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    Default Gorilla glass scratch test

    Lets just say it wasn't as good as my galaxy tab. I performed a simple scratch with my house key. And as I clean the screen with a micro fiber cloth. You could still see where I scratched it. They are very small scratches but they are there. Maybe I haven't clean the screen right but. I was going to go naked with my razr but I guess not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quadjacks View Post
    Actually I just read article from your link and it is gorilla glass,,,am I missing something? What are you reading?

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    This newest addition to Verizon's Droid lineup boasts a Gorilla Glass coated, 4.3-inch qHD Super AMOLED display -- a

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    Default Re: Gorilla glass scratch test

    It's Gorilla Glass, and it isn't scratch proof. My Droid Incredible has it and it's all scratched the hell up.

    Here - http://www.corninggorillaglass.com/p...rilla/motorola
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    Well, I think you're crazy for doing that test. Why does it matter? Wait and see when/if it gets scratched how tough it is. No need to go scratch it intentionally. That's just crazy IMO.
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    Super amoled advance is the screen type. What covers the screen is gorilla glass

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