[Galaxy S6] Is it defect if the window moves after pushing the corner of front display?

Last Update Date : 2018-04-09

 

Galaxy S6 was designed is strengthened by buffer structure to prevent

display damage from external shocks. In other words, when the window

was attached, a “foam cushion” is applied to help act as a shock absorber. 

This helps to  protect the window if the device is dropped.

 

cushion 

 

Because of this foam cushioning structure, you may feel the window seem

to move up and down slightly but this is part of the design concept and is

normal.

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