Here's how manufacturers anodize aluminum and titanium
0. phoneArena 31 May 2012, 02:30 posted on
When we take most high-end smartphones or tablets for a spin, the first thing that we usually look at and feel is the body of the device itself. In lower priced products…
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1. biophone (Posts: 1893; Member since: 15 Jun 2011)
Guy in the video explained this very clearly and was easy to follow.. Two thumbs up. Very cool process and useful too!!!
2. mas11 (Posts: 1028; Member since: 30 Mar 2012)
Nice article Victor. I really enjoyed the video.
3. Thomas5.3 (Posts: 37; Member since: 30 Oct 2011)
I prefer some kind of soft plastic. Aluminium is to stiff and can not absorb enough energy when dropped, this causes to much stress on the screen, results in higher chances of breaking it.
4. blinkdagger (Posts: 81; Member since: 04 May 2012)
Which is the actual spelling and pronunciation? Alu-mi-num or Alu-mi-ni-um?
7. -box- (Posts: 3753; Member since: 04 Jan 2012)
Say it like it's spelled. Only the Britons add an extra syllable.
9. pegasso (Posts: 137; Member since: 27 Nov 2011)
5. charudutt (Posts: 13; Member since: 18 Apr 2012)
even nokia N8 got a aluminium body!!!! which is anodised and looks amazing!!!! sooooo strong!!!
8. Kimyuna (banned) (Posts: 8; Member since: 10 May 2012)
Yes, Samsung Wave series using aluminium anodize, not plastic or polycarbonate.