Huawei Nexus 6P Miserably Failed The “Durability” Tests

Posted: Oct 31 2015, 11:50am CDT | by , Updated: Nov 2 2015, 10:25pm CST , in Technology News

Huawei Nexus 6P Miserably Failed The “Durability” Tests

After getting the worst repair score from ifixit, Huawei 6P now gets tortured hard.

Due to the much popularity of the iPhone 6 and #bendgate, each new phone and tablet is subjected to many bends and tortures on YouTube now.

The Nexus 6P was just recently the victim by JerryRigEverything. After the famous bend test it was also pressurized to go through a scratch and burn test.

To tell the truth, the entire series of tests was a picture of Nexus 6P’s delicate body and texture. And, when it comes to durability, to be very frank, Nexus failed it very badly.

Let’s first begin with the infamous scratch test. The YouTuber used a bunch of picks that vary on the Mohs Scale of Hardness to scratch the display.

The display fared really well in this test by scratching right around level 6, which is the place you'd anticipate that glass will scratch.

Nonetheless, after the scratch test was done, the display appeared to split effortlessly. The back of the Nexus 6P was anything but difficult to scratch with a razor and keys.

After scratch, it was the turn of burn test. It was performed by holding a fire specifically to the display; it immediately left a permanent white spot.

The bend test was the most amazing of the three. The Youtube uploader imposing all the tortures in the 6P was able to easily twist the phone totally in half his with simply his bare hands.

This test wasn’t supposedly fair. The display has been scratched and burned prior, which thus caused a weakness in the structure of the device, making simpler to bend.

See video and decide for yourself about the new Huawei Nexus 6P. Well! Huawei won’t be much happy to see the device happily destructing.

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