Luke5119, 10 Jan 2016Really glad I decided against this phone. I was really close to getting it and backed out at ... morewhy, is only one phone gone wrong. just getting hyped as the SD810 overheating or iPhone6 bendgate...
Hackers? Anonymous group? "We are Legion! We do not forget! Expect us. Be prepared." I'm just joking of course. ;)
Really glad I decided against this phone. I was really close to getting it and backed out at the last second and got the BLU Pure XL instead.
This is well known Amoled issue and Verzion knew that already...
They were just bitch'n about it...
Samsung replaces phone screen ASAP, it happens also S5 and S6 phones.
Shame on verizon...
no way... my benq monitor from 2008 started doing this a few days ago! conspiracy...
of course it's a hardware issue
Evidently there are other ways besides shattering the screen to ruin a phone.
That line of pixels have died probably coz of faulty amoled gamut design or calibration that affects the life of oled pixels!
its hardware faulty like meizu m1 note... many user affect this faulty.. so disappoint..
Anonymous, 09 Jan 2016it happened with a galaxy A3 after 1 week of buying it. That is a long time to take to buy something. ;)
AnonD-222958, 09 Jan 2016light saber. mofo. haha love motoI do recall VZW was advertising the Star Wars Edition of the Turbo 2.
You won the internet today.
Maybe Apple are trying to push ad's onto the phone to buy their products instead.. They've only managed to hack one line so far, but it'll expand and suddenly pop out a full screen advert to buy apple phones as they don't have this problem.
it's hardware issue.
i had the same problem with the screen of my Blackberry Bold few years ago.
and the only solution is to replace the whole screen unit with the new one, there's no other way.
its a hardware issue definately. gradually the line will increase in size until the screens goes in completely