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FaiKee    282

This was posted first in Weibo(Chinese Micro-blog); a guy let his Lumia 920 fell on his Surface Pro and broke his Surface Pro screen, he emailed directly to Stephen Elop and asked for compensation, and actually got a personal reply.

Chinese blog from Mydrivers.com.

http://news.mydrivers.com/1/257/257718.htm

Bing translate:

Lumia 920 broken Surface do? Elop weapon

2013-03-18 15:22:45 7913 reader author: kunpeng edit: kunpeng [Copy link] [claimed] comments (13)

SINA weibo users @ z7v recently sent a message to the CEO of Nokia's Elop , for he did not think really response.

Z7v said in a message he Lumia 920 broken Surface flat-panel screen, asking whether Nokia's negative about this responsibility. He in reply to messages of sympathy in doubling Lumia 920, then goes on to recommend that customers contact Microsoft solve at this point, after all, Surface plates are produced by Microsoft.

It is worth mentioning that this isn't the first time he respond to Chinese users of mail, it seems that Nokia CEO also was very loving.

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zhangm    1,210

The Surface didn't stand a chance...

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Nashy    1,359

Don't drop things on a screen. Simple.

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AsherGZ    485

Subject: When Lumia 920 kiss Surface, who win???

lmao

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Draconian Guppy    12,626

all your base are belong to us :p

But seriously... as stated above, don't drop anything on any screen

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Dot Matrix    7,163

I dropped my 920 on the sidewalk yesterday. The sidewalk cracked. :(

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Charisma    2,388

Nobody can be responsible for what happens after a Nokia product falls on it. It's the Chuck Norris of phones.

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Raa    1,408

Then who was phone?

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123456789A    4,709

Then who was phone?

it seems that Nokia CEO also was very loving

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remixedcat    2,766

Then who was phone?

apple wasn't phone.

and the surface would have won against apple.

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Alwaysonacoffebreak    692

"I hope the 920 is okay!"

LOL!

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.Neo    1,834

You can always try I guess...

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+The Evil Overlord    17,729

Nobody can be responsible for what happens after a Nokia product falls on it. It's the Chuck Norris of phones.

DAMMIT I wanted to make the Chuck Norris Joke :p

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The_Observer    293

hahahaha dropped my iphone onto my bed now my blankets are messed, will apple replace my blankets!!!!!

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HighwayGlider    138

3310 v/s 920

Who wins?

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+The Evil Overlord    17,729

3310 v/s 920

Who wins?

The N95 :p
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Phouchg    2,050

3310 v/s 920

Who wins?

You need the Large Nokia Collider to test that (disclaimer: destruction of the universe is a possibility)

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techbeck    5,101

Silly to email Nokia to see if they will be responsible for the Surface.

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Teebor    182

Nobody can be responsible for what happens after a Nokia product falls on it. It's the Chuck Norris of phones.

What happens if you drop your Nokia Lumia 920 on Chuck Norris? Is that the end of life on this planet?

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Charisma    2,388

What happens if you drop your Nokia Lumia 920 on Chuck Norris? Is that the end of life on this planet?

Not just this planet, my friend.

Have you read The Restaurant at the End of the Universe (one of the Hitchhikers Guide books)? You know when they're at Milliways and they see the entire universe being destroyed in a giant, beautiful explosion, and then afterwards it's just an endless expanse of nothing, for the rest of eternity?

Dropping a Nokia on Chuck Norris (or, perhaps, Chuck Norris onto a Nokia--source is a bit sketchy on the details) was the start of all that.

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Geoffrey B.    1,414

at least it was not an old school nokia phone it would have made a crater

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Growled    3,880

At least now we know that a Nokia phone is tougher than a Surface. That's good to know. ;)

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Shadrack    601

Surface screen size vs 920 screen size and taking into consideration of how likely a piece of glass will break...ah **** it! Yeah that 920 totally whooped the surface!

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FaiKee    282

Before you try the Lumia on Chuck's person, you need to first try it with his toilet paper........

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trip21    23

Silly to email Nokia to see if they will be responsible for the Surface.

Yeah I'm trying to get my head around why Nokia carries a responsibility for this guy purposly dropping the 920 onto the Surface to see what would happen. Sure Elop talks to the customers but I think he should have left this one alone.

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