- Tram Ho
Although it has been launched for a while, Galaxy Note 10 is still the focus of the trials and tortures from technology YouTubers.
Most recently, the Techrax specialized vandal testing channel dropped the Galaxy Note 10 from the top of a spiral staircase nearly 100 meters high to see if it could survive.
The results were not too surprising, but also made the audience admired for the durability of this machine.
Before the device was dropped, testers installed a plastic case on the edges and turned on the camera on the device during the drop to record the whole process of dropping the Galaxy Note 10 test. land.
Galaxy Note 10 is wrapped around the edges
In the first test, though the device only dropped about 15 floors before hitting the floor, the glass back of the device was nearly broken. Meanwhile the front of the machine is almost unharmed and still works stably.
In the second test, the machine also landed early due to collision with the stair railing, but the machine was generally okay. At the last try, the machine continued to fall to the floor of a floor and was unable to land successfully.
Also at this time can see the glass back of the machine more cracked but the front of the machine absolutely does not appear any cracks. Most likely due to the machine landing on the back more than in all three drops.
Readers can see the details of the Galaxy Note 10 drop test from the nearly 100-meter stairs below:
Test screen dropped Galaxy Note 10 from the staircase nearly 100 meters high
Source : Trí Thức Trẻ