Is The Galaxy Note Edge More Prone to a Cracked Screen?

The New Samsung Galaxy Note Edge does not look like your typical smartphone. It’s curved edges are revolutionary and designed to expand the user’s viewing experience. The curved screen allows the user to access information such as frequently used apps and alerts more quickly. Additionally this feature allows notifications to be received directly on the edge of the screen. This comes in handy when watching videos because users can receive the notifications without disturbing their viewing.

While the curved screen is revolutionary and the design is impressive we can’t help but wonder – is the screen is easier to crack?

Galaxy Note Edge Screen RepairBecause the touch screen extends to the side of the device, if the device is dropped, wouldn’t the screen crack easily? Engineers at Samsung have done thousands of drop tests and state the device is ‘durable’.  Like most popular smartphones, the Galaxy Note Edge has a metal frame that sticks out a little farther than the screen. When the device is dropped, the metal frame is impacted first and is supposed to help protect the screen.

No matter how durable the device is or now matter what kind of protective case you have on your smartphone, it’s still prone to accidents. While we hope your Galaxy Note Edge withstands daily use and a few drops – Mission Repair is here for you if it doesn’t. Our certified technicians will replace the cracked glass on your smartphone with a brand new screen and get it back in your hands in no time.

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