This story pretty much tells itself so I am going to let it. I will only add that this is why you buy Nokia products.
In Finland a construction manager named Steve Pyykkönen’s had his Nokia Lumia 920 run over by a 24 ton Caterpillar and it got buried half meter under the rocks in the mine. To his surprise when Steve called his phone with his buddies phone they heard it ringing under ground. The frame was bent and display fragmented but it was still fully working, a testimony to Nokia phones’ super-build and overall material quality.
One of the hyväkuuloinen the guy heard it ringing below ground. People began with a six-man digging the rocks of the point. From there, it was found half a meter below the ground. A bunch of surprise was great, because the phone was revealed almost as up as new, even if the frame was bent and display fragmented. The only fault was that it played to someone, so the call was not able to break itself. Pyykkönen took the phone for repair. Yes they there wondered. Said, that could mean you are trying to fix, but it would be a certainty, would it work. I bought a replacement, when it turned out to be so robust.
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