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Its time to put Nokias latest creation up against the JerryRigEverything standard durability tests. Will the Nokia name honor the incredible battle tested invincible 3310 phones of the past? Or will Nokia slack off on their newest Android smartphone and let the durability falter? There is literally only one place on YouTube to find the answer.
Nokia 6 Teardown Video: https://youtu.be/0M3Budnl3aI
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this phone is far more durable than the 3310. It's extremely solid, while the 3310 depends very much on the outer case taking all of the impact and flexing away to protect the innards.
Although, most smartphones are pretty solid. Yes the glass breaks easily on almost all of them, but come on. It's glass. Of course it breaks. But the phone itself loses no functionality.
If you drop a 3310 from waist height, you would have to re-assemble all the pieces of the case. And without the keypad, it loses ALL functionality.
I wish Nokia would continue to make their phones with the same build as their Lumia line, instead of following in this metal body BS like everyone else
I have a Lumia 740 with white ceramic back and it's the best feeling and most ergonomic phone I've held