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Apple says the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro feature the “toughest glass in a smartphone” and yesterday we saw the first drop test videos emerge. Now, PhoneBuff has shared a new video pitting the durability of the iPhone 11 Pro Max vs the Galaxy Note 10+.
In the test, the Galaxy Note 10+ and iPhone 11 Pro Max are put through a series of drop tests from varying angles. After the first drop, from around 3.2 feet high, the iPhone 11 Pro Max’s glass back is almost completely shattered. The Galaxy Note 10+ fares slightly better, but it too is cracked.
In the second test, both phones are dropped on their sides, and the iPhone 11 Pro Max fares much better than the Note 10+. This is because the iPhone 11 Pro features stainless steel edges, while the Note 10+ edges are aluminum.
The third test is a face drop from 3.2 feet high, and both phones crack immediately. The Note 10+, however, does much better than the iPhone 11 Pro Max, which cracks across the entire display.
Also today, CNET has shared its own iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro drop test video. In this test, the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro were put through four drops from heights as high as 11 feet. In the end, they came out unscathed in terms of cracking, but the iPhone 11’s rear camera stopped sourcing:
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