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White pressure mark?

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Just got my replacement San Diego, this one like my old one has a white pressure mark at the bottom of the screen.

Is it a common problem?

Does anyone else have it?

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Does it show up only when the phone is hot?

If it does then a lot of other people have that

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True but my gorilla glass is scratched...

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It's not a pressure mark, it's heat from too many hot components grouped together. As long as it's not too bad(I did replace my first one) then don't worry about it.

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Yes, ity is a fairly common problem. My phone has it and others have mentioned it. As above, it's cause by hot components behind the screen. t's easy enough to live with, considering the performance of the device for the money paid.

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