Huawei Smartphones Defy Beliefs About China’s Products, Allegedly Blocked Bullets & Saved Lives

Companies and people have been trying to prove the durability of products by subjecting them to harsh, sometimes inhumane, stress tests. 

Like IKEA and their quality testing machines.

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Samsung’s hammer drop test.

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And LG Curve with the bend test.

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Well, if it comes to stress test, I believe nothing can beat what Huawei’s smartphones allegedly did. And to top it off, it wasn’t even a test.

Okay, maybe it was. Because Huawei’s smartphones were put to the test and they came out so far ahead it wasn’t even funny. 

Samsung and Apple should be sweating right now.

Huawei Honor 5X Saved Chilean Man’s life After Blocking a Bullet For Him

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I believe I speak for all of us when it comes to China products: that it sucks and the quality is typically bad. Well, you might just change your mind after reading about this.

A man withdrew 3 million Chilean Pesos (~SGD6468) from his uncle’s pension account at a bank in Santiago, Chile. He and his uncle were drinking coffee when they were mugged by three robbers.

The man attempted to fight back but was shot by one of the robbers. 

Fortunately, the area that he was shot at was where he placed his Huawei Honor 5X.

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The phone managed to stop the bullet and save his life. Two of the robbers were arrested but the last robber managed to escape with the money.

Oh, you might say one is a fluke; how about twice?

Huawei P8 Lite Bit the Bullet For South African Businessman

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In August 2016, it was reported that a South African businessman was shot in his chest at close range during an armed robbery outside his home. 

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The 9mm bullet, fired from 2-metres away, totally destroyed the device but the owner was found to be in good condition at the hospital. 

Huawei took this chance to gift Abraham with a new Huawei P9 Lite in case he ran into further troubles on the street.

On a side note, this netizen’s comment is too funny not to share: Big deal! Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 could be used as a grenade.

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