The World's Thinnest Cell Phone Is Tough Enough To Hammer Nails Into Wood

A Chinese manufacturer called Oppo makes the world’s thinnest mobile phone, called the Finder. It measures only 6.65 milimeters thick. Now we learn via Dvice that it’s tough enough to hammer nails.

Coming in at $393, it’s a rather expensive hammer, though. Check the video below at 36 seconds to see it in action:

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