OnePlus recently launched its next-generation flagship lineup, the OnePlus 9 series and the top-end device in the series is the OnePlus 9 Pro. Soon after the announcement, JerryRigEverything shared a video showcasing the phone’s durability test.
To protect it from scratches, the phone comes with a screen protector pre-installed. After removing the film from the top, it started scratching from level 6 while deeper grooves started forming at level 7, which is pretty standard.
The device also comes with an optical in-display fingerprint sensor and even after scratching the screen at level 7, the sensor works fine without any issues, which is impressive but not surprising for a flagship device.
The OnePlus 9 Pro has a metal build and the buttons on the phone are also made up of metal, making the device more durable than the plastic body. Further, the phone is rated IP68, making it water and dust-resistant.
The highlight of the device is the camera module for which the company has partnered with Hasselblad this time. There are four sensors on the back, along with an LED flash, and it’s good to see that scratching the camera module doesn’t affect the phone.
The final test performed on the device was the bend test to check the phone’s durability. It was tested by trying to bend the smartphone both inwards and outways. The device survived both tests without any issues, not even a crack.
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