Video: Nokia Lumia 920 Hammer and Knife scratch test – #NokiaWin

| November 15, 2012 | 8 Replies

The Nokia Lumia 920 undergoes some more abuse, this time with a mallet hammer, knife as well as those keys.

As always with scratch tests, the real challenge is often not the obvious danger but pocket dust and dirt.

For the mallet drop tests, that really is something that could break lesser phones, especially given that he actually tries to break it.

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  1. nabkawe says:

    Meanwhile in Iphone 5 lands … Wifi issues are caused by extra security measures the new WPA1 and WPA2 are too much for it !!! So it only works perfectly in WEP !!! basically it has the same protocol support as windows XP sp2 .
    Iphone 5 users are now holding there Wifi passwords wrong … :D

  2. Muerte says:

    It is amazing, that after all those drop tests, beating and scratching, the 920 is still a beaty that works. It would be nice to see how the OIS works after that, but still! :) Try this with your iPhone…

  3. Gäst says:

    It’s a Nokia!
    I don’t know what more to say, i rather have a solid phone thats weight a bit more than a fragile that way a bit less.
    My N9 is a true survivor (ironically it is), i dropped it to many times to actually survive but it’s still looks new.
    But i always used the “condom” (silicon case) that came with it, but no screen protector.

  4. incognito says:

    Haven’t they replaced the camera plate from metal to ceramic as to not scratch that easily? And I know for a fact that there are some very scratch-resistant ceramics. The guy said that the first scratches he noticed are on the camera plate. I guess Nokia will have to work on that one a bit more as long as they are pursuing this design language.

  5. allawi says:

    Are you crazy or you just hate nokia

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