Category: Android Smartphones
It seems to me pretty obvious that the Nexus 5 screen will crack if you drop it without a case. So to prove the point, I did a drop test of my brand, new Nexus 5 with a CruzerLite case, which I have been using for many of my other Android devices and it protects your phone well, especially the screen.
For those of you who have 4K TVs, you can try downloading and playing the RAW 4K video I made using the Galaxy Note 3.
For those of you who are thinking about getting a more rugged and water-proof smartphone for either taking photos/videos while swimming or for industrial work, Galaxy S4 Active is certainly a great choice as it’s rated for IP67, a bit higher than Xperia Z (which has IP57).
You all probably seen many Galaxy S4 drop tests on YouTube and while they entertain you with completely broken screens, they do not show you anything. I know all of these guys are doing drop tests do generate millions of views but seriously does that show you ANYTHING?
Well, my HTC One finally arrived yesterday after an agonizing 2 week wait. But in the end, it was well worth the wait because I only paid $574 for an unlocked version directly from HTC.com. Of course, unlocked here means that the phone is “SIM” unlocked for using with any GSM network, the bootloader is still locked (but you can use HTCDev.com to unlock that).