iPhone SE is not as durable as the iPhone 6S.
All new phones are now subjected to wear and tear as they enter the market; hence the iPhone SE was also tested for the same.
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JerryRigEverything has also posted a video in which the new iPhone SE is burnt, scratched and bent.
While the SE fails the bend test and arches as a rock, it proves the usage of the older premium 6000 series and not the newer Aluminium 7000 series, but since the screen remains short, the issue isn’t much of a big problem.
The burn and scratch tests seem fair enough as the glass scratches with the same amount as the Samsung Galaxy S7.
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Surprisingly the soft keys and other metals were not much damaged.