i opened my new edge today after purchasing yesterday,and it had green screen issue too .. called moto and was told they had numerous calls about it..this sucks cause this seemed like a decent phone especially for $200 off
Mine was mainly on the sides left side was real bad. Well I returned it,so sorry Motorola nice hardware that suffers with that 1st year bugs
Right side for me. Still, just because it's faded doesn't mean it's over. I wanted to unlock the bootloader, but I can't go voiding the warrantee when I may end up needing it.
I'll probably return it and wait for the US release of the G 5G equivalent.
If all it needed was a break-in, that should've been done at the factory.
I assume it's difficult to have good yields due to the waterfall design. There could be a relatively high failure for this type of design.I returned mine back to Amazon and bought another - after 3 days, same issue.
Gave up, got a refund and bought a Pixel 5.
Such a shame, I really liked the Moto Edge design, size and battery life. Unfortunately it seems that Motorola can't make phones, had a screen related issue on my Moto X Force a few years back too, seems like Motorola have not improved at all.
I assume it's difficult to have good yields due to the waterfall design. There could be a relatively high failure for this type of design.
It's funny how my 2nd Edge is exhibiting the same green tint. I was so sure I could put this behind me.
Whatever the source is, Moto is clearly struggling to obtain good panels. Reviews say the screen is great but they fail so easily. It's beyond strange.The waterfall design isn't new though. Other OEMs have made similar style displays (Samsung, OPPO etc) and none then have such a high failure rate like this.
Green tint seems to come before purple streaks and double images, no? Look at reviews on best buy, green tint is the least of your worries.I changed the theme to white in all apps, it's weird because the only color that appears green is grey