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Samsung s10+ drop test came out: ceramics are more resistant to fall than glass

foreign media CNET conducted a drop test on galaxy S10 plus. Samsung said that compared with glass, ceramics have increased strength, durability and scratch resistance. CNET wanted to know whether the ceramic backplane is really worthy of Samsung's claim that it is an ideal sample cooling and thermal insulation equipment for low-temperature impact experiments of metal materials

first, it is 90 cm high, which is equivalent to the height of the hip, and it is also the height that many users fall. At this height, the performance of glass and ceramics is similar, because there are some extrusion marks in the middle frame, and the front of the fuselage is not damaged

then it was 90 cm high. The middle frames of the two were impacted again, and the front and back glass remained intact, but there were obvious gouges in the lower right corner of the front glass of the ceramic version

then 150 cm high, which is consistent with the eye height. The result is very tragic. The back of the glass Samsung S10 + is broken, including the camera cover, but the front is still intact. As for the ceramic version, the screen lands first after turning over, resulting in a corner of the front glass being completely broken, the screen can not be used normally, and the back is worn but not cracked

the hydraulic universal experimental machine is an important model in the experimental machine. Finally, it is more than 180 cm high. Because the glass version has been killed, only the performance of the ceramic version S10 + is tested here. The results are unexpected. The middle frame withstood most of the impact force, and the ceramic backplane is still intact, even without scratch

although the ceramic backplane appears very strong in the test, it is not indestructible. The collet can separate at a constant rate and exert tensile force. It will be more reassuring to wear a protective shell in daily life

estimate and touch whether the front, back, left and right are smooth and vertical

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