Charge icon permanently flickers over the screen

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Meio

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Hey,
so I have a Prestigio Muze B7 phone and my experience with this phone was horrible so far.
When the phone is off and charging, it shows a battery icon with percentages over the whole screen (something similar to this, but vertical https://www.techadvisor.co.uk/cmsdata/features/3660203/how_to_fix_a_phone_that_doesnt_charge_main2_thumb800.jpg). Today, when I finished charging the phone, unplugged it and turned it on, the icon didn't disappear as it should and is permanently on my screen over everything else flickering multiple times a second to the point where out epileptic friends wouldn't stand seconds looking at that thing.
I tried restarting, and completely resetting the phone, putting it again on charger again, cleaning the battery and inside the phone. Now I'm waiting for the phone to discharge and try to charge again, but I doubt it will help.
Have you ever seen something like this?

The phone is really bad (badly reads fingers, extremely slow even with no apps on the phone and minimal settings), I don't know about Prestigio products but after a year of using it I can't recommend to anyone.
 

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