by Michael Fisher | November 30, 2013 6:02 AM
If you've been paying attention to the Pocketnow crew the past few months, you'll know that one of us is somewhat enamored of the LG G Flex. We spent much of this week's podcast talking about our week with the unusual phablet, its curved casing a breath of excitement in an otherwise stolid and straitlaced world of right angles. But there's more to the G Flex than the subtle hint of bananaphone in its chassis. LG's latest Android device also brings another first to the high-end smartphone world: a "self-healing" coating designed to seal up minor scratches in a few minutes' time, keeping the ...
by Taylor Martin | October 3, 2013 7:01 AM
The polycarbonate Nokia has a penchant for using has a reputation for standing the test of time exceedingly well. The matte finish may tend to gain a certain sheen as the finish wears some, but we've seen a few times before that it's quite resilient against bumps, dings, and scratches. We were, however, somewhat concerned that the abnormally large camera hump would be susceptible to scrapes and scratching. How has the Lumia 1020 fared in our two months with it? Has it resisted scratches, dents, dings, and other blemishes well? Watch the Lumia 1020 durability report below to see for ...
by Michael Fisher | February 12, 2013 2:46 PM
Last week, Brandon Miniman took us for a short tour of the iPhone 5 he's been toting as a daily driver for the past four months. In that first device durability report, we learned what kind of dings and dents the newest iPhone can accrue over several months of case-less usage, and in today's video, we're turning the lens on Nokia's Windows Phone 8 flagship, the Lumia 920. The 920 is a whole lotta smartphone, much thicker and heavier than the iPhone 5, with a lot of wide-open polycarbonate just begging to be banged up. Follow along as we take you on a tour of the scratches, scrapes, scabs ...
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