Do not bend the Nothing Phone (1)
Following the release of the long-awaited Nothing Phone (1), numerous reviewers began to go into detail while testing it. JerryRigEverything, a slightly unusual critic, also tested the novelty's durability. How did she perform in the torturous test?
Photo Credits: Nothing/Promo
Nothing Phone (1), like any other smartphone, survived the scratch test. The display's resistance to them is the same as that of other competitors, and the device's aluminum sides can also be easily scratched, so be careful. It is critical, however, that you do not scratch the glass front and back panels with keys or money.
The phone also passed the test with a lighter attached to the screen, and the pixels were almost completely recovered. It is not expected that someone will hold a mobile device's display directly over a fire for 40 seconds, thus this is an excellent outcome.
The bending test is the final exam. This part of the video is always tense. We will add that a OnePlus 10 Pro, for example, failed the test and completely broke in the upper area, where the big camera module is housed. The first Nothing brand smartphone totally bending with pressure on the back without any symptoms of harm.
The pressure from the front, on the other hand, generates an ugly small bending in the area with the signal divisions. Furthermore, an unpleasant sound can be heard, indicating that the phone dislikes the bend test.
As Zack Nelson (JerryRigEverything) put it, these were the moments when the smartphone was on the verge of being completely destroyed. Fortunately, this did not occur, but for the future generation, it will undoubtedly be necessary to pay a greater emphasis on construction quality.
Post by Bryan C.