UMIDIGI C Note Survives 6 Levels of Concrete Strikes, Tough Metallic Unibody Proved

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The sturdiness of a phone is something potential customers want to check before the actual purchasing with hard-earned money. The smartphone maker UMIDIGI is well aware of this, and thus, they made a video showing how their latest product, UMIDIGI C Note, a premium built phone with full metallic unibody, can survive in different hand-held height that may likely to happen in real life situation. Well, seemingly they are testing by a guy who’s about 1.80 meters (5.9 ft) tall.


To demonstrate the build quality of UMIDIGI C Note, the company has run a test dropping the device in various height at the same spot to the concrete ground, in which way it’s easier for you to tell the durability of the full-metal unibody phone from UMIDIGI.

UMIDIGI C Note drop test

From the video, it shows that the full metallic built UMIDIGI C Note is still safe and sound dropping from 1.8 meters high, no serious damage was caused on C Note’s back, side, bottom and front, and it still functions as normal after the concrete strike.

The full-metal unibody of UMIDIGI C Note proves to be rather durable and solid in surviving the general fall offs in daily use.

You can now enter UMIDIGI official website to win a free UMIDIGI C Note, the way to participate is pretty easy, just comment what features you like the most about UMIDIGI C Note.