Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G durability test by JerryRigEverything

Galaxy Note 10

As always with the videos of the endurance tests carried out by Zack on JerryRigEverything YouTube channel, we warn those of our readers who have a weak heart or simply do not tolerate certain “violence” against technology. Especially when it comes to really expensive and beautiful devices, like the latest Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G, you may want to miss some tests. All the others can go on quietly and enjoy the first few minutes in which to admire the glittering colors of the back of the phone.

The test begins immediately in the most brutal of ways. They broke the S-Pen in two to analyze its contents. In this way, we see the various parts that allow the smartphone to locate and recharge it. And we discover that a solution is there to avoid inserting it backward into the housing and fitting it. As happened in the previous model.

Galaxy Note 10+ 5G durability test

Galaxy Note 10+

Gizchina News of the week

As with its predecessors, the screen test confirms the goodness of Gorilla Glass 6, both on the front and on the back, as well as the fact that the material used for the rest of the body is aluminum – and not steel as mistakenly declared by Samsung in a previous occasion. Even the deepest scratches, however, do not affect the functionality of the fingerprint reader integrated below the display.

Zack states that the resistance to the bending test is surprising considering the far from small size of the phone. Even the infamous lighter test has gone well. With the pixels that recover in the blink of an eye after enduring 20 seconds of fire (literally).

Source/VIA :
Previous Google brings the "new" material design of the Play Store to all users
Next Redmi Note 8 and Note 8 Pro to feature Helio G90T SoC