Torture test of OnePlus 7 Pro Aces JerryRigEverything
OnePlus recently launched its latest flagship duo, OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro. As expected from the company’s latest flagship, the OnePlus 7 Pro easily surpassed the latest torture test of Jerry Rig Everything. That’s how he went downstairs.
Like any other phone with Gorilla Glass protection these days, the OnePlus 7 Pro started getting scratches at level 6 on the Moh hardness scale, with deeper scratches at level 7. However, thanks to the Gorilla Glass 5 on the back, you will not get any scratch with a razor blade or coins.
The front pop-up camera showed the same results. The lens remained absolutely immaculate, which means that your images will not be affected, even after lifting the camera up and down countless times.
For reference, the hardness levels mentioned here are found in the Moh hardness scale, where the materials are classified according to strength and durability. As a general rule, material at a certain level on the Moh scale can only be scratched by the same or the hardest material.
For example, a level 5 material can not be scratched or damaged by a level 5 material, but it can be scratched by a level 6 or 7 material.
Fold and Burn Tests
When Zack tried to bend the device out of shape in the durability test, it showed a slight flex in the front and back, but nothing fatal since the phone remained completely intact.
After passing the burn test, other AMOLED phones generally do not survive exposure to a naked flame and begin to show dead pixels in less than 20 seconds. The OnePlus 7 Pro, on the other hand, was completely unharmed even after being exposed to the flame for almost a full minute, without showing dead pixels or burn marks. The screen was perfectly sensitive throughout the test.
Not all flagships are the same, some are more likely to break than others. However, this is not the case with the OnePlus 7 Pro. It is definitely a robust and reliable phone together with a lower price than that of the latest flagships. Zack is even going to call him one of his favorites this year.