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February 26, 2013 by Dan Nixon
The Sony Xperia Z is one of the most durable smartphones in the world, thanks to its super tough design and the fact that it is fully water resistant. But this got us thinking, just how durable does a modern smartphone have to be? Well, in seeking out the answer we came across some pretty interesting stats concerning the weird and wonderful ways that people have damaged or destroyed their phones. Whether it is dropping their beloved handset into a bucket of acid, to blowing a device sky-high as part of a fireworks display, there seems to be no end to the ways in which people have mutilated their mobiles. To give you an insight into some of these handset horror stories, we’ve put together this rather nifty infographic:
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