Galaxy Note 7 – Scratch, Flex, and Stylus Jam Tests
Galaxy Note 7 – Scratch, Flex, and Stylus Jam Tests

Galaxy Note 7 – Scratch, Flex, and Stylus Jam Tests

Galaxy Note 7 – Scratch, Flex, and Stylus Jam Tests The latest test showed that the tempered and curved sides of the Gorilla Glass 5, installed in the flagship Samsung Galaxy Note7, protects the device well if it falls on a concrete surface from a height of 1.6 m. Accidental hammering can also be okay, unless, of course, they unintentional and non-methodical. Video blogger from JerryRigEverything decided to supplement the series of test tests of the new product and tested the latest generation of Gorilla Glass for scratch resistance. To do this, the experimenter used tools calibrated on the Mohs hardness scale. As it turned out, a tool with a level 3 hardness could already leave unpleasant scratches on the glass. It is worth noting that its predecessor, Gorilla Glass 4, succumbed to products with a hardness of 5-6 levels. The author of the test advised all owners of Samsung Galaxy Note7 and other devices with Gorilla Glass 5 not to ignore the use of film for the screen: “On the Gorilla Glass 5 hardness scale, it’s only one step higher than plastic.” But bending the flagship was not easy. The blogger was only able to slightly change the shape of the device, but this did not affect the device’s performance. In addition, JerryRigEverything did not disregard another important point – the Galaxy Note 7 stylus was checked for “jamming”. Owners of the Galaxy Note 5 faced such a “problem” if the digital pen was accidentally or intentionally inserted into the slot with the back side.

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