Samsung looking to coat smartphone cases with "diamond material". Will the Galaxy S5 use this technology?
0. phoneArena 18 Dec 2013, 03:16 posted on
The diamond-like material can protect a smartphone from scratches and deformation. However, the technology may not be ready for the Galaxy S5 to use it...
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1. ocilfa (Posts: 334; Member since: 03 Aug 2012)
With a flexible oled and this new coating treatment, who even needs a case?
5. _Bone_ (Posts: 2154; Member since: 29 Oct 2012)
Everyone with a brain
14. vincelongman (Posts: 3905; Member since: 10 Feb 2013)
The LG G Flex still has gorilla glass to protect it's flexible display from scratches. It's the gorilla glass that shattered, not the display.
8. AntiFanBoyz (unregistered)
I don't use a case now. Never broke a phone.
Knock on wood.
2. mr.techdude (Posts: 569; Member since: 19 Nov 2012)
If Sammy puts on a aluminum design and lag free interface in addition with a huge touchwiz UX change to more outlay looking rather then gingerbread, they might just put out a lot of competition. I'm no Sammy fan but that's what I want in a Gs5 and then take my money.
3. Mube007 (Posts: 233; Member since: 24 Sep 2013)
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4. XaErO (Posts: 291; Member since: 25 Sep 2012)
Interesting .. Hope this time Samsung brings a solid rugged & light new design.
And they should also bring a faster lag-free Touchwiz User Interface.
6. techaman (unregistered)
if they did oled screen with thin sapphire coating over it and aluminum body with nano spray protection with better clean none laggy ui take the stupid slow responding home button off and make it battery capable then you have a winner all around may even take more of apples fanboys away more then the note. they need to start upping the anti with the gs5 make it world competitor
7. chunk1x (Posts: 248; Member since: 25 Jun 2011)
With this technology, when the phone explodes, it is contained within the body of the phone. It will result in less injury to the user and a smaller medical compensation, thus resulting in less financial loss to Samsung.
13. AppleHateBoy (unregistered)
+1 I LOLed so hard that my mom scolded me.
12. Krjal (Posts: 217; Member since: 19 Dec 2013)
Just thought I'd let people know that as diamond is just a crystalline allotrope of carbon, 'diamond material' could mean a lot of things. Polycarbonate for example or carbon fibre weave.
That being said, let's hope it's something more interesting :)