The Ulefone Paris at hour hand is destined to be a poor guy. Yesterday he was flooded by Coca Cola and a pool of water, but adversity seems endless.Today he was employed in a drop test and suffered real “hard” time. And what will follow? Well, no disaster will come to him tomorrow because we’ll be in a 5-day vacation thanks to the National Day of our country.
Let’s get back the drop test. In test 1, my colleauge Alex pretended to have a slip of hand when he took Ulefone Paris out of his pocket — a common senario in daily life. The phone dropped to the hard floor without damage. The dropping point was about 100CM from the floor.
It also happens that your phone slips out of hand when you are having a call. That’s what we demonstrated in test 2 where Alex held the phone near his ear at the height of 160CM. And the Paris also survived without being wounded. But there must be some Ulefone users who are very tall guys. So in the third test, Alex dropped the phone from above his head, about 182CM above from the floor. Though this time the metal frame had a little skin, the screen remained perfect and the phone kept recording the video as it had done before.
The instants of the phone hitting the hard floor were also recorded by slowmo camera for closer look. In the video recorded by Alex’s Ulefone Paris, you can see a guy on his knees. He was not praying to Buddist. It was me who were taking the slow motion video.
In the end, I want to stress my point again. Be good to your phone because damage caused from drop will not be covered in warranty by any company, though Ulefone Paris is solid enough as shown.