Xiaomi is one of the biggest smart phone manufacturers in the world! But… do they design a solid phone? They are well known for their high end components, but low prices. After watching this video, you’ll understand a bit more about how they keep their prices so low.
During this video I will scratch the phone with different picks. Each pick has a different material on the tip, that will allow us to find out where the screen falls on Mohs Scale of Hardness. Since this phone has Gorilla Glass 4… it should be predictable on this device.
I will also burn the screen, and finally do the bend test. Which is the ultimate test of durability. Stepping on your phone… sitting on your phone… Keeping your phone in your pants pocket… all of those actions can put stress on your phone causing it to bend or break.
IF Xiaomi wants to send me a Mi5 Pro to test, I will happily do so, (unbiased.) but I probably wont buy another one. I always fund my own videos, and this hobby is getting expensive.
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