I was sitting on a box on my back concrete patio when my phone (with a slim TPU case on it) fell out of my pocket onto the top right corner, then fell face down.
This drop was not more than 12 inches off the ground. The screen cracked from the right top side to just above the front facing camera!
I thought this glass had a drop rating of 6 feet?! This is the first time I've had a broken glass screen ever! And I've had drops from 3 times that height. Now I have a 300.00 repair cost for a 1300.00 phone with inferior glass. Sad state of affairs Samsung...
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Every generation of samsung comes with mysterio cracks appearing without being dropped. Or dropped at 1 feet and screen cracked, or the best one being, I had the phone in my pocket and it just cracked by itself. Sorry I shouldn't be laughing. But like the other guy said glass is glass no matter how samsung or their buddy corning spin it with marketing garbage.
Laying in bed and my note slipped out of my hand on to my plastic tv remote,hit next to volume up button shatted and now spider webbing out.... had this phone less than a month and a plastic remote from 6ins destroys it. I had my s9 plus for years and I've dropped and banned that phone around (i work construction) maybe i shouldn't have spent $1300 on a more fragile phone... i know im not going get any help from samsung they already got their money
First crack: Obvious inpact fracture.
Second crack: Likely caused by a non-approved party installing a third party back.
Not Samsungs fault. Sorry I know how to watch videos, and know what I am looking at.
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