Dropping Mobile Is Like Having A Heart Attack, Did You Ever?

India
September 5, 2017 10:33am CST
Today mobile phones are like life partners you have them more close then we actually have our really ones in life. And when you are so much dependent on something and seeing it bang head on the ground is like having a Heart Attack. We all do experience such incidents at some point of life and today was my day, or shall I say my cell phones day he had himself fractured on the skull in the morning. I mistakenly kept my phone on the refrigerator and forgot it, it was half on the upper edge of the door which made him make a somersault and land straight on his head and then flat on his face(screen). The impact was so loud that the sound had sent chills down my spine, I was almost in coma for a moment until I lifted him to check if he was still breathing. Thank God he was and has survived with a minor dent on his anodized 6000 series aluminum body, that's what the iPhone says its back is made of. I hope he has no internal concussion which would later need any open heart surgery. Image Credit:- Pixabay Free Image Data Base.
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@holdoors (1349)
• Malaysia
5 Sep
Yes, it is shocking when it drops. Mini heart attacks will happen.
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• India
5 Sep
@holdoors Learn from my mistake and to avoid having an Heart Attack get an Body Armor for your smart phone like @louievill
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@SIMPLYD (75383)
• Philippines
20 Oct
My phone always slipped from my hands to the ground. It also fell from the table to the floor but not as high as from a refrigerator. So far, after that, it is still okay. However, I noticed that it keeps hanging up whenever I am typing at Messenger or maybe it is because it is of heavy traffic at Messenger.
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• India
21 Oct
@SIMPLYD In your case its due to the heavy traffic on your messenger not any hardware issues the day you start getting battery issues or frequent reboots its time your mobile is giving based on its past falls. Actually it really doesn't matter how safe you try to keep you device it has to have that one in while somersault from your hand or pockets. Anyways its good that your device is not showing any hardware issues, and hope it doesn't in the near future.
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@SIMPLYD (75383)
• Philippines
22 Oct
@nitirrbb7 Thank you for that information . Yesterday, i went to Globe and came to know my contract has expired so I asked for renewal and my new free phone. By Tuesday, I shall go back there to give anther valid ID as i didn't bring them. I requested for SamsuNg Galaxy J7 Pro. I am thinking of selling my present one for a very low price of course. he he he
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• India
22 Oct
@SIMPLYD You have made a right choice going for Samsung J series, I just recently gifted my wife with J7 Prime 32GB 2017. I would like to advice you with one thing that J7 Pro. which you are preferring has no Corning Gorilla Glass protection which is vulnerable to scratches and wont service any fall even from the smallest height. It even does not support fast charging which could be of use if you have less time and need to get your battery juiced up in comparatively less time. The second thing it does not have Type-C reversible connector which means it wont support OTG transfer from mobile straight to your portable devices. The major set back is the Glass Protection, you say you regularly drop your phone then this is just not the right one I guess. Try another one in Samsung which at-least has a Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protection on it.
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@ebanreb (4832)
• Philippines
30 Oct
Thats true. Mobile phones are already considered investments. So better take good care of it
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• India
30 Oct
@ebanreb Yeah just like assets without which living has become impossible.
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@ebanreb (4832)
• Philippines
30 Oct
@nitirrbb7 to avoid simple heart attack then make sure that the mobile phone should have protective cover
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• India
31 Oct
@ebanreb Great that will surely avoid heart attacks.
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@JudyEv (101183)
• Bunbury, Australia
27 Sep
I don't have a mobile phone so I won't need to worry about these sorts of problems.
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• India
27 Sep
You must be kidding me, how do you manage without a mobile phone in today's world. Even if you are good with it all those close to you must be getting annoyed at times trying to reach you when you are not at home. Actually in today's world even if you don't want to have a mobile you have to have one, but you are unique god knows how you make it out without one. You know you could actually write a post on this that you don't use a mobile.
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@JudyEv (101183)
• Bunbury, Australia
28 Sep
@nitirrbb7 We are retired so our circle of friends probably isn't as wide as some. And we're not out a lot. If we are people just have to try later or leave a message - like people used to do before they grew mobiles on the ends of their hands. Good suggestion about the post - I'll think about it!
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• India
4 Oct
@JudyEv Actually I believe in living the way you do, mobiles have disturbed our lives more then they made it better. Anyways waiting for you post .
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@DaddyEvil (22421)
• United States
15 Nov
You are too funny, Nitin! You talk about your phone as if it was an actual living, breathing being instead of a hunk of metal and glass! (I am thinking I should tell your wife you have someone else! I am just joking, my friend! It would be funny for me to tell your wife something like that, but she might do something bad to you, so I will not tell on you...) I used to drop my other phones, but haven't dropped this one, yet. (I hope I don't drop this one, too! I like it!)
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• India
15 Nov
@DaddyEvil You actually caught me right I do take all my things more personal as if they are really living things, that must have given you an idea if I can take the non living things so personal then what about humans and animals. I believe that all that we are associated with in daily life need to be treat with equal respect and love no matter if living or non. I believe if we treat them that way they serve you better and for a long time anyways they serve you selflessly and a little respect is a must what say? And if you are spiritual then according to the Hindu Holly Book Bhagwat Geeta, the lord has addressed that there is nothing in this world living or non living in which I don't exist. My wife the only Lord in my life, she will kill me if she listens to you that there is someone else in my life.
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@DaddyEvil (22421)
• United States
20 Nov
@nitirrbb7 (grinning at you!) I believe all things should be respected for the things they can do, whether by design or by accident. My phones usually work well for me for about 3 years, treated gently. Yes, then I don't even want to tease you that I will tell your beautiful wife about the other beings in your life. She would hurt you and I would be forced to laugh... a lot!
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• India
23 Nov
@DaddyEvil If you can workout your phone for 3 years then you made the most of it, because nowadays phones don't make over a year for some. You know I have a phone w550i it has made a decade and finally gave up on me last year. Before marring my wife I was to my cell phones but now I have given up on all the R&D on phones.
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@rubyriaz007 (2595)
• India
26 Nov
Yes, I have dropped my mobile several times,but luckily nothing happened to it. When it fell down from my hand,I thought it was the end of it but nothing happened.
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• India
26 Nov
Great it survived but be careful next time because the first impact makes the screen a little brittle.
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• India
26 Nov
@nitirrbb7 Yes I will be very careful from now on wards.
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@dramagirl26 (3438)
• Ringgold, Virginia
1 Oct
I've dropped my phone a few times, but luckily I have a case so the phone didn't break.
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• India
4 Oct
@dramagirl26 That's really great of you to have it protected, I wished had mine on it wouldn't have that silly dent on it.
@kavinitu (1071)
5 Sep
How terrible! really heart breaking if you see that your phone falls by negligence. I'm glad to hear that your phone is breathing
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• India
6 Sep
@kavinitu Thanks Dear, I am glad too because its really that important for me.
@shynu44 (3241)
5 Sep
its a real heartbreak especially when the phone lands on its screen