A Nokia phone reportedly saved a man’s life in Afghanistan when a bullet lodged in the device.

“A Nokia phone I worked on a few years ago saved the life of a man in Afghanistan last week,” tweeted Peter Skillman, a general manager at Microsoft Tuesday.  Skillman was previously a design executive at Nokia, which was purchased by Microsoft in 2014.

It is unclear whose life was saved by the phone, as are the circumstances surrounding the incident.

The Telegraph reports that the phone pictured is a Nokia 301, which was released in 2013.

This is not the first time that a phone has reportedly stopped a bullet. Other incidents include a Lumia 520 that prevented a bullet from hitting a Brazilian police officer in 2014 and an HTC Evo 3D that helped save a gas station clerk in Florida in 2013.