1. Android Central Question's Avatar
    Will often putting on and removing a tight case possibly bend or break my Note9? It takes a decent amount of force to take the case off. Could this damage the phone or is it built to withstand pressure like this?
    09-10-2018 04:03 PM
  2. amyf27's Avatar
    Will often putting on and removing a tight case possibly bend or break my Note9? It takes a decent amount of force to take the case off. Could this damage the phone or is it built to withstand pressure like this?
    Probably a trick tot he case so you're not using as much pressure.i have a CaseMate tough clear on mine right now and it's a little tough to get off.
    09-10-2018 06:05 PM
  3. Mr Segundus's Avatar
    No. These aren't iPhones.
    09-10-2018 06:30 PM
  4. Borarjti's Avatar
    No. These aren't iPhones.
    🤣🤣😂😂shots fired
    09-10-2018 06:30 PM
  5. CKwik240's Avatar
    Will often putting on and removing a tight case possibly bend or break my Note9? It takes a decent amount of force to take the case off. Could this damage the phone or is it built to withstand pressure like this?
    No one can possibly be able to answer this without some quantifiable measure of what it takes to bend the phone and how much force is required to install or remove said case. That said, I would think Samsung would make the phone as strong as practical and care makers would require much more force than is needed to keep the case on. But there is no way to be absolutely sure without quantifiable data.
    09-10-2018 07:44 PM
  6. bandofbrothers2112's Avatar
    I recently viewed a YouTube video here



    At 5.49 he performed a bend test and it stood up well.
    09-11-2018 12:04 AM
  7. CKwik240's Avatar
    I recently viewed a YouTube video here



    At 5.49 he performed a bend test and it stood up well.
    That was a bit hard to watch, but entertaining nonetheless. Lol.
    09-11-2018 01:42 AM
  8. Shawn0813's Avatar
    Lol someone could steal your power button and render your 1000 dollar phone useless
    09-11-2018 09:36 AM
  9. CKwik240's Avatar
    Lol someone could steal your power button and render your 1000 dollar phone useless
    Other than powering it on, one could get by without any of the buttons.
    09-11-2018 10:42 AM
  10. Shawn0813's Avatar
    Other than powering it on, one could get by without any of the buttons.
    Too true
    09-11-2018 02:17 PM
  11. andrew_ackley's Avatar
    I'd be worried the most about the glass cracking and not the phone breaking.
    09-11-2018 04:29 PM
  12. KillerQ's Avatar
    If your case bends your phone, then it's the design of the damn case that is defective, not the phone.
    09-11-2018 09:14 PM
  13. az3's Avatar
    If your case bends your phone, then it's the design of the damn case that is defective, not the phone.
    I'm specifically worried about bending the phone while removing the case. I know a regular case wouldn't just bend the phone on its own.
    KillerQ likes this.
    09-11-2018 09:59 PM
  14. Gary02468's Avatar
    If your case bends your phone, then it's the design of the damn case that is defective, not the phone.
    It's still worth knowing whether it could happen.
    amyf27 and KillerQ like this.
    09-12-2018 06:33 AM

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