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-[* black] Stacking up the contenders: The Alpha managed to squeeze itself into a slightly smaller form factor—and at 6.7 mm, it's a whole ''0.2 mm'' thinner.
+[* black] Stacking up the contenders: The Alpha managed to squeeze itself into a slightly smaller form factor than the iPhone 6—and at 6.7 mm, it's a whole ''0.2 mm'' thinner.
[* black] We're ''sure'' you'll [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Princess_and_the_Pea|notice the difference|new_window=true].
[* black] The Galaxy Alpha and iPhone 6 look remarkably similar from below.
[* black] Speaker grille, data port (standard Micro USB 2.0 on the Alpha and proprietary Lightning on the iPhone), and microphone are in roughly the same places.
-[* black] Spotting the difference the Alpha has:
- [* black] The headphone jack [http://youtu.be/bJafiCKliA8?t=5s|on the bottom|new_window=true].
- [* black] No pesky Pentalobe screws. Proprietary screws are annoying, but screws are better than the usual alternative—glue. What will this mean for repair?
+[* black] Spot the differences!
+ [* black] The iPhone's headphone jack is [http://youtu.be/bJafiCKliA8?t=5s|on the bottom|new_window=true].
+ [* black] None of those pesky Pentalobe screws on the Alpha. Proprietary screws are annoying, but any screws are better than the usual alternative—glue. What will this mean for repair?