[citation][nom]rangas[/nom]im totally impressed (no sarcasm)[/citation]
[citation][nom]ctbaars[/nom]How many nails can it hammer before the battery requires recharging? Battery life is important to me.[/citation]
[citation][nom]subaru41[/nom]Try it with an iPhone 4s. it wouldn't last one strike on either side. It would completely shatter on both sides with the cheep glass they use.[/citation]
Well , being used as a hammer isn't the smartphone's intended purpose.
1 - Does it blend? (I don't think so)
2 - It has a cutting tool too!
3 -That would actually be handy! Imagine seeing people using such a phone as a tool!!
I think the video is fake. Its a solid inside that phone...
Power up the phone and THEN hit the nails.
CNets review of the Samsung GSIII has them using a powered phone in a freezer, 190f heat tank (40 mins), 4 drop tests from about 4~6 feet up and dropping it in a fish bowl for 10 seconds... After the water test, the phone kept wanting to power up.
They dried it out for a few days... phone works. PS: When you drop your phone in water, here is what you do:
1 - DO NOT TURN IT OFF (requires you to go through the shutdown process)
2 - Remove cover, then pull out the battery ASAP as well as anything else that comes off (memory & SIM cards) Does not apply to iPhones and HTC One X
3 - Put phone in a container with Rice of silica gel packs for 3-4 days.
4 - cross fingers.