After all the criticism HTC’s revamped marketing team leveled at Samsung over their use of plastic for flagship smartphone bodies, sources say HTC may be looking to adopt the same material for the next generation of the HTC One to be released in 2014. This detail and several others come from unnamed sources claiming to have an inside scoop on HTC’s plans for the HTC One.
I am putting this question in the lounge category because it seems to be a universal issue. I have a couple of Android phones - one about $100 and one about $200 - and I have looked at many other phones as well that all look the same in one aspect.
The lens on the camera seems to be covered with a piece of plastic to protect it. Is this true?
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I know this is a strange question. I just got my S4 today and am setting it up. The phone lens on the back looks a bit scratchy on the edges. I can't tell if there is protective plastic covering it other than the full body piece that I pulled off. I tried swiping my nail along the edge and there was nothing and don't want to keep picking at it so I thought I would ask.
Does anybody else feel sick and tired of the use of plastic for Galaxy phones? I have the Galaxy Nexus and have been planning to upgrade to the S4, but I am becoming more and more tempted to ditch my idea and go for the HTC One or even the iPhone 5. Am I the only one feeling this way?
I went into Best Buy today because I was thinking of "renting" a black One and I had cash in hand. The screen on the display model was indeed very nice. However, I noticed some things that stopped me. I noticed there were gaps where the metal and plastic pieces meet and the plastic buttons didn't look so great to me...in fact it looked bad to me.
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Anyone know a case that's little more than a thin plastic shell? Any TPU car would be too thick. I got a Quicksand case, but it's a mm thick (digital calipers read 1.06 mm). That's still too thick. Something less than 0.5 mm and hours up to the glad would be great.
I don't need any protection, I just hate the glossy plastic. I've got a Slickwrap, but it doesn't cover the edges and looks crappy.