Nexus One mystery: How did our screen crack?

We left our Google Nexus One charging on a desk during lunch Friday. When we returned the screen was rife with hairline cracks and a horrible purple bruise had spread across the gorgeous AMOLED touch screen.

Cracked Nexus One
The surface of our Google Nexus one is smooth and unblemished, and the cracks are only visible under the surface of the glass. Crave UK

They say never to leave a candle or a baby unattended. In our case, that's just extended to one of our favorite smartphones.

We left our Google Nexus One charging on a desk during lunch Friday. When we returned, the screen was rife with hairline cracks and a horrible purple bruise had spread across the gorgeous AMOLED touch screen.

There was no evidence that the phone had been moved, and the screen doesn't have any scratches or marks on the surface. The thin cracks all appear to be under the glass -- as if the phone had been bent, but not broken.

Read more of " Nexus One cracked screen: How did our Google phone break? " at Crave UK.

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