Video Tour: Motorola i680 Brute
Phone Scoop beats the snot out of the Motorola i680 Brute, an iDEN phone for Sprint Nextel. What sort of abuse can it take? Watch the video to find out!
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Phone Scoop goes a little overboard with the Motorola i680 Brute. We stuff it into snow, kick it, throw it on the ground, drive over it with a car, hit it with a hammer, and warm it up with a blow torch. Did it survive? Find out by watching the video here:
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Then, I stumbled upon your video (good one in fact) while I was looking for an att phone that offered wi-fi without forcing me to buy a package. is there one? The internet says yes but when I go into stores, they say- oh no. that ended. but how can you offer a feature then force people to buy your package?
Actually warranty only covers manufactures defects in the product such as electronic circuitry, build quality (under normal recommended use), and connectivity.
Insurance DOES cover Liquid Damage, but the...
Ran over by a Car
I hate to tell you this but you can visibly see that the tires of that car never even touched that cell phone. You can tell that he put it just to the inside of the tire. LOL What a joke. And whats the point of the phone still working if you cant even see the screen to know who your dialing or what your doing????? Nice try though.