If there is one word that we can associate with Nokia, it will always be INDESTRUCTIBLE. The durability and strength of mobile phones manufactured by the Finnish company had been proven in various situations and been tested in different conditions. Some of those scenarios are featured in Nokia’s latest infographic, which was posted on its Facebook account.
The said infographic features an array of unusual situations where the previous Nokia handsets, especially the famous Nokia 3310, had survived. See the image below and see if any of the said events happened to your Nokia handset.
As for my experience, the worst thing that ever happened to my Nokia device is when my Lumia 900 fell from a 6ft-high rack in the showers, landing FACEDOWN in the floor! It almost gave me a heart attack! And it happened not once, but TWICE on different occasions (I usually bring it for music while in the showers)! Upon checking, nothing’s wrong – at least physically: no cracks, dents, or scratches. With regards to the functionality – audio and video playback, apps, games, messaging and calls – it’s as good as new! Of course, I’m trying to avoid the situation to happen ever again. Another funny thing that happened is when the same device fell in my inner ankle; to me it was excruciating pain, while to my Lumia 900, just a small dent on the lower part. Now that’s what you call INDESTRUCTIBLE!
I always brag about Nokia handsets’ toughness, that even the Lumia series had inherited. Ever heard the news on Lumia 920 still working after being run over by a 24-ton earth mover? You can also watch many strength test videos on YouTube if you are not convinced enough.
The secret to the durability and strength of the Nokia phones comes from their mission to give us products that can withstand even the worst situations, in order to “connect people”. Through numerous testings in different challenging conditions, Nokia ensures us that they only give the best! With Nokia, we are always connected even if the world is preventing us to do so.
With this, I would like to share this wonderful video about Nokia’s dedication for quality and reliability, featuring the Asha Series.
Thanks to Tuoseli of Deviantart for the cover photo!