Can the Uhans A101 match the fabled Nokia level of sturdiness?

We already know that the new Uhans A101 is being marketed by some sort of a tribute to the legendary Nokia device. It wants to be good, cheap and affordable to virtually anybody. But many of us oldtimers remember the extreme sturdiness and indestructibility of the old Nokia devices, i think i have one Nokia 3310 still functioning at home even after all these years.

UHANS A101-drop test-2

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Uhans people are probably thinking the same so to prove the A101 is just as sturdy as the Nokia phones they have released a video, where we can see the A101 dropped from various heights, which is the most common accident for the mobile users. We can clearly see that the Uhans A101 is protected by the back gel cover to absorb most of the shock. So check out the following video to know how the phone survived.

The Uhans A101 is currently still available in the presales with $59.99 price tag, for example here.

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  1. Syblle
    August 30, 2016

    replacing a screen is damn too expensive… My old Samsung S4 is broken by my daughter and it would cost $40 to replace it.

  2. ASher
    August 31, 2016

    Videos interesting, but where the effects of these falls? The smartphone continues to work?

    • VikontD
      September 14, 2016

      I think if phone didn’t work, this video was not posted. Uhans A101 good phone, I think. I want to buy.

    • Josi Roshen
      September 24, 2016

      If the reality is so, then great …

  3. Matthéo
    September 6, 2016

    I’m glad to see uhans didn’t fake the video … unlike Umi faking Umi London drop test :9

  4. Rem Anash
    September 24, 2016

    Tell me, what kind of security technology from mechanical effects used in Uhans A101? Awesome and alarming at the same time. Is it true it’s all …

  5. salik
    October 17, 2016

    Good test. About life. But it is interesting to me, Uhans A101 joined after this fall?