The Motorola Droid Turbo 2, which was launched in last October, shows a display problem for some users who reported a display failure and are now commonly referred to as the "mysterious green line ".
Complaints about the failure of the display continued until last November.
According to some users, the vertical green line on the display always exists whether the screen is turned on or off.
Others said the line came and went.
It is also said that the Green Line has widened over time.
If the problem is hardware, I don't know yet.
Based on or software-based.
On November, a Motorola Turbo 2 user named Venoran posted on the forum saying that when he contacted Verizon, the company told him that, "You must have fallen very hard. It's not a shock-proof!
"However, he claimed that the phone never dropped.
Allegedly, when he went to a store in Verizon, the company representative showed him Verizon's in-house Electronics
Mail with image of mobile phone, titled "Droid Turbo 2 is anti-broken, not shocked --proof.
Verizon then asked users to contact Motorola, which agreed to the warranty and replaced the defective phone.
Telecom and smartphone makers have yet to issue an official statement on the matter.
Motorola announced in October that the Motorola Droid Turbo 2 adopted 5. 4-inch QHD (1440x2560)
Display "Crush "-
It consists of aluminum rigid core, flexible Amoled screen and double
Touch screen panel (
In case it breaks down, redundancy)-
Even if it falls on a concrete board, it will not break into pieces.
The company also launched an international variant of Motorola Droid Turbo 2, Moto X Force, in October for Verizon Wireless.