1. acsurfer's Avatar
    Is anyone using S7 Edge with this kind of car mount? I am wondering if it will break the display or back glass because it is applying pressure to the sides, S7 Edge side metal frame seems very thin.

    I am using S4 with this mount with no problem, just thinking if S7 Edge or curved screen phones (note 7) can use with this mount or not. Thanks

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    07-14-2016 11:06 PM
  2. Rukbat's Avatar
    Is it designed specifically to be used with a curved glass screen phone? If not, I wouldn't.
    07-15-2016 05:38 AM
  3. cwbcpa's Avatar
    Is anyone using S7 Edge with this kind of car mount? I am wondering if it will break the display or back glass because it is applying pressure to the sides, S7 Edge side metal frame seems very thin.

    I am using S4 with this mount with no problem, just thinking if S7 Edge or curved screen phones (note 7) can use with this mount or not. Thanks

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    I use a similar mount with mine and it works great just like with any other phone I've used it with. I have not seen a mount specifically for curved displays. Maybe I've just missed it.
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    07-15-2016 06:58 AM
  4. acsurfer's Avatar
    I use a similar mount with mine and it works great just like with any other phone I've used it with. I have not seen a mount specifically for curved displays. Maybe I've just missed it.
    Glad to hear that.
    I have not seen a mount specifically for curved displays too.
    What I mean is I am just worried if the strength of the grip will cause too much pressure to cureved screen phones. My S4 flat screen phone has a much wider side frame and the grip is only gripping to the side metal frame and it works fine.
    I have not tried curved phone on that car mount because the curved phone side metal frame is very thin, so I am a bit worried it will be slightly be pressed inwards when the mount is gripping and cause the display/back glass to break, maybe I am worrying too much.
    07-15-2016 08:48 AM
  5. cwbcpa's Avatar
    Glad to hear that.
    I have not seen a mount specifically for curved displays too.
    What I mean is I am just worried if the strength of the grip will cause too much pressure to cureved screen phones. My S4 flat screen phone has a much wider side frame and the grip is only gripping to the side metal frame and it works fine.
    I have not tried curved phone on that car mount because the curved phone side metal frame is very thin, so I am a bit worried it will be slightly be pressed inwards when the mount is gripping and cause the display/back glass to break, maybe I am worrying too much.
    I think that is why someone made the comment. I'm sure that's a possibility but I'm not that worried.
    07-15-2016 08:49 AM
  6. JohnMidnight's Avatar
    Got one like that with some rubber to snug the phone down. But I use a case and its on a motorcycle. But had no problems with it or the phone and using said phone while it was like this from Hanford Ca to Redding Ca.

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    07-15-2016 02:36 PM

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