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User Reported About The Green Line Issue On Nothing Phone(2a) Smartphone

London-based tech giant Nothing recently announced a new budget smartphone in the market named Nothing Phone(2a). When it was being reviewed initially by the reviewers they reported some of the issues including lag, camera issues, etc. The company did not take time to address these issues and rolled out several updates fixing a series of issues thus making user experience better than before. While these issues are usually seen initially after the launch of a phone, one that is not expected is the famous “green line issue”. This issue led OnePlus to announce a lifetime screen warranty for it, and Samsung also announced a few models while Motorola bluntly denied it to a user recently.

A user named Hrishabh Payal has shared an image on X that shows the display of a phone that the user says is Nothing Phone(2a). There is a thin green line issue on the display that is easily observable. The phone’s About Phone section confirms the smartphone model and also shows that it is up to date with the latest Nothing 2.5.5a update installed. In case this is an issue accompanied by the update more users should have reported about it after the rollout of an update though not many such issues have yet come out, if happened. We found the post by one of the Nothing Phone(2a) users on the Nothing Community forum. He wrote that he found a green line issue on the lock screen but it did not appear to him after the smartphone was unlocked. Another user who came across the same issue wrote that when he disabled the fingerprint scanner, he did not see such lines on the lock screen. The company has not come forth to say anything about it though we think these reports are far from the threshold to be addressed on a mass level for now.

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