Does anyone else find it annoying that the camera sticks out on the back? I'm much more concerned with scratching the camera (which I don't think is Gorilla Glass) than I am with the screen. So, if I have the case off (which I take off sometimes to use an aux cable), and set the phone down, it's sitting right on the camera. Or, I can have it sit right on the screen, which I generally opt to do.
We just heard about LG’s announcement of the “L-trio” recently, but now that MWC is here, it’s time to see more details of the three newest additions to the Optimus line: the Optimus L3, Optimus L5 and Optimus L7. Let’s start with the Optimus L3.
I get so excited when I get new tech, and moving from an iPod 5G to a Note 4, the camera is in a different place so I tend to touch it more. I know this sounds stupid but I tried to push it to break it (LOL). The glass is really strong and it's Gorilla Glass 3 I believe. How strong is that glass and how hard is it to get it scratched?
Also, do I need to get an otterbox case for my Note 4?
I want to create a Glass app that responds to a finger waved past the Glass camera much like the shape splitter mini game does. For those of you who are unfamiliar with shape splitter a screen cast to a phone of it is shown here, the swiping is created by moving your finger in front of glass' camera.
This is a review of Anker Tempered Glass premium screen protector for Galaxy S5. http://www.ianker.com/product/77SMGLXS5-1T1A
Let me start this review with a basic explanation of PET Film vs Tempered Glass screen protectors. Film is for scratch protection. Direct impact will shatter your display glass even with 4H hardness film screen protector.
I will be do a review on the ZeroLemon® Ultra Glass Armor - 9H Premium Tempered Glass Screen Protector for Samsung Galaxy Note 3 when it comes in the mail,just ordered it.