It’s no surprise that Google and Asus’s Nexus 7 tablet has received good publicity and sales since it was announced at Google’s I/O conference. Aside from sporting a quad-core CPU and a Tegra-3 chipset, the tablet is priced at a cheap $199 (£159) which is definitely worth the money when you consider the fact that the Nexus 7 is a high-end device.
However, with everything good, comes bad qualities and one of these reported flaws indicates that the Nexus 7 screen has a slight defect. Some users are reporting that their Nexus 7 devices have loose screens, stating the screen separates from the bezel, or the device creaks when pressure is applied to the screen.
Luckily, it can be fixed. There are screws on the back of the device that can be tightened to ensure the screen doesn’t move or come loose again – so if you’re one of the users affected, please read this thread on XDA.