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Putting the 2520's resin to a stretch test.
Testing out the keyboard on the 2520's battery case.
Four 2520's having their Start buttons tested for reliability.
Testing the USB port on the 2520.
Electrodes change the resistance of a capacitive touchscreen.
A platoon of classic Nokia flip-phones on a hinge-testing mechanism.
Pressure testing the durability of the 2520 tablet.
Some of the multiple oils and lotions Nokia tests on its products for staining and marring.
Nokia's drop test rig.
Mike Myers – Team Lead, Mechanical Testing.
A tumble tester, which repeatedly drops tablets and smartphones.
A vibration table, filled with fine dust.
Nokia's finely calibrated rainfall simulator.
Flex-testing a Lumia 2520 tablet.
Test-testing a 2520 tablet.
A 2520 tablet that sadly failed its drop test.
A look inside Nokia's QA lab.
A Ford SYNC head unit getting tested for Bluetooth connectivity.
An automated test script on the Lumia 2520.
Building 5, where many of Nokia's testing facilities lie.
A look inside an anechoic chamber.
The exterior of Nokia's San Diego offices.
One of the many giant faraday cages inside Building 5 that block RF interference.
Testing the color reproduction accuracy of the 2520's camera.
A human analog microphone.
A device used to split apart 2520 tablets.
A look inside the case of the 2520 tablet.
A comparison of the 2520 tablet to its early device concept.
A comparison of the 2520 tablet to its early device concept, showing the physical home button on the prototype.
Inside the 2520 chassis, showing the extra reinforcement built into the corners.
Boris Landwehr – Principal Designer, Industrial Design