With the launch of Samsung’s new flagship, the Galaxy S20 Ultra, new ruggedness tests have begun to be published one after the other. Tests by two different YouTube channels show that the Galaxy S20 Ultra is impressively robust.
The new flagship series Galaxy S20, announced by South Korean technology giant Samsung on February 11, is officially launched. While ordinary users enjoy their new smartphones, technology editors who did not have the opportunity to access the device in advance started their own tests. A resilience test that has now emerged shows that the Galaxy S20 Ultra is much more robust than expected.
A YouTube channel called “JerryRigEverything”, which levelly tests how durable the screens, frames and cameras of phones are, has this time handled the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra and revealed that the device is much more robust than expected.
Ruggedness test on Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra
The durability test for the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra makes it clear that the phone gives very impressive results, especially when it comes to scratching and twisting. Touching on this in the video he made, YouTuber says that the Gorilla Glass 6 protected screen is indeed scratch resistant. In addition, the phone gives very satisfying results in bending despite all the power applied.
Galaxy S20 Ultra is more robust than iPhone 11 Pro Max
JerryRigEverything is not the only YouTube channel to test the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra for durability. PhoneBuff, a popular YouTube channel about smartphones, also tested the Galaxy S20 Ultra for durability. However, this test was not performed individually, but with the iPhone 11 Pro Max, the biggest competitor of the Galaxy S20 Ultra. The tests show that the Galaxy S20 Ultra is much more robust than the iPhone 11 Pro Max.
As you can see in the video above, the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra offers better durability than the iPhone 11 Pro Max. In the drop tests, both the screen and the back panel of the Galaxy S20 Ultra give better results than the iPhone 11 Pro Max. This result may be decisive for consumers who are currently considering buying a new flagship phone.