The iPhone 4 isn't just about it's array of next-generation features. It's also a landmark in smartphone design that puts most of its rivals to shame.
This is perhaps most evident in the glossy aluminosilicate glass employed in its construction. This is a material which is ordinarily reserved for windshields of helicopters and high-speed trains and means that the fourth iteration of the iPhone is one of the most robust and most scratch-resistant mobiles around.
What's more, the protective sheen it provides ensures that the handset's other design highlight the beautiful, super high density 960-by-640 backlit LCD display always stays as stunningly crystal clear as it was when you first opened the box.
Also making this mobile an instant design classic is the stainless steel band that runs around the handset. Not only does this make it even more hard-wearing, but it doubles as antennae for excellent call quality too.