The Definitive, Scientific Answer to Bengate (via ConsumerReports)

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http://youtu.be/Y0-3fIs2jQs

All you worrying about your phones can finally relax now (unless you wear skinny jeans soooo tight that they would break 4 pencils bound together. In which case "ouch")
Unfortunately, bending the phone in the middle has never been the problem. The weak point is near the volume rocker. That's where it needs to be tested as that's where people have been claiming that it is bending.
 

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Unfortunately, bending the phone in the middle has never been the problem. The weak point is near the volume rocker. That's where it needs to be tested as that's where people have been claiming that it is bending.
A chain or anything for that matter breaks at its weakest link. It doesn't matter where the pressure is placed because the weakest point is still between the 2 contact points
 
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