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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
LG G6 video: https://youtu.be/KX0nd8VwiVw
Shelf of Shame (Weak smartphones): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iXhw0hLmqG0&list=PL0vZL9uwyfOE6L-ZLShMnAx1qdJiba93o
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I love my Nokia 6. It may not have the processing power of the newer Androids or iPhones, but it sure is tough and a good feeling phone. As mentioned in the video, it has a decent amount of weight to it and I don't worry much if I drop it.
Bought the Nokia 6 (to replace my aged Galaxy 5 which wasn't holding it's charge and the bottom third of the screen was 'corrupted') and have not been disappointed with it at all.
I guess what I'm saying is that the Nokia 6 IS better than my 'old' Galaxy 5, and yes I hear you saying technology does move on but this really is an amazing bit of kit for the money.....and.....it's a NOKIA. Never thought I'd be back buying one of them again, very pleased I did !
I don't believe I'm easily pleased and I spent literally weeks watching YouTube reviews and reading all the online written ones as I eliminated all others in my price range and opted for this.......it quite literally does everything I wanted and more - well done to the guys at Nokia, long may the re-incarnation of the company continue !!
And you missed the main test which none or moderns phones can survive.
how about dropping it on the concrete floor just as it happens all time? what is all that gorilla glass worth when it will shatter into pieces ?