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Old August 26th, 2010, 10:06 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Okay so I was sliding my finger around the screen on my phone and on one side the screen is even with the edge of the phone but on the other side the edge of the phone is higher than the screen. It's mostly lower in the top left corner, is this normal or is there something wrong with my screen. Its low enough for my fingernail to catch on it as I'm sliding over it.

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There's been a LOT said about the EVO's bezel, there are some known issues with the adhesive used to hold the glass in place over the screen, causing some unevenness or even lifting. My advice is monitor the situation.

HTC has not officially declared it a problem or officially said they've fixed it in manufacturing, so try to live with it until they will repair/replace for you under warranty. Or take matters into your own hands and look up the hair dryer trick!
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