If you've been wondering how a mobile phone is manufactured, you might want to pay attention now. We have a couple of short films showing how the Google Nexus One is being produced and what tests it goes through before it's ready to take off for the stores.
While the first clip might be not as captivating as expected, the second one is definitely worth a look.
As you probably guessed, the manufacturing process of the Nexus One is almost completely automated. A human hand barely touches the phone until it leaves the factory.
And here is how they test the HTC Google Nexus One. It undergoes four different tests which should guarantee that the phone is robust enough to survive the everyday "torture" its owners are about to subject it to. Pressing the trackball countless times, carrying the phone in the pocket along with some keys and coins, and even dropping the Nexus One on the floor.
The tests might seem a bit harsh at first but that is something each phone has to go through during its life. No matter how smart or expensive it is or how many features it packs. And the Nexus One seems ready to face them all.
Ive had my Nexus one for +4 years, without a case or screen protector. Ive been carless with it, dropped it on concrete, tile and whatever hard surface you can think of and the glass has maintained its integritity and barley has any minor scrathes to...
I'm pretty sure they are yes....
the drop test in the 2nd vedio is not real. the phone looks like it is animated when it falls. see it again!!