Yesterday the world was a video in which Nexus 6P was broken in half with a little pressure. Will the new flagship Google will be the hero the next views BendGate and its potential owners have nothing to fear? Not necessarily.
Nexus 6P, except as every new device these days, became the hero of the first test ,, '', checking its potential strength. The greatest acclaim came with the video: How do you see the Nexus 6P doused the test altogether. The front quick and rear smartphone proved to be susceptible to scratches (display almost burst at some point), and then the whole was broken in half like a stick with a small force, which the author himself summed up by saying that his sister calmly to deal with that advised (trial fire let me not comment, because its meaning can not see). But a quick glance allowed to see some inconsistencies that have proven the following two videos: As you can see on the first one only weight greater than 90 pounds (nearly 41 kg) could in any way damage the Nexus with stable Huawei. The second filmiku author tries to bend the smartphone with your hands in several different ways, but this time those attempts were unsuccessful. In this situation it is 2: 1 for the Nexus 6P (in fact even more, but let that not all possible I will post the videos). So how is it possible that in the first test, he fell so tragically? Well, the solution is at least a few. First glance at the back of the test there Copy allows us to suggest that this is not the final version of the product. As we know all the prototypes do not have to be as equipped as the version that has hit the shelves, especially when it comes to quality (housing or the display). Secondly, given filmiku first smartphone before bending was scorching and most importantly screen rupture, which could result in reduced stiffness of the whole structure and facilitate the destruction of the device. Anyway, the whole thing seems to be a course made up (more or less like the whole thing with iPhones, which anyway will not be repeated again), so potential owners of the Nexus 6P can breathe easy – provided that they like the change in Google software policy. Source: JerryRigEverything, Total Tech PhoneArena