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December 04, 2009

Nokia N900 disassembly and stress tests

by Paul

We've had quite a busy week with our Nokia N900. Because we got it later than we'd hoped and half of America already had the handset, we decided we wanted to do something a little different. All of the un-boxings, reviews and tests had been done.

We decided to donate our N900 to science, well kinda. We put our N900, which is a rather beautiful device btw, through a series of stress tests. These include scratch tests, dust tests, pocket tests and drop tests. All in all I'd say the N900 is a pretty solid device and very well put together.

We then successfully completed a full disassembly and reassembly of the handset. The N900 was fully working at the end. The only issue was one of the screws snapping during reassembly. Though that was likely my fault for applying too much pressure.

For more information and the videos, checkout the links below.


N900 scratch tests N900 drop tests N900 pocket tests , N900 dust tests and the N900 disassembly video


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