Most Durable Droid Phone

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  1. DroidSI

    DroidSI New Member

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    I drop my phone on weekly/ monthly basis and need a phone that's screen won't crack on me...what phone should I get? And I know what your thinking, just get a case...not my cup of tea.
     
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    a jitterbug.
     
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    Any motorola droid phone would do because they are made with guerrilla glass touch screens.

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    not an incredible! they break from any drop over 4 inches.. seriously its bad.
    ya, motorola tends to make the strongest phones
     
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    What do you drop it on? nails?

    I've dropped mine multiple times and never had a problem
     
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    Technically EVERY phone's screen could break if dropped.

    But yeah, Motorola uses the G glass which is more durable.

    PS- Crazy idea.....stay with me.....dont drop your phone ;)
     
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    Dropped mine a few times from over 5 ft. No problems.. yet my friend did the same with his iPhone n f ed up his phone pretty good. All luck I guess
     
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    ya i guess i just have bad luck but one of my incredibles broke from less than 2 feet with seidio innocase on. i cant figure it out, must have been bad luck.
    o well, haha. i still love the phone (my favorite droid still)
     
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    get a case lol
     
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    Well, expect cracks. Gorilla Glass is resistant but not unbreakable nor unscratchable. Every layer of protection helps.
     
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    Based purely on phone build, the moto droids are probably the best. They all have metal housings and are pretty sturdy feeling. First thing I noticed when I got my Inc was how light and cheap it felt being made out of plastic.
     
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