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Submitted by mpctips 509d ago | news

Why the Galaxy S4 won't be shedding its plastic roots

CNet: There's one complaint that often crops up with the Galaxy S III: it feels 'plastic-y.' At a time when competitors are using glass, aluminum, and even higher quality plastics such as polycarbonate, Samsung has stuck to its guns with a thin, bendable plastic body. Which is why the Galaxy S4 won't stray too far from that design philosophy. (Galaxy S IV, Phones, Samsung)

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newsguy  +   509d ago
metal looks cool but i think plastic holds up better
worldwidegaming  +   508d ago
Plastic all the way! I drop my galaxy 2 all the time and not one crack. sadly my friends who own glass...well
chazjamie  +   508d ago
please no.
worldwidegaming  +   508d ago
well you can always go for another brand. Plenty are out there. Just pass.

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