HTC’s Micro arc oxidation makes the metal unibody nearly five-times stronger

Impressed by the ceramic metal wrapped around the HTC one s’s ice cream sandwich powered core? For your information, the finely crafted metal is made using a process called micro arc oxidation. It gives the nice ceramic look and feel to HTC’s iconic unibody shell. According to the company, the technology is more of a treatment to the metal than just a finish on top of it. And it result in metals that five-times stronger. You will see more details in the video below

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