It isn’t news anymore that Nokia just released their first phone this year – the Nokia 6 Android smartphone. Well, to me, it seems they have decided to carry us back memory lane, back to the days of the strong legendary Nokia 3310 that amongst other things, can be used to “pluck a fruit from its tree” as the durability is second to none.
This is the Nokia 6 Android smartphone and it seems to share the durability feature with the Nokia 3310 of those days. It isn’t actually surprising because the feature in question here is very synonymous to Nokia and has been one of their major selling points. We didn’t just expect that it will follow them till this extent. I guess we underestimated their abilities.
So I’m sure you must be wondering what exactly the Nokia 6 phone was used to do that warrants all these durability talk. Well, as you mist have deciphered from the post title, the Nokia 6 was used to crack a walnut. Before we go on, how hard is a walnut?
Walnuts are rounded, single-seeded stone fruits of the walnut tree commonly used for the meat after fully ripening. Following full ripening, the removal of the husk reveals the wrinkly walnut shell. During the ripening process, the husk will become brittle and the shell hard.
Nokia 6 which comes with an all-metal unibody was used to smashed a walnut both the front and back. The tester in the video used both the front screen and the back casing to smash the walnut and it did break the shell without any damage to the Nokia 6’s display or body, not even a scratch. I’m highly impressed with them.
Nokia have actually shown their customers that no matter the kind of phone they make, top priority is given to durability. So be rest assured that when you buy your Nokia 6 and it falls on the ground, or you sit on it mistakenly, its likely you still have your smartphone and in a wholesome form too, unlike all these new generation phones that cracks open upon a small fall.
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So what does this prove, techies, I am forced to say Nokia are still leaders of this industry in their own right. Just like peak, its in them.
You can check out the video on YomiProf Blog
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