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RE: Nokia Lumia 920 drop / destruction test

Something isn't right

The iPhone 5 comes complete with its own scratches so no 2 iphone 5 are the same, and marks very easy including on the corners Yet it is a 5 star phone

Personally i think this is unexceptable on a £530+ phone regardless of other qualitys

Its not a bad thing having a small amount of flex in a phone it would actualy help with standing knocks and falls as long as the build quality is good it wouldn't matter  

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RE: Nokia Lumia 920 drop / destruction test

Throwing a curveball to this debate...

http://youtu.be/J3oUkgk6vSY

 

 

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RE: Nokia Lumia 920 drop / destruction test

alex_bro wrote:

Throwing a curveball to this debate...

http://youtu.be/J3oUkgk6vSY

 

:cheers:

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RE: Nokia Lumia 920 drop / destruction test

I like the Nokia 920 though you cannot base everything on how tough it is, durability is always a welcome point but i bet its one of the main factors that makes the Nokia 920 so heavy 

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