Screen Durability?General


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  1. jeepnjin

    jeepnjin Member This Topic's Starter

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    Are any of you guys worried about the durability of the screen? I've google'd about how people with the N1 have hairline cracks in their underneath and how HTC customer support does nothing about it. I currently have a Motorola Krave ZN4, and it is a pretty durable phone. Even though it is a flip phone, I've dropped my phone numerous times along with all my older phones and the display has yet to have a problem. Is the technology or material used with the N1/Inc/Desire more prone to these things?? Others have stated HTC responded by not putting the phone in the pocket.

    I always put my phone in my pocket, will this be a no no now? I'm excited to get the phone and all the features but not sure about build quality. Please comment and reassure me :eek:
     

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  2. Adamx

    Adamx Well-Known Member

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    In addition to not just jamming your 600 dollar device in a tight pocket while hip thrusting into a brick wall, please do not lay the phone on the ground and attempt to use it as a stair stepper.

    Dude, this is a high tech device, you can't treat it like crap. I've never dropped my phone ever. I know that a lot of people do, but I've never understood it.
     
  3. wkd1

    wkd1 Well-Known Member

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    Its still a mobile device, and should be able with withstand some simple abuse. I'm excited to get my hands on it, and will put a case/screen protector on it for additional protection.
     

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