Try our new beta!Click here
280°
Submitted by mpctips 1069d 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)

Credit url: maximumpc.com
newsguy  +   1070d ago
metal looks cool but i think plastic holds up better
worldwidegaming  +   1068d 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  +   1068d ago
please no.
worldwidegaming  +   1068d ago
well you can always go for another brand. Plenty are out there. Just pass.

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
Remember
New stories
20°

An end to scaling: Intel’s next-generation chips will sacrifice speed to reduce power

8m ago - Faster, cheaper, smaller. For decades, those three words drove innovation in Silicon Valley and a... | Gadgets
30°

Chinese scientists move step closer to creating Artificial Sun

14m ago - Chinese scientists were able to heat plasma to three times the temperature of the core of our sun... | Culture
Ad

Guess N4G Game of the Year Winners, win a $300 Amazon Gift Card

Now - Also enter for a chance to win a gift card for writing a user blog, writing a user review, or being a top contributor for the month. | Promoted post
30°

Timing Is Everything: Twitter Unveils First View Ads, Videos At The Top Of Your Timeline

16m ago - Twitter has been in the spotlight for the past several days over allegedly imminent (longstanding... | Web
40°

NASA’s Orion capsule has made it to the Kennedy Space Center

55m ago - Orion, the manned crew capsule currently under development, survived the evisceration of the Cons... | Hi-tech
40°

PayPal CTO James Barrese resigns, replacement named

56m ago - James Barrese, CTO of eBay's PayPal, is resigning effective April 1, according to a filing with t... | Industry