yeah but isnt the back like a rubbery sort-of material?
I sat down in a chair the other day with the X in my lap. I dozed off and the phone rang. I jumped out of the chair and wound up kicking my X screen first into a wall very hard. I Just knew I had busted the screen or damaged the phone but there isn't a scratch or ding to show for it.
No, and I'm really suprised. Always have mine in my lap when driving. Usually get out and drop whatever phone I have. Haven't with this one yet. Knock on wood.
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I would still recommend a screen guard. Idk about you but it has saved my screen many times. I'm hoping to get a good case from otterbox but the Droid X might be obsolete by time they release there case.
Background: I bought the silicone case and glare resistant screen protector from Verizon on day 1. After several months with this setup, I decided I wanted to use my phone as is. I liked the uncased look with the nice shiny screen...
The other day on my way into my office I was carrying my Kindle with my Droid X sitting on top of it. I wasn't paying attention and the phone slid off and landed screen first onto the asphalt. I instantly regretted changing my case/screen protector setup and was about to cry. When I picked the phone up, I was dumbfounded... Not a scratch. No mark. Nothing. You couldn't even tell it had ever been dropped.
I now have the case and screen protector back on. My luck can't last!
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Two things can get damaged when you drop it on hard surface. One ofcourse is the screen shatters into spider web and the other is camera lens cracks from impact. Both have already been reported on numerous occasions.
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