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  1. #1
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    Question about the sensitivity of the screen..

    Hey,

    I bought a few days ago a new Blackberry 9700, and I have a specific question about the screen of the device.
    Maybe I'm paranoid and just think something's wrong, but I would appreciate if you can give me an opinion.

    I noticed that as soon as I press the volume button or even just the plastic around the device that close to the screen - somthing like waves/flickering appear on the pressure side.

    I don`t know if the screen supposed to be that sensitive.
    My previous device (N95) these signs appear only if I clicked on the screen itself.

    I just want to know if it's normal, or maybe my device is damaged, You can try it yourself.

    Sorry about the long story, I hope you can help me
    Thanks!




  2. #2
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    I have seen reports of this on a lot of 9700 devices. Not sure if it's a manufacturers defect or not, but it seems like your within your first 30 days. Go back to att ot t-mob and get another is what I would do.

  3. #3
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    Really..?! I was sure that I'm just paranoid.

    I'm sure there are people who have the same phenomenon and they don`t even notice it.
    I`m sure If I wasn't very pedant as I am it wasn't bothering me or I would not even notice it.

    After what you wrote I really think there might be a defect, Once you click on the sides of the plastic around the screen, did you see the signs I mentioned?

    Thank You!



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    I did with one of the 9700 units I had. I got a replacement.

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