Nokia phones don't break?
That's what they're trying to get you to believe, anyway.
So, Nokia is attempting to convince phone users everywhere that its phones, in fact, do not break-- comparably so to the commonly screen-shattered iPhone and Galaxy.
Perhaps they don't break because they don't leave their packaging?
Or is it because, as CNET News says, "Nokia is like the classic car of phones?"
Despite reason, Nokia's efforts to one-up their way back into the limelight [circa a decade ago?] they once owned pre-Galaxy, iPhone, and all other smart phone devices.
Do you think Nokia can convince phone users to switch back to their old, yet reliable phone?