official test by the production co means nothing. When it'd been released, there'd be a lot of customers doing their own test and posting videos.
He didn't do a drop test... Just a scratch test really. its like tempered glass... scratch resistant..
It is not fake.most ceramics are quite hard.Hardrer than gorilla glass.In those teleshopping videos they do the drill test to gorilla glass of cheap nameless phones.My watch had a sapphire glass(which is harder) which i could never get to scratch whatever i do but one day the glass just dropped of the watch into floor and it broke into 3 different pieces(Dont buy Edifice watches).but with a good metal frame it can withstand normal drops with quite ease.But its toughness is not that great.So use of a protective cover is advised
See its a bit fake that video.... When mi3 launched it showed durability...but most of people mi3 I saw the side walls at corner got chipped out..it maybe decently good built... But showing like these videos making people fool is not good
Didnt look like a lot of pressure put on the back there but non the less the surface does look nice..... different nice i guess.
I wonder what a drop test will show?
Lilian, 30 Mar 2016Oh, come on, it's the official video, I can look like I am struggling too... There is no cera... moreRegardless...you can still see him touching the back of the phone with a saw and going at it. That alone would damage most of the phones. Obviously we have to wait for unofficial tests, but it is a decent durability. And it looks really nice.
Hahahaha...that dude is going at it. Almost as he would play that violin himself...only using files and saws. Impressive nonetheless. This may be the one to go to this year, providing you can get your hands on it.
Oh, come on, it's the official video, I can look like I am struggling too...
There is no ceramic in the world that won't make a hole through... You realize he just barely touched it.