Samsung Galaxy S3 vs Nokia Lumia 920 Pitching Machine Challenge: Check Out Who Survived?

Posted By: Gizbot Bureau

    Nokia is out with a short video on YouTube to highlight its latest smartphone best features and to put down that of Samsung flagship contender. The theme of the video released on YouTube is a pitching machine challenge.

    Firstly the Galaxy S3 model of Samsung was placed facing a pitching machine. The viewers of the video came across an astounding scene as the Samsung handset got destroyed completely with the hit of a ball from the machine. It was not that surprising to those who owned this handset as they are already aware about the fragility of the device.

    Samsung Galaxy S3 vs Nokia Lumia 920 Pitching Machine Challenge

    On the other hand, Nokia Lumia 920 survived the challenge and the best thing is that there was not even any scratch on the handset. Nokia aimed to prove that the display of the Nokia phone is much better and thicker in contrast to that of the Samsung handset. To add the surprise, the display glass of the Samsung handset was destroyed but the cheap plastic portion survived miraculously. Even so, this was not enough to overpower the superb survival of Nokia Lumia 920.

    This interesting YouTube video is expected to reach the whole world in just a few seconds spreading the news that Nokia overpowered Samsung. Nokia's sole aim behind this video was to attract more Samsung and android fans towards their products and they are sure to win some credit as a result of this clever tactic. Some of the other flagship model owners are likely to switch to Nokia's flagship model as the sturdiness of the Nokia device was proved beyond doubt.

    Have a look at the video below:

     

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