Hey, this is Ken from LG. What you’re seeing there is first, not a plastic cover. As you know, the first is used to get paint to bond to aluminum, Which is what we used for the G5’s body. The aluminum alloy is we sourced Known as LM201b (patent pending) and was developed at the Korea Institute of Industrial Technology for use in automobiles and aircraft. LM201b, UNLIKE the aluminum used in other smartphones, is diecast unibody Which Makes it very sturdy while still Maintaining lightweight properties. We figured out a way to integrate the antenna into the aluminum bands seamlessly so you can not feel the lines and covered the LM201b With first and paint using a process called microdizing Which Means That tiny particles of metal are infused in the coating and bonded to the aluminum. I think it’s incorrect to say That a product is not all metal if paint is Involved. That’s like saying cars and airplanes are not metal Also Because They’re painted. For the record, even that’s anodized metal will scratch off. Our process May it be different but what Achieved We were aiming for, Which is a smooth, seamless metal finish that’s durable and lightweight. We were not interested in doing what has Already Been done. When did this bad thing to Become?