VIDEO: Nokia's brick phone pitted against hydraulic press

THE strength of the Nokia 3310 has become the stuff of legend. But can it survive a hydraulic pressing?

Released by the European phone giant in 2000, it lives on in the pockets of those who are not ready to join the smart phone revolution.
 


For those who grew up with it as teenagers, tales of its survival against the odds created a shared love for the tiny-screened handset.

In saying that, we don't see him attempt to turn it back on.


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