Xiaomi announced the Mi 6 last month, and the top of the line device has so far been incredibly successful in China. It's sold out quite a few times already, undoubtedly in no small part thanks to its great price per features ratio. But what about durability? Can you trust the Mi 6 to get along with the keys in your pocket? Will it survive an apocalypse? How long before its screen turns black from a flame being applied directly to it?
Those are all very important questions in the world of YouTube channel JerryRigEverything, which is back today with another durability test - and yes, the star is now the Mi 6.
Of course, perhaps the most important question with regard to that, for most people at least, is the (in)famous "Will it bend?". With a special addendum just for Xiaomi, something along the lines of "Will the Mi 6 be as bad as its predecessor in the bend test?". Spoiler alert: no. Not even close. The new model has all the hallmarks of good durability, so expect it to be even harder to get a hold of from this point on.
Well, Xiaomi 4s does have an SD card slot though
I don't know why Jerry's gotten much nicer about this company. The thing people have pointed out about the Mi 5 video was that he had superheated the glass making it much easier to bend like you can see in his video. In other Mi 5 videos it withstood...
My headphone jack adapter is already included in the phone and it costed me 0.00$