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Can Nomu S30 survive from 100 FT Drop with Soda Cans onto Concrete?

by Dimitris Economou 2

It looks like the guys at Nomu have great imagination. To prove their Nomu S30 durability, they decided to perform a weird experiment. The professional rugged smartphone NOMU series handsets have already got through various kinds of rough tests, but that appears not enough to show how tough NOMU smartphone is. This time, Nomu S30 is facing the test of 100ft drop with bottles of soda wrapped around it.

As seen in the video, Nomu S30 has 9 cans of soda wrapped around it, and the tester is standing on high floor which is about 100ft height. The test is simple: He throws it off the ledge and boom! Almost instantly all the sodas are blow up but the Nomu S30 is still intact without a scratch.

Nomu S30

Nomu S30 has got a very tough body which features IP68 rating. In addition, it also features a powerful specifications. It comes with 5.5″ 1080p display with Gorilla Glass 4 on top. Inside we find the MT6755 octa-core SoC and the cameras are a 5MP front and 13MP rear. Also, 4GB RAM and 64GB of internal storage are available to the user and Android 6.0 Marshmallow is the main OS. Lastly, a 5000mAh battery with quick charging technology powers the device.

Among the 3 Nomu devices, Nomu S10 is the cheapest one, and it is the most cost-effective IP68 Rugged phone globally. It carries MTK6737T quad-core chip along with 2GB RAM and 16GB ROM, Android 6.0 OS and a massive 5000mAh battery. It’s only $115 at Aliexpress store. For more information, follow their Official Facebook Page.

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  • Saku

    Lol, the test itself is interesting to watch. Nomu has consistently produced peculiar but relevant test to show their units’ toughness! Good for them, they are simply the real deal.

  • amirexpress.ir

    but reviews for specs has shown some doubt although its toughness are being tested by different reviewers and different result..so many still don’t know what is the real quality or is there any strict quality control in their factories too or not.

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