Drop test: Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra compares iPhone 11 Pro Max

This year’s Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra has a special stacking point, the first time corning Gorilla 6 glass is applied to both the front and back of the phone. Undoubtedly, this will greatly improve the strength of the mobile phone, more resistant to scratches, anti-drop and so on. The up main Phone Buff recently brought in the same level of iPhone Pro Max to do the drop test, knowing that last year Apple’s product stressed that they had the strongest iPhone ever to have a dual-ion exchange process on the back.

However, Wan Wan did not expect, the first round of 1 meter back fell toward the stone floor, the S20 Ultra landed later a free-floating body 180 degrees, but only the camera module edge and the four corners of the phone some traces, the iPhone 11 Pro Max back directly crushed into a big flower face.

Drop test: Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra compares iPhone 11 Pro Max

The second round of the 1m phone fell in the corner, although both were damaged, but the stainless steel frame of the iPhone is stronger.

The third round was facing down and the S20 Ultra turned again, with the iPhone 11 Pro Max’s frontal display area visibly fractured and the S20 Ultra just breaking on the edge, at which point both machinetouch functions were normal.

Drop test: Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra compares iPhone 11 Pro Max

Seen here, Samsung seems to be better. However, the PB’s final positive drop test found that the Pro Max had not worked until the 10th time it had a camera component, the S20 Ultra was added for the first time, the screen fingerprint was hung up, and the second touch partially failed.

So strictly speaking, these two mobile phone users, are still obedient with a set of all-