The flagship Huawei P20 can not be denied a solid construction … or a huge dose of happiness. The smartphone was subjected to one of the toughest endurance tests in history, from which he came out on a stretcher, but with a shield on his shoulder. We know what the fall from the 21st floor for the Chinese model means.
We are used to the dismal damage of smartphones during ordinary fall tests, in which phones fall from relatively small heights. We can use them to check how the housing and screen of the device will behave during random and unpleasant events, such as releasing the phone from the hands during a conversation. But what will happen in a situation when we subject our smartphone to a truly extreme flight? This happened to the flagship Huawei P20, which by accident fell out of the 21st floor of the building (50 m) and landed on hard pavement. Amazingly, the smartphone made the two glass sheets really well.
Indestructible Huawei P20
Falling from this height is one of the last challenges that we would like to subject our smartphone to, and even worse would be the effects of such an event. The Huawei P20's back cover has, for obvious reasons, cracked and bent, and the double camera has also been damaged directly.The front part of the flagship , which was covered with safety glass, coped much better . Both the screen and the screen cracked, but the user reports that the display has retained its tactile properties. In addition, the happy Huawei P20 still supports Face Unlock, Bluetooth connectivity and Wi-Fi. This is a kind of phenomenon in the so-called drop-tests, but do not succumb to exaggerated euphoria too quickly. Such a coincidence is rather the merit of luck and the place where the Huawei P20 came into contact with the ground. After all, I do not recommend testing it on your own copy or on any other model.
What does Huawei do?
We even had an official response from Huawei, who considered the event to be sad and recommended to back up the data, as well as going to the nearest point of the manufacturer to perform the repair. Do you think that in Poland the smooth exchange of the effects of such damage would be possible? Source