Company OnePlus has unveiled its new flagship smartphone OnePlus 6, which received the appearance of the iPhone X. the Gadget has a characteristic "neck" at the top of the screen disposed therein a sensor, and based on the Snapdragon processor 845. While most of us were apprehensive about the fragility of the handset, popular tech YouTuber Zack Nelson from JerryRigEverything has put the OnePlus 6 through its paces with a string of durability tests. This is unlike the last year's OnePlus 5 and OnePlus 5T that both had a glass covering only at the front.
The good news for fans is the OnePlus 6 holds up comparatively well during the procedures. The Moh's test used by the YouTuber revealed that the display gets scratched at level 6 and visible groves appear at the level 7. The rear glass panel also survived an extensive slaughter by a razor blade without it leaving a nick. The screen withstood an open flame for about 20 seconds, after which the pixels exposed to it permanently died.
The wallpaper creator shares on his blog that OnePlus asked him to come up with clean yet artistic wallpapers that don't skimp it in the vibrancy department. While that's to be expected from an AMOLED panel, what's surprising is that despite there being some flex in the frame, no cracks or kinks were present after a significant amount of force was applied when bending the phone. "I believe this is in part due to the plastic lining between the glass and the metal frame but either way this new OnePlus flagship passes my durability test and is definitely daily driver material", the YouTuber said in the video.