Question about LG Vu CU920 Cellular Phone
HI. It will all depend on the height of the drop point and how hard the unit hit the ground. As you already know, this is very fragile micro technology and dropping it on the floor or concrete, can and will destroy the micro board or LCD screen, as well. Most phones are made quite well in these times and are more durable than they were in the past. With that said; If your unit is able to function as before, prior to the drop, this will confirm that the unit has survived the impact and there may not be any residual damage to be concerned about at this time.
Now; If you are noticing some flaws in the screen or program, I would advise to take it in to the nearest service provider for a program scan and hardware swap, if needed. If the battery refuses to take a full charge, this will be a strong indication of hardware damage. Simply monitor the phones abilities and actions for a few days. That will be the best actions. if you notice any abnormal glitches, take it in for an immediate swap or repair before you loose any important information or pictures.
Posted on Aug 23, 2010
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