The Pixel 4 XL smartphone failed the durability test. With a bang

In mid-October, Google introduced the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL smartphones. The eldest of them got famous

blogger Zach Nielson (JerryRigEverything) to test his durability.

Passed verification?

The first two tests showed fairly predictableresults: as in almost all modern smartphones, the Pixel 4 XL display is scratched by objects with a hardness of more than 6 on the Mohs scale, and the pixels burn out over the fire and quickly recover.

The most interesting was the test of strength. Nothing boded ill, but the body of the Pixel 4 XL immediately cracked when Zack tried to bend it. As a result, four large cracks formed on the sides above and below. As it turned out, the antennas are located in these places. They became the “Achilles heel” of the flagship.

According to Zach, it is strange to observe such a problem in a very expensive device. Therefore, the owners of the Pixel 4 XL should be careful and take care of your gadget.

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