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Nokia reveals phone testing routine

Nokia reveals phone testing routine - read the full textEver wondered what kind of testing the hardware of the phone gets before being released on the market? Today Nokia released a video showing more details about its testing facility and the testing process itself. The footage is from one of the 11 Nokia test centers documenting some of the more than...


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i dont wanna do that to my fone.. uychh...
can nokia gift me one... XD

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  • 2008-11-25 06:29
  • LB7m

Testing routine... bull!!! I've had to replace the battery of my N95 twice in view they were overheating... How is that for quality control!

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  • 2008-11-24 22:57
  • G2GS

nokia is always the best in performance over other phones, they live longer then other and one more thing they always have the most latest technology in them b4 any 1 else introduce.

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  • 2008-11-24 22:57
  • S1tB

Man, you guys sure do have a pack hard feelings, But yeah i feel that way too, How do they explain the fact that my screen looked so ugly after losin its top in one week a 2626 nokia, fake! We aint kids you know!

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  • 2008-11-24 22:00
  • Sc5%

my e71 burned with just a drop of water on where the camera is placed.

so i dont think they do test it like this.

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  • 2008-11-24 21:57
  • QvjS

> In reply to Alexzander @ 2008-11-24 15:43 from Tmda - click to readwhat?! all phones undergo testing like samsung or other major brands are doing? you must be joking...tell me if those chinese makers are doing such kinf of tests :)

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  • 2008-11-24 19:21
  • 3pbA

if nokia is testing its phone so strictly then y the high end E90 gets peeled off and n73 and n95 keypads are so touch sensitive,its steel coating goes off

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  • 2008-11-24 17:00
  • up1i

yo, guys.
all phones go through these tests so this is nothing special.

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  • 2008-11-24 15:43
  • Tmda

the N95 was and still is one of the most amazing handsets ever released ok it has its faults but so does every handset depending on your needs you choose the handset with the faults that are going to affect you the least. Nevertheless nokia phonees are according to my opinion the most reliable and long lasting phones available in the market.

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  • 2008-11-24 15:37
  • nwY7

i don think it was fair of mike to be so harsh. but repeir tech was talking trash. he was accusin nokia without havin da unterstandin wot they mean. and was makin up stories about his work. sounds like sum1 from motoforum that is always talkin crap on other forums. but everybody chill. i do agree wid mike on this. even thou he was a bit aggresive towards repair tech. but on the other hand. serves tech rite. i agree that dis is a gimmick. nokia has questionable build quality. specially ma N78 battery cover squeeking frm day 1

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  • 2008-11-24 14:24
  • p8ck

> In reply to Mike @ 2008-11-24 08:11 from p8ck - click to readWhats you point Mike? I've read Repair Technician's first few posts. and it makes sense. I don't care if he works for Nokia or weather he is a repair technician or not. But he has got points, I do agree with that. On the other hand it seems that you have nothing to add other than making fun of him. We all know about Nokia's build quality. These article/video sounds like a publicity stunt. Nothing else. Chill guys.

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  • 2008-11-24 13:29
  • vwdn

OMG! Is this a comment web site or cursing one?
Please please, post your comment not voice ur feelings.

I like to see more comment about this Nokia testings.

Anyone using N82 with the same problem i'm facing?
The top speaker is loose and no-sound sometimes.

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  • 2008-11-24 13:19
  • uCjd


I don't work with phones at Ericsson, i work with wireless network developement for underdeveloped countries. I don't know the first thing about how a phone is designed and made, but what i do know about it, i alreday told mr Repair Technician.

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  • 2008-11-24 13:06
  • p8ck

> In reply to [deleted post]Just for you to know, Mike, I do it lots of C vitamins! :) It is very healthy to do so.

Look... enugh of this. I can se that you are stupid and dumb and all.. but common you are still a human bein! (even if the lover fanboy kind)

So, I will go to sleep now. I will leave you to dream about fancy phones. Good night. Hope you will have a life some day, fanboy! :)

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  • 2008-11-24 12:40
  • M3gi

> In reply to Nonsense @ 2008-11-24 09:40 from 4nK9 - click to readtotally agree with you. Read this comment first

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  • 2008-11-24 12:19
  • mD6k

> In reply to Repair Technician @ 2008-11-24 09:57 from M3gi - click to read0the Mr CLOW have no degree is a cheap thing (M3gi)

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  • 2008-11-24 11:42
  • wc6i

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2008-11-24 09:32 from wc6i - click to readNo, to enter Noki you need to be a cheap workforce.

Why do you think thay have factories in Hungary or China? Not becouse of the workers attitude thats for sure!

Only you fanboys think that WOw, working for Nokia is a BIG THING! You must be very special so thay ould employ you.

Common! Everybody can work for Nokia or any other manufacturer who is cheap enugh and skilled enugh.

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  • 2008-11-24 09:57
  • M3gi

Nonsense tests! I wouldn't put my phone in my pocket together with my keys in first place! They should perform BATTERY, CALL AUDIO, NETWORK RECEPTION TESTS rather than figure out the WORST-CASE-SZENARIOS! Looks like Nokia Testers are nothing but a bunch of kids playing around!

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  • 2008-11-24 09:40
  • 4nK9

its a publicity stunt..i wonder why n95 was such a lousy quality built

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  • 2008-11-24 09:38
  • vxr3

> In reply to Repair Technician @ 2008-11-24 09:15 from M3gi - click to readmR CLOW you so funny say you work at NOKIa

wan enter nokia need a good attitude , i think u were been fired out then complain at here

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  • 2008-11-24 09:32
  • wc6i

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