1. INDIGO-SUPRA's Avatar
    I wanna know for sure and put this to rest already. I just got a skyrocket on att and need to know if the screen is corning gorilla glass or plastic or whatever. Any factual info will be appreciated.
    03-03-2012 06:17 PM
  2. dalvik's Avatar
    I've opened the same thread a few months ago....
    so anyway.. you may want to check out this vid
    after unsuccessfully trying to research what glass is exactly being used on this phone I'm inclined to think its more of a modification of corning glass with collaboration of samsung. but in any case i believe the video speaks for itself don't try that at home! lol
    03-03-2012 08:32 PM
  3. INDIGO-SUPRA's Avatar
    thanks for the info.
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    03-04-2012 12:28 PM
  4. CuriousNoob's Avatar
    My aunt has the S2, she dropped ot off the bleachers(25ft) and there wasn't a scratch.

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    03-04-2012 12:35 PM
  5. blkdrgn613's Avatar
    it was already confirmed that the skyrocket does in fact have the same gorilla glass that the original s2 has. was on xda i believe.
    03-13-2012 11:38 PM
  6. Maliberti's Avatar
    it scratches.
    03-14-2012 01:08 AM
  7. blkdrgn613's Avatar
    its resistant to scratches, not impervious
    03-14-2012 09:03 AM
  8. nesto1's Avatar
    And keep in mind, the SR is a bigger screen, which means drops will affect it more and it will be more prone to cracking/breakage during a drop.

    Simple mathmatics, increase the surface area of an object and the less force it will take to damage it.

    And before people jump on me and say well the iPhone is smaller and cracks/breaks more during a fall the the GSII.

    Yes, I know this. The reason has to do with build materials.

    GSII = Plastic and Gorilla Glass. Plastic is flexable and durable.
    iPhone 4/4s = Gorilla Glass and Metal. Both of which are not know for flexability.

    If you drop an item with more flexability, it will be able to distribute the force of the impact throughout the item better, but drop the same item with materials made that are more rigid and that force then gets concentrated at point of impact(which is why you typically see iPhone 4/4s with extensive damage to a corner area)
    03-14-2012 10:14 AM
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