Renowned YouTube channel JerryRigEverything has tested its massive leading smartphone סמסונג - and provided much praise for him
A few years ago Zach Nelson, the favorite bald guy behind the well-known YouTube channel JerryRigEverything, was one of those who helped illustrate that Smartphones Oversized ones made of metal can fold and break with surprising ease - and to our delight since that Bendgate affair the major manufacturers have indeed begun to invest more effort in the engineering and design of their products to make them last longer. Today, the smartphones that surround us are larger than ever before, but it seems that the vast majority of them are very tough and will not warp even if someone sits on them or grips them in a not particularly careful way - even without thick and heavy outer protective covers.
The proof to this point is moving well now from the Galaxy S20 Ultra סמסונג, With a formidable 6.9-inch screen and a weight of 222 grams which make it one of the largest smart devices on the shelves, and also one of the most expensive with an initial cost of 1,400 euros in Europe and 4,500 shekels in the country - and despite the luxurious metallic body and huge display panel סמסונג Managed to maintain uncompromising durability.
The huge device landed in Zach's hands, and it approved the use of a pre-installed plastic layer and a protective cover from the Gorilla Glass family over the screen (which comes with a much milder curve this time around Galaxy Previous s, which is supposed to help with its improved durability even from blows and falls) that will be resistant to scratches from relatively soft metals used in various keys and coins, verified the reliability of the supersonic fingerprint scanner that hides under the screen and continues to work properly even when cladding accumulates a large amount of scratches - and also showed that the device is not impressed by an attempt to bend it using the hands from the front or the back.
Although the S20 Ultra showed minimal bending when applying power at a much higher level than expected - but returned to its original intended form and of course continued to operate without any problems or glitches and without visible damage, and therefore passed the test fully and appreciably.
There are quite a few good reasons to give up buying Unlocked At NIS 4,500, even when it comes to a rather sophisticated and unique device - but it seems that questions about its physical durability are not one of them: there is a device here that definitely feels like a tank in the full sense of the word. Considering buying it or prefer one of the cheaper and more compact siblings? Let's tell us.