There are four of them. Two on bottom and two on top corners. These are not cracks but that's how it has been manufactured.
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Samsung just uses cheap plastics. Doesn't really matter what people say, this is flimsy and just plain cheap. I've seen chinese stuff stronger than this. I don't really mind plastics, they offer lots of advantages but these are just crap. One good example of a really good plastic is the one on the back of the iphone 3g or what UAG uses in their cases. That is sturdy stuff, not thin crap that'll break easily. I've a crack on mine as well, really tiny on the top left edge but it's there. I assume it was made from the slight strenght applied by taking it out of the case once since i never dropped it. Plastic need to be really weak If it gets a crack from as little as this.
I'll live with it. If it starts annoying me, i'll just follow some disassemble repair guide and replace it with another cheapo one off ebay, but chances are i'll trade this phone for anything else sooner.
Has anybody had any more experience / info on this? I'm having a warranty repair of completely unrelated issues rejected due to these stress cracks.
Mine cracked at the bottom, right from USB connector towards home button. I doubt they will accept this as warranty claim
I haven't dropped my device or something like that
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