Last month, there was a similar news about Huawei P8 which reportedly saved a man's life.
Peter Skillman, Microsoft's General Manager of Core UX for Windows Desktop, Tablet - has tweeted a picture of a Nokia phone that took a bullet for a man in Afghanistan and apparently saved his life.
Last month, there was a similar news about Huawei P8 which reportedly saved a man's life in South Africa when a man called Siraaj Abrahams got shot while he was returning home from a birthday party. Though in both the incidents phones were damaged beyond repairable but who cares they saved a man's life.
Though Huawei is new to the game, Nokia is an old player. Back in 2014, Nokia Lumia 520 saved the life of Brazilian policeman and obviously it was destroyed in the process. While, devices like iPhone 5c have been there up with Nokia as well.
While, at one end, Smartphones are saving lives, on the other end, phones are exploding causing threat to both life and property. Samsung has already had enough of issues with the Note 7 even after the famous recall of 2.5 million units which costed the company about $1 billion.
Not only the Note 7, even smartphone such as OnePlus One and iPhone 7 are exploding though the reason here was not the manufacturing default. Nevertheless, today, there are two kinds of smartphones - One which can save your life and One which can kill you. Stay Safe!
Last week, HMD Global announced to enters the mobile market with Nokia branded mobile phones under an exclusive 10-year global brand license agreement.
The company also announced that the new Nokia smartphones on Android operating system will be available in H1 2017.
Recently, Nokia confirmed its plans to re-enter the smartphone industry in 2017, through a presentation slide.
Sightings confirm Nokia's plan to re-enter the smartphone market in 2017. Specs indicate a strong bid in the mass market segment.
The company is expected to make a comeback in 2017 after Microsoft acquired and almost finished the brand.
After images of the Android powered D1C smartphone, the Nokia P1 could be Nokia's android flagship.
Earlier, the Nokia D1C was spotted on GFXBench, GeekBench, and AnTuTu bench-marking websites. The phone is expected to be priced under Rs 15,000 to make a serious dent in share for brand Nokia.
Recently, Nokia D1C was appeared on GFXBench bench-marking website with 13.8-inch display.
From once being a leader in mobile industry to telecom equipment supplier, its been a roller-coaster ride for Nokia.
Earlier this month, the Nokia D1C was spotted on GeekBench and AnTuTu.