Google's Pixel 6 Pro flagship doesn't flex or scratch - JerryRigEverything tested

Blogger JerryRigEverything got hold of a brand new Google Pixel 6 Pro smartphone, and it passed traditional tests

for strength. By the way, previous flagships of Google also passed this test, but not all coped with it successfully.

What about durability?

The new "pixel" turned out to be a very sturdy gadget.The protective glass covering the display, back panel and cameras is scratched by objects with a hardness of 7 on the Mohs scale, which means that you will not scratch your smartphone with ordinary keys, coins and other trifles in your pocket. At the same time, the sub-screen fingerprint scanner works stably even with scratches.

Most of the body frame is made of metal,but there are also plastic inserts that are afraid of sharp objects. The screen heating test, of course, did not pass, but it is useless, since it is unlikely that someone will burn their gadget.

But the test of durability will be useful to the owners of the Google Pixel 6 Pro. As much as JerryRigEverything tried to bend the body of the smartphone, it withstood it without difficulty or damage.

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