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<p>that video finally proves that glass is more brittle and less durable than plastic, glass fanboys be damned we have proof now!</p>
<p>lold but isn’t the front of the Galaxy S II glass? so shouldn’t that have broke like the front of the iPhone?</p>
<p>they should have used Gorilla Glass, hopefully the next one that releases has it.</p>
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They really should have. My Atrix came out in Q1 2011 and it had Gorilla Glass. Fumbled this shit dead wasted and had it hit cement floors and the glass still looks 100. No screen, no case. I'm completely anti-case, just be careful, or buy something durable. And holy fuh, Otterboxes have to be the -ugliest- shii around. Why buy one of the thinnest phones out, just to make it huge? If you don't work construction, you don't need an Otterbox, and if you do work construction, you shouldn't have chosen an iP.
Shocked by that video though, my friend was explicitly told not to drop his SGS2. Not because of the glass, but because of the internals being so tightly packed that a drop shock would dead them quick.