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Hello,

I would like to know if it's possible that, after a fall of 3 feet on a wooden floor, a component or anything else on my HTC One (m8) has been broken and made the device a little bit slow?

I'm a little paranoid about that, so thanks in advance for the answer.
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Highly doubt it but anything is possible.

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A broken component or a system damage wouldn't have bigger consequences?
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A broken component or a system damage wouldn't have bigger consequences?
Correct. Like if you dropped it and it wouldn't turn on.

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This is a pretty ambiguous question. I've seen phones survive 6 foot drops but not a simple 2 ft slip of the hand. I'll just comment on the build quality, and will say that it is top notch.

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Thanks for your answers. I checked everything as the camera, LED, vibrate, gyro... and everything seems fine, so I come to the conclusion that it's is a coincidence. And I trust the amazing built quality of the M8.
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