Seriously this doing this test is nonsense, in real life scenario using your phone this does not apply at all. I have seen users with their expensive flagship iPhone or Samsung that has cracked screen, I bet can't be bothered to repair it coz it is a waste of money
Toby, 22 Jun 2017I think that phone is OK you dont use a knife on a phone and scratch it who would do this . exactly, who would do such thing?, we wouldnt accidentaly scratch any phone screen using a cutter..
Well, I don't think the new 3310 has much in common compared to the old one anyhow.
Anonymous, 22 Jun 2017Yes, the funny man had the blade at a different angle when pretending to scratch the Moto mobi... moreIf one material is lower than the other on Mohs scale of hardness it won't scratch it no matter the angle. The Moto Z's glass is 6 where the 3310's plastic is 2-3. You ain't gonna scratch a brick with a tomato.
Yes, the funny man had the blade at a different angle when pretending to scratch the Moto mobile and he clearly changed the angle of the blade when scratching the Nokia 3310. Nice trick pal!
To be very Frank I wanted to purchase the New Nokia 3310 when it launched India on May 17th. Today is 22nd not a single piece come to Bangalore India market. I would have made at least 50 times called to the retailers. But the answer was negative. You have made false advertising and launched with out product availability. Now I have made firm decision not to buy the product. Thanks. Narayanan
It didn't do so bad actually, but you guys gotta watch the durability tests on Nokia 6 ....I think there's one that pit it against the old 3310....and won. The Nokia 6 might be the 3310 of our time.
even the old 3310 is durable enough to hold few falls,nothing about scratching the screen which is all made from plastic same like the new one
The man was purposely scratching the phone very hard whereas he didn't do the same thing to his Moto phone
YuccaPalm, 21 Jun 2017Maybe you should stop by at Toys R Us ;>I think that phone is OK you dont use a knife on a phone and scratch it who would do this .
Regardless of durability, I know a person for whom this phone is a good fit.
AnonD-79703, 21 Jun 2017So before we had phones with plastic screens (and most likely a plastic protector on top of it... moreTrue plastic is better can be easily and cheaply replaced unlike glass when broken tends to cost $200-300.
pukersia, 21 Jun 2017Hmmm I think the Original 3310 doesn't rely on durability against scratches but it's all about... moreYeah if it doesn't crack when dropped, doesn't bend, only scratches and scuffs then it is like a 3310.
never try scratching or burning or bending any phone i had...people are strange .