World's thinnest smartphone doubles as a hammer
2012 equivalent of swallowing goldfish or seeing how many kids can fit into a payphone booth. We've seen the Nokia Lumia 900 and the HTC One X used as a hammer, although in the case of the latter, it wasn't a perfect replacement. Which brings up a point. Just because you see someone using their brand new handset as a hammer doesn't mean you should try it at home. Some of these tests are conducted by insurance companies or repair shops so the risk is limited. You wouldn't use your new Stanley hammer as a cellphone (if you do hear voices using it, call 911 immediately) so don't use your Oppo Finder or any mobile device as a hammer.
In the video, you'll see the Oppo Finder hammer some nails into a 2 x 4. Available in China at the dollar equivalent price of $393, this just might be the first smartphone whose first name you can write backward and forward and get the name correct. Meanwhile, the device has a 4.3 inch Super AMOLED Plus display. Under the hood is a dual-core 1.5GHz processor with 1GB of RAM and 16GB of native storage. On the back is an 8MP camera and Android 4.0 is installed. It all makes a wonderful addition to your tool chest portfolio of gadgets.
source: YouTube via Phandroid