The maturation of smartphones in glass, brings with it better protections and greater durability. And the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is the first to arrive with the Corning Gorilla Glass Victus.
This is 25% more protection than Gorilla Glass 6 (its predecessor). But does this really show up in stress tests? The PhoneBuff channel compared the device to an iPhone 11 Pro Max, and the results are impressive.
With regard to the back of the equipment, the weak points that the camera setup creates were taken into account. And although with some cracks, the difference is noticeable from the first fall.
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra screen survived 10 drops
From the beginning we noticed the differences between Gorilla Glass 6 (on iPhone 11 Pro Max) and the difference of having Gorilla Glass Victus (on Note 20 Ultra). This same protection is impressive when the equipment falls head-on, with Samsung surviving flawlessly.
After 10 drops, the iPhone 11 Pro Max continued to function. But its appearance is that of a totally shattered piece of equipment. As for the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, it surprised that, after 10 drops, its front panel remains impeccable.
This is great news for those who buy a smartphone that arrives with CGG Victus. With the next iPhone 12 at the door, we just hope that they come with this protection, and a future test can be more balanced.
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