Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Samsung Galaxy Nexus' started by SSHGuru, Nov 5, 2011.
Also I saw it's confirmed 32 gig.
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Brand names really mean nothing anymore it has fortified glass.Most company's will make a great product to build a great name then sell to the highest bider then the new company cut quality to save money and now you have a crappy expensive product.Not saying Gorilla glass has done this but this is why i dont trust brand names.Just wish Samsung would tell us what type of fortified glass this is.
I'm not bashing it - I just want to know how scratch resistant it is before buying. Why is Samsung being so quiet about it.
screen protector will make any screen scratch resistant
Screen protectors stink - I like to feel the glass.
I dont trust gorilla glass, i have a thunderbolt that suposedly has gorilla glass. The thunderbolt screen scraches like crazy.
From what I hear the Thunderbolt doesn't do much right.
HTC does not use true gorilla glass. Motorola does, however, and I believe Samsung does as well. I've tossed my OG Droid out of the car window going 75 and it hit the rumble strip. The top frame around the glass was impacted pretty hard, and you saw the shiny metal gouges. The glass was completely intact, even at the impact edge. I wish the whole thing was made of it, it is crazy tough.
The answer is 42.
Oh, wait, you mean to tell me you need to know the question now?
Well, I can't answer that.
I posted this in the a thread in the RAZR section but I will post it here
It looks like Samsung and Cornings have teamed up and created http://samsungcorning.com/
So the glass on the Galaxy Nexus could be better then Gorilla glass.
You've never used a Seidio screen protector because you can't tell the difference.