I am not quite sure what kind of obsession there is concerning the demolition of shiny new devices, for instance, the Will it Blend? series that involved a shiny new Apple Watch not too long ago. In the first place, who would bother going through the trouble of blending a new smartphone or piece of wearable tech? Is it some sort of sado-masochism condition? Now how about this – a smartphone that has not even gone on sale in Russia yet, the Huawei Honor 7, and yet it has been captured on video to be right smack in the middle of not one, but two explosions, with the latter being more powerful than the first.

Victor, a demolitions expert, was the one who supervised the entire shebang. According to Huawei, the Huawei Honor 7 comes with a fully metal body that is made out of aviation grade aluminum, now that is some serious and heavy firepower, don’t you think so? It ought to arrive with an extremely solid piece of glass for the display as well as a very sturdy assembly, and hence placing it in the middle of an explosion saw that apart from some soot on the outside, the handset worked just fine after that.

Not content with the initial blast which was thought to be too soft, Victor went ahead to spice things up by adding more fuel to the potential blast, and the next blast saw the handset literally fly some yards away from the epicenter. Needless to say, the handset continued to work normally, its pride as intact as the chassis. Pretty tough phone, don’t you think so? I suppose this is when one would make an attempt to blend it to prove its toughness…

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3100 mAh
  • Non-Removable
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