Ever wondered what T-Mobile asks from manufacturers before releasing devices? One requirement is durabilty, and it seems that Magenta does its testing first-hand to make sure everything is sturdy. T-Mobile has just released this nifty video, in which they demonstrate how they test devices for durability.
The testing includes opening/checking the device, 1-meter falls and putting pressure on the screen. All of this to make sure devices “exceed customer expectations” in order to “protect customers, as well as T-Mobile, by torturing the phones.”
It is always fun (and painful) to see smartphones being destroyed. At this lab, they do it often. But it’s all to make sure our devices can handle rough usage. Even after all this testing, we still manage to destroy our phones. What are we doing wrong?!
Check out T-Mobile’s video and let us know what you think in the comments section. Do you guys think T-Mobile’s tests are good enough? Are the devices generally durable enough?
It seems like T-Mobile has removed the video. Maybe they don’t want people to know about their torture techniques? We really can not think of any reasons why T-Mobile would remove a video like this. Let’s hope that they put it back up. What do you guys think happened? Maybe they are making some changes to it?