Samsung Galaxy Note10+ durability tested on video
The Samsung Galaxy Note10+ is Samsung’s biggest Note phone yet. With a huge 6.8-inch screen and razor thin bezels, will this phone survive the scratch, burn, and bend tests?
YouTuber Zack from JerryRigEverything has posted a new durability video testing Samsung’s latest flagship phone. If you want to see how the Galaxy Note10+ would fare in the ultimate durability test, check out his video below.
Although the S Pen offers new gyroscope-based gestures and a built-in Bluetooth radio, the exterior is still made of painted plastic and snaps right in half under pressure. Like the Note9, the Note 10+ does not let you insert the S Pen backwards.
Both the front and rear glass panes are made of Gorilla Glass 6, but Samsung included a factory-installed screen protector on the display glass this year. Both sides of the phone scratch at level 6 hardness, with deeper scratching on level 7. Even with deep level 7 scratches, the ultra-sonic fingerprint sensor still works normally.
Finally comes the bend test – which proved that the Galaxy Note 10+ is not only beautifully, but also sturdily built. The phone had no weak points in its structural integrity to survive the bend test. Even in the other direction, there was barely flex and no buckling of glass.
Well phone is durable thats true but having no gorrila glass or GG 6 doesnt matter because a panzer glass for just 2 euros from alieexpress does the same thing apart is ffar more cheaper than gorrila glass 6.
- 24 Aug 2019
I want a ballistic case
- 23 Aug 2019
Samsung never failed the durability test I guess.
- 23 Aug 2019