a velvetish tint on the screen. It could also be the addition of metal oxides to give it a better durability. Can anyone second me on this?
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Read somehwere that manufacturers release these tinted glasses for a reason.... It gives the lcd more durability. Mine also has a velvetish tint on the screen. It could also be the addition of metal oxides to give it a better durability. Can anyone second me on this?

That i dont know,but may be possible

But i forgot to add one thing that even color of the LCD material of Moto G is somewhat reddish(not black or grey). When LCD is in off condition(no back-light), reflection of light from Moto G's screen seems to be reddish. Means color of the LCD material of Moto G is reddish, not blackish nor grayish

Does anybody has observed this type of thing ?

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