Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by sgx100, Sep 22, 2010.
Caution : Spoiler Ahead
This is the prettiest sight I've seen in a long time. When I'm down or when my Galaxy gives me headaches, I dream of the moment I can throw it in the wall and it ends up like this. You sir, made my day. XDDDD
where did you get the custom screen?
What the heck happened !!???!!!
Someone rolled over it with a car ?????
That new Hulk Smash App is really something, isn't it?
You had me for a second, but than again i remembered that i know the pic
Everyone here seems to be loving the picture
But I wish none of us in a momentarily fit of rage/madness/inebriation try to emulate the shown result with his/her own Galaxy
I doubt though the person who put the picture is hanging on to his Galaxy
This exact thing happened to me. My phone was in my pocket, and it got crushed when I hit a pole in buss, coz the crazy driver brakes like maniac!!!
Funny thing though, screen works perfectly, touch and everything.
So, do you guys know much is this gonna cost me?
The price of a HTC....
I wonder why they didnt used some unbreakable (hard to break at least) material, now i have to be extra careful when i wonder around drunk!
Tell us how much did or will cost u please, and what operations was needed for replacement.
companies got to make money, phones are not permanent products, they have little value, unless you're using a vertu..
Vertu - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
I know what a Vertu is, i'm Romanian, u wont find a nation more into expensive cars and phones, i had classmates with Vertu , and i`m in a state college
Wow. Fist I have heard of those phones ! Pity they are Nokia's.
the thing is (at least as i know from my knowledge of watches) that you can either have hard to break or hard to scratch material, combining the two is difficult task.
the plastic like material is actually more difficult to break (but easier to scratch) because it's not stiff, it vibrates spreading and dispensing the energy. on the other side, the mineral crystal (or even sapphire, is there a producer using it in phones?) is hard to scratch material (well, relatively, the best is sapphire..but quite expensive) but it breaks, shatters more easier than plastic.
if you ask me...the solution would be: cheap replacements (so if it breaks, scratches, you just replace it...but than again phones get OLD in two years)