Note that the Turbo 2 is marketed as "shatterproof", with a four-year warranty.
Four year warranty? Somebody has some serious faith in the strength of that phone!
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Yea that is a Funny one ha ha) I did see the Commercial and it being Dropped.. I'd like to see a You Tube Drop Test any Takers hmm I seen the New phone for my self @ my local retail store it does Rock with some Killer Looks and the Back side might be worth the Trade might be worth taking a Pass as well.. I'm looking not sure what I want but I know what I don't want is what I previously had..
Boy a treasure trove of Info Wow.! you must want one Bad Tikibar1 me maybe got more stones in the Fire at home that keeps me busy so not posting as much on here O well" time to move on.. Later..
I was intrigued by the Turbo 2 at first, but the price tag is a bit steep for a Verizon-only phone and with no Android Imprint compatibility.
Back is Cool hey Good morning Snn5 hope your weekend is going good" and yea I'm looking at the phone was kind wondering how they claim it is shatter prof but if the Glass is bendable and I've seen glass bend to "A" degree I guess it's possible anymore technology is spread all over our Devices..
This is a drop test and in the comments section you'll see the picture of the layers of screen.