Galaxy Note 10+ 5G Comes Out As A Winner In The Durability Test

Samsung recently launched its Note 10 phones only a few days ago. The Galaxy Note 10 and the Galaxy Note 10+ were put up for sale. Both premium smartphones are feature-rich. One thing that most customers want when they buy such expensive phones is their durability. While companies promise better build quality and solid internal testing, there is no real way to verify it. But a YouTuber has been in this for quite some time.

It’s been almost a long time since Samsung disclosed the first Galaxy Note. A phone with a 5.29-inch display may appear compact by the present benchmarks. However, the original Galaxy Note was ridiculed at the time as being awkward — even pointlessly — enormous. And numerous also called its stylus as a relic from the past. The situation was anything but favorable for the first Note. However, it’s safe to say that at least in terms of size, Samsung was ahead of the curve. Phablets as large-screen smartphones like the Galaxy Note were at first called. Now have become standard in the course of recent years.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G In The Durability Test

The famous YouTuber JerryRigestthing has released its new video with the 5G variant of the Galaxy Note 10+. In the video, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G faces a durability test on several fronts. And other phones on the same YouTube channel.



The Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ is protected by Corning’s Gorilla Glass 6 on the back and front. However, the phone comes with a factory-installed screen protector. While trying to scratch the Note 10+ 5G, it was discovered that both sides could scratch at level 6 hardness. Even with level 7, it was discovered that the on-screen fingerprint sensor worked properly.

The new S Pen stylus is made of plastic and breaks easily. Comes with an integrated Bluetooth radio and a capacitor among the other components.

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But what about the bend test? Note 10+ 5G has done quite well here. The phone seems to have a strong build quality with minimal weaknesses, so it manages to survive the curve test. The back and front of the smartphone did not flex properly during the test. The phone turned out to be a ‘winner’ during the durability test.

(Via: JerryRigestthing – YouTube)

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