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new phone, cracked LCD.
My Galaxy s2 skyrocket only 40 days old, and the LCD screen developed cracks. I had my phone on my front pocket without anything that might puncture the screen. I went to use it, and the bottom of the screen was black. About an hour later, the entire screen was dark.
When I took it to att warranty, the worker saw two cracks on the LCD, which they said voids my warranty.
The LCD screen had a large 1.2 inch crack on the lower right corner, and then a small .25'' crack on upper left side.
How can the LCD screen, which is underneath the outer surface, crack without any trauma to the phone?
And even if I did cause these cracks, wouldn't the outer surface be cracked also?
And if I did cause it, doesn't that suggest these phones are too delicate to warrant their top dollar price?
What I suspect, is that I happened to get a phone from a batch that perhaps, had defective adhesives used in the manufacturig process. I know adhesives are used alot in electronics. So it's possible , and I think likely, that the adhesive on my phone over time conctracted (shrank) and thereby causing the screen to crack at the points of contraction.