BlackBerry Storm screen won’t scratch


Any BlackBerry Curve user knows that screen scratching can be a huge issue. Put that BlackBerry in your pocket with your keys too many times and you just bought yourself an expensive paperweight. Thankfully, the video above shows that this won’t be an issue with the BlackBerry Storm. A tip of our hat to the brave soul who thought that attacking his Storm with a hunting knife was a good idea.

|via MobileSyrup|

8 Responses to “BlackBerry Storm screen won’t scratch”

  1. 1 Frank Paolino

    Wow! Thanks for doing the scratch test for all of us who are not brave enough to take a knife to our screen! Maybe I will lose the protective case and special eyeglass wiping cloth, too.

  2. 2 Usdachoice

    This is bunk! My storm screen is all scratched up just from just being in my pocket. I have never placed the phone in my pocket with anything and the screen is all scratched up. This is almost as frustrating as trying to actually use the phone.

  3. 3 craig mackay

    My storm had tons of scr
    atches after 2 days what are you all talking about!

  4. 4 craig mackay

    I got a screen protector and the scratches are not.visible now. Like the storm.

  5. 5 Kayne Copland UK

    This is rubbish!! The screen on mine is really scratched after not long of owning the phone. Maybe the tests are for deep scratches, but mine has lots of light annoying surface scuffs, and thats with using the leather case.

  6. 6 brett

    you all have scratches because you still have the manufacturer plastic screen on your storm… its hard to see, but it peels off…

  7. 7 heather

    omg you have got to be kidding me for weeks i’ve been super duper careful and still was getting scratches i read this and then realize i have the protector on it..thank god though its still protected..i did get this sheild for it just not put it on yet…what a relief!!!!

  8. 8 Megs

    HaHahaha… I had the same “scratch problem” and just read Brett’s post about the plastic screen. I dug my nail in to the corner and whaddya know…I have the plastic cover still on my phone (I could have sworn I saw the Verizon lady peel it off)

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