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Discussion in 'Alternatives to iOS and iOS Devices' started by Chodite, Oct 10, 2014.
... it can break much, much better under this kind of testing
The epic S Pen disengage and reengage in the first drop
The way he quickly picks up the phone and starts swiping home screens
The fail attempt to "cover" up the Coca Cola logo.
Excited for my Note 4! (Frost White)
I really dislike trolling threads, and I'm not surprised by who the OP is
Agreed, this one is just too obvious...
Are...are we agreeing for the first time ever???
If he agrees that you are indeed agreeing that wouldn't that technically be the second time
But yeah this section has too many obvious flame threads lately... I guess inevitable since iPhone 6 release, but still annoying nether the less.
Doesn't help the OP,we know the OP's bias and intentions.
It is annoying indeed and I wish people would stop doing this.
Damn, what now?
Well I'm pretty sure the universe just imploded and we will all be dead in a couple of seconds
Whats your point? Im not going to by a device based on how easy the glass will crack, any glass will crack on impact. your argument is invalid.
So it be, but if possible some days after I got my N4 and you your 6+, so that we can make a bit fun of each other and testing our whatevergates before we die
I must say, I'm getting tempted by the normal 6. Sure the 5.5" display is bigger and higher fee and better battery life and sure it has OIS, but you know what? I want a phone that can fit in any pocket I put it in. I might have to try both phones again before making up my mind properly!
Why do phones do this to us?
One thing about Samsung is the plastic they use is underappreciated by metal fans. Plastic might feel cheap but it is as sturdy as glass and aluminum. Tech sites are brainwashed by premium build quality when they will usually take a step back on durability.
Nokia was known to use plastic on their flagships including the N95. I had the Xenon capable cousin, N82. I dropped it once on concrete and the device just sorta bounced. No dings or scruff marks. Pioneers like Motorola and Nokia make some of the most durable phones of all-time. PLASTIC was what they used.
That one should fit into any pocket