Air bubbles in module camera


The_SorrowW

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Jan 20, 2022
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Hi everyone !

I have moisture that got into the photo module of my mix 4, I have attached a picture to show you.

For those who own the phone, do you think a solid plastic film is added to the photo module like on the screen or the moisture is really present in the photo module ?

Thanks for answers ans help.
 

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Schwarzzu

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Oct 6, 2016
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That is a camera glass protector on it, but LEDs have a cutout so the light doesn't diffuse around, camera glass surface is supposed to be completely flat. You can remove/replace the top layer or try to force out the air bubble with a fingernail if you wish to keep using it, wouldn't want to scratch or crack this cam. I just got this phone myself (waiting for unlock) and applied the very same protector just in case.
 

The_SorrowW

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Jan 20, 2022
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So it's not just a temporary protection is it? The air bubbles have gotten bigger.

You should know that I have not changed anything on the phone, I have not removed any protective film that is the protection of the screen or the camera, I left everything, that's why I was wondering.
 

Schwarzzu

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Oct 6, 2016
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It's a protector for the camera just like screens have. Can remove it if it's interfering with the camera.
 

The_SorrowW

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Jan 20, 2022
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It's already starting to interfere with the camera...

Do you think the glass plate underneath is scratch resistant?
 

ToneLa

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Sep 5, 2020
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It's already starting to interfere with the camera...

Do you think the glass plate underneath is scratch resistant?
yes, remove this layer - that layer of glass protecting the lens is scratchproof. All glass on this phone is scratchproof