Originally Posted by BBEG
If you're referring to products like those from MSI, then it's still correct: the components they're referencing on their products meet applicable .gov standards. Unless you have evidence of the contrary?
I mean in general, if I was to ask you "What is military spec", you could define it generally, but without the context of an object it means nothing. It's a pointless term to use commercially as the overwhelming majority won't what specific military standards it meets, it'll just be viewed as a tagline that's a synonym for durable.
Also Stealth Pyros, yes I see your point, they need better quality control, however the fact that some people have scratches on their phones doesn't mean I will, on the contrary it makes me less likely as my the proportion of phones with scratches that I can actually buy has gone down.
Anyhow, I'll leave it at that as typing on the phone is annoying, I'll be sure to check for scratches when I get the phone in a month.