Durability Test: Did The Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra Survived It?

Just as it has been with most new phones as they come out, JerryRigEverything  has decided to put the Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra through his regular durability crash test. Spoiler alert, the phone did well in most of the torture except the burn test which leaves a chunk of the display permanently damaged.

From the video, you will see the new Corning Gorilla Glass Victus in action. It manages to offer the same protection as previous generations’ with scratches appearing at a level 6 on Mohs hardness scale.

Speaking about the S Pen in action. We get an-depth look at the stylus and its innards including its tiny lithium-titanate (LTO) battery at the top and charging coil near the tip of the pen.

Samsung S Pen

The Ultrasonic under-display fingerprint scanner still works without any hitch even after getting scratched with a level 7 pick. The structure of the phone maintained its integrity as it does not flex under pressure.

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