Impact, 30 Sep 2014That's a made up story from an iSheep cause those zero gap screens are fused by glue so there'... moreYou are samsung fan...if you put some water on the edge of any non water resistant smartphone in time,based on how much water enter..yellow spots will appear
FAKE everyone! a real note 4 boot up screen will have "powered by
Android" at the bottom of the screen, since it's required by Google.
It's not present in the pics, FAKE. Nice try apple fanboys. Also, i can
fit a piece of paper in the "gap" in my Note 3, no moisture, dust,
problems of any kind. Go to Best Buy, and look for yourselves, there is
Anonymous, 30 Sep 2014Chosen. iPhone 6. A case will prevent bending.Goodluck :D
Anonymous, 30 Sep 2014Yes, and making metaphors certainly not one of your strengths as well... Don't understand what... moreWhere exactly is the metaphor?
Do you have any idea what you're talking about?
Virtruvian, 30 Sep 2014A 99.9% chance it'll bend?? Statistics aren't certainly not one of your strengths. Lulz. Yes, and making metaphors certainly not one of your strengths as well... Don't understand what I commented??? jeezz.. Where are you from anyway? :P
Dpx, 30 Sep 2014If you know physics then you know that bigger the tile, bigger the expansion and so bigger gap... moreSome floorings are made like a grid... They're not made of tiles but the worker made gaps like tiny canals and that's to prevent the floor to crack... If the gaps were not there, the floor may be prone to cracks since that there's a possibility that it will expand.... But since that the one worked the flooring is so skilled... He made gaps like grids to prevent cracking... If you're thinking that it will look nasty with the gaps.... Well yes, that will be the time that the floor gets designed and designed well.... Just like smartphones, designed well... Not bend well -_-"
Petrit Avdyli, 30 Sep 2014I really never saw that as an issue. I mean, come on, you can put a paper in it. So what? I co... moreI'm not so sure that almost all phones could fit a paper in there.. I guess you've seen a lot of unusual phones? My Sony Xperia S is far from fitting it. And I doubt a lot of phones could actually fit it.
Dpx, 30 Sep 2014If you know physics then you know that bigger the tile, bigger the expansion and so bigger gap... moreSorry Dpx, but DEW is something you get om grass in the morning, I think you meant DUE??
This is merely a factory issue, it has already been fixed. iPhone 6 is a design issue that's whole complete different story.
Sammy won't need to copy Apple at this situation. Disrespectful that stands, of both.
Anonymous, 30 Sep 2014If you know physics, specifically, Thermal Expansion then you're not going to be confused abou... moreso you are the only one with physics,
how old are you?
i mean comparing a smartphone tech to a tile on the floor is clearly ..... CRAP,
Anonymous, 30 Sep 2014Note4 that has gaps on its metal frame but still works fine, with a leather pouch where you ca... moreA 99.9% chance it'll bend??
Statistics aren't certainly not one of your strengths.
Anonymous, 30 Sep 2014If you know physics, specifically, Thermal Expansion then you're not going to be confused abou... moreIf you know physics then you know that bigger the tile, bigger the expansion and so bigger gaps are needed. If you knew physics, then you would know that the expansion of the glass or metal framework, for this size and at this temperatures is irrelevant.
If you knew about paving, you would know that those gaps exist because it is impossible to tight fit the tiles and so we leave a gap, a bit with which is aestheticly more pleasing than just laying the tiles next to each other. Furthermore, tiles have small differences in shapes and sizes.
If you knew your smartphone, you would notice it does not have a gap and you would know this is dew to poor manufacturing or the assembly/manufacturing process still needing some adjustments as those are initial units.