Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra passed another durability test

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra passed another durability test. A few short hours ago, we provided you with a video demonstrating the “durability” of the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra. Here we are again with another film—another movie demonstrating the “durability” of a product. Don’t worry; neither you nor we have lost our minds; this is not the same video.

This one comes from Zack from JerryRigEverything, a seasoned pro for evaluating smartphones’ endurance. Because he is the one who virtually designed this format, we asked him for his opinion on Samsung’s most recent and greatest product, the Galaxy Note 9, and how well it can handle a variety of stressors.

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra passed another durability test.

If you cannot see the video for any reason, we will do our best to summarize its important aspects here; nevertheless, there will be clear spoilers ahead. The glass scratch test is where everything begins, as it always has been, and level 6 on the Mohs hardness scale is where you will first see markings; level 7 is where you will notice deeper grooves.

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As anticipated, the sides are made of metal, and so are the buttons. The screen can withstand an open flame for around one minute, and there are no issues whatsoever when attempting to bend it from either of its two sides, regardless of how long you expose it to the flame. Hold tight because our review of the Galaxy S23 Ultra is now being baked, and it will be ready for consumption very soon if you are interested in reading it.

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