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NoMad
24d

I slept on my phone.

Like, physically ON my phone.

Now I'm worried it might be broken in ways I haven't noticed yet... 🤦🏻‍♀️

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  • 5
    Not really, housing and components of phones have a very good resistance. The flaw is almost always the screen. So if the screen is ok, the phone should be to
  • 8
    All that broken phones but you broke my heart
  • 5
    @uyouthe I DID NOT! WHO ++ YOU? WHEN DID I EVEN? HOW? WHY? DON'T MAKE THINGS GO OUT OF HAND! AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!
  • 4
    I was trying to send you good vibes, but I didn't mean it like that...
  • 5
    @Jilano oh, so that's why I slept with the back of my shoulders on it. Next time, just buy me a session with a masseur. 😛
  • 3
    @NoMad For your birthday maybe, but have you seen how expensive those things can be? It'd be cheaper to just buy 4-5 phones and make them vibrate... We should also try with gamepads.
  • 2
    Dropped mine on the floor in the bathroom a few days ago and destroyed the screen.

    You're doing better than I am ;)
  • 2
    Learning 3GPP standards by osmosis. Good job!
  • 1
    How did you slept on your phone? I am curious. Do you lay on top of your phone or do you use it as a pillow?
  • 1
    @mr-user I legit have no idea how it ended up there...
  • 2
    @NoMad

    I am just wondering whether you are the same as me. I sometime fall asleep while reading on my phone.

    The next thing I know the sun have rise , birds are singing and the phone is under me and I am sleeping on top of it.
  • 1
    @mr-user lol imagine having an iPhone X and dropping it on your face while falling asleep and that stainless steel heavy af frame just fucking breaks your front teeth

    Now imagine that but with red hydrogen one
  • 3
    @mr-user I dropped my X yesterday and it fucking broke old plaster and paint on the wall and left a dent on the parquet but got not a single scratch on its metal frame
  • 1
    @uyouthe What is the damage to the screen? No damage?
  • 1
    @mr-user absolutely no damage. I realize tho that every drop is different and it’s all about luck
  • 2
    meh it's OK unless you had some charger/headphones plugged in.
  • 2
    Had that happen to me once... noticed the phone only after it fell off and hit the floor as I was putting on my shirt.
  • 4
    @theKarlisK That's why we told you multiple times not to sleep in the nude when you're napping in the office
  • 1
    @Jilano but it gets hot when the AC is borked and the servers are spinning.
  • 1
    @nomad I think most phones have a decent build quality. I remember I used to put my old moto x first gen on my pant's back pocket(butt) and I rode public transport(sitting) on 1 hour trip 5 days a week for 3 years, that old moto x is still kicking.

    Unless you have that infamous iphone 6 plus or xperia z3(which I had and bent just for existing).
  • 2
    @JhonDoe I dropped my Moto Defy+ of a 150m cliff during mountain climbing, landing on rocks, and it was OK. Granted, that phone was built for exactly that purpose, but still.

    There was a time window where phones became fragile. About 7 years ago or so, suddenly all brands dropped IP specs, discontinued "rugged" models, and got easy-to-shatter glass displays.

    But the last 2-3 years things are picking up again in terms of (display) durability and IP specs, I think customers got pretty sick of slippery phones and trips to screen repair shops.
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