No worries, there is a new video showing the Nokia 9000 hit with nails by a hammer and used as a hammer in a workshop. In fact, in stead of saying the "Smartphone Beta Test is Over," they should mix the letters of "beta" around to state, "The Nokia beat test is over."
Nokia Conversations blogger, Jason noted that the Nokia Lumia 900 "is constructed of a unibody polycarbonate shell that can withstand drops, scrapes and dings. On the face of the phone, you’ll find Gorilla Glass from Corning that is really tough.''
He added the disclaimer "Don't try this yourself. Deliberate mistreatment of your phone is not covered by the warranty."
When the Nokia Lumia 900 was launched it was the top seller on Amazon Wireless. Recently, the Nokia Lumia 900 has been reduced to $19.99 for renewing contracts and $49.99 for new customers. We're wondering if the price drop means that you can also drop the phone, that's another don't try this home without voiding the warranty.
The Windows Phone operating system from Microsoft appears to be gaining strength not only in videos but in sales in China where its sales beat the iPhone by one per cent with 7% market share for the Windows Phone and 6% for iPhone.