We usually buy a mobile phone for calling, texting, socializing or just playing games. So, the functional phone is what we like and appreciate. Zack from JerryRigEverything usually buys phones to destroy them, so we (users or rest of the bloggers) don’t have to do that. Since he is usually testing the durability of the phones, it was natural thing to test the durability of the new Nokia 3310 since it is successor to the hardest product ever made on the Earth.
Nokia 3310 isn’t scratch proof, since it is a feature phone, but it is built from coloured polycarbonate, so scratch part will still be coloured as the rest of the body. Screen scratched easily so does the camera cover and you should take care of that. But it is a feature phone so you won’t mind few scratches when texting.
Durability is why you buy the new 3310, and it is durable as you can see in the next JerryRigEverything video. Phone has rather solid construction that ensures its sturdiness.