Your Phone is Fragile? And If It Were Carbon Fiber?

Look for your mobile device. Chances are he already has at least a few scratches on the sides of the screen. And the material used in its manufacture, for the most part, it was plastic or some pieces of aluminum.
And who has never seen an appliance break easily? Is after a fall, or by simply opening the battery cover, small and delicate pieces break with great ease. Is there any way to prevent this?

Using Different Materials for the Manufacture of Mobile Phones
Motorola, not long ago, when launching its Razr handset, brought an innovation on the rear in Kevlar. This material, besides being quite flexible is very sturdy and even used in the manufacture of bulletproof vests. Aluminum has been used with a certain frequency, creating bodies more resistant to the appliances and beautiful aesthetically. The plastic is still leader, being that there are many companies that try to manufacture more resistant plastics or even risk with other materials, as was the case with Samsung.
Cell Phones Manufactured with Carbon Fiber: An Investment from Samsung
Samsung announced that it will make a joint investment with the SGL Group focused on the use of carbon compounds in the manufacture of electronic devices. Analyzing the Korean giant’s focus on portable electronic products, we can assume that they are seeking tougher alternatives to plastic and other materials less efficient.
For those who do not know very well, the carbon fiber is a material ultra resistant and used in ways where durability is highly needed. We can see pilots helmets carbon fiber, planes with carbon fiber parts, cars with carbon fibre items and many others. The big advantage of this material is that besides being ultra resistant, it is also ultra lightweight in comparison to other materials, do not corrode and can be molded into any shape. Couple this with carbon being a practically infinite material from sources on Earth and we have an almost perfect product.
I’m Going to Have A Carbon Fiber Cell Phone Coming Soon?
Not to discourage you, it might still take a while for portable electronics with carbon fiber reach the market with affordable prices. Initially, we will be able to see prototypes as we saw cell phones Samsung flexible OLED screen. These prototypes can hit the market, with very high prices. Maybe even hit the market. The idea of an investment like this is experimenting with the material and create a way to manipulate it and make it economically viable to make its use with cell phones.
Knowing that other companies have risked with Kevlar and other materials, and Sony and IBM/Lenovo already risked with carbon fiber in notebooks of its lines, is not an impossible dream to think that in the near future, you will have a cell phone Galaxy with carbon fiber. The hope of never having a cell phone broken by unexpected never dies, right?