1. mountainman's Avatar
    Does anyone think the case manufacturers are going to have a hard time with the Q, A, Alt and the P, Back, Enter keys? They are awfully close to the edge. I would think the case could potentially have a weak spot in that area. I'm also worried about the case getting in the way of hitting those keys.

    Thoughts?

    Here is an Otterbox Commuter on my 9650

    Cases and the keys closest to the edge-imageuploadedbycb-forums1362154828.724994.jpg

    Notice how the rubber of the inner layer does not actually touch the end keys. Now, with the case off, you can see the amount of bezel they had to work with..,

    Cases and the keys closest to the edge-imageuploadedbycb-forums1362154943.242950.jpg
    03-01-13 10:23 AM
  2. Plazmic Flame's Avatar
    Think they will have to level off the edges around the keyboard. If not, it will probably block those keys.
    03-03-13 07:55 AM
  3. machoman1337's Avatar
    Not all cases need to cover so much area on the front bezels.

    I have a hard case on my Android and it grips very tightly and barely touches the front bezels at all. Of course, with prolonged use involving many instances of taking the case off and putting it on again, the grip will eventually loosen and the case won't stay on, but hopefully by the time that happens an average contract will have ended. Still, I like having the front of my phone remain unspoiled.
    03-04-13 10:23 AM

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