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Iphone 3gs weight


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Hallo all,

so I have a question for those who are using iPhone 3GS.

I'm using 16gb iPhone 3GS right now and my girlfriend just got 32 gb iPhone 3GS. I was playing around with her iPhone for a bit, trying to feel the difference between the 16 and 32 gb, and I felt like her iPhone is lighter than my iPhone. Curious, I weighed my and her iPhone.

Turns out, her 32gb iPhone 3GS was 135 gram and my 16gb iPhone 3GS was 138 gram!

Could someone tell me what is wrong with my iPhone? Is it normal that it weighs 138 gram?

Answers will be very appreciated,
Thank you
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It really shouldn't be, your imagining things. They might have packed more stuff in your specific iPhone ; )
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