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Hands-On: Samsung Galaxy S5

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Top message:  This is why Samsung copied Apple.... by bluecoyote   Feb 25, 2014, 11:56 AM

Replying to:  Re: This is why Samsung copied Apple.... by bluecoyote   Feb 25, 2014, 2:16 PM

Re: This is why Samsung copied Apple....

by Slammer    Feb 25, 2014, 2:48 PM

We're back to the what is good and isn't good scenerio? Bad comparison. You said yourself that alot of people like subway. Doesn't matter if it is good or not. People like it. I like subway. I know it's not the best cuisine. But I don't mind stopping in and grabbing a sub there once in awhile. The point is what you like doesn't necessarily equate to popular choice. Buttered popcorn is bad for you yet billions upon billions of pounds of buttered popcorn is sold. Pizza is bad yet, it ranks up there as being number one in food sold. Nothing good comes from McDonald's yet it is the number one food chain in the world.

People don't care. They want what they want. Plastic is a necessary across all industries. If it was so bad, why is the automotive industry starting to incorporate more of it in vehicles. Safety is huge in trying to protect the occupants in vehicles. Plastic provides the resistance needed to absorb the impact and also keeps the weight down.

I will say that if a manufacturer can make a metal phone yet retain accessiblity to crucial operating parts, I will purchase it. Until then, I wish to keep plastic around for the benefit of consumer advocacy to obtain the best in augmentation and repairs.

John B.

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