A very unconventional droptest! YouTuber pitted the iPhone 13 Pro and a living legend against each other

  • There are many legends circulating about the Nokia 3310 and its durability
  • And justified, the phone lasted really well
  • The comparison with the iPhone 13 Pro therefore seems to be completely out of the question. Or not?

Battered but functional iPhone 13 Pro. In the background, the Nokia 3310 is in the state of prime factors

There is perhaps no more legendary phone in mobile history than it is iconic Nokia 3310, with all due respect to others. Everyone knows her, everyone has held her in their hands at least once, and she has become a legend thanks to her resilience. It is considered almost indestructible. Therefore, it might look like comparing the endurance of this famous Finn with the new iPhone 13 Pro as completely out of the bowl.

Nokia 3310 vs. iPhone 13 Pro

Today’s smartphones with large displays and a pile of glass are fragile, that’s for sure. But how which. The latest generation iPhones are among the best processed and at the same time the most durable phones on the market. He did not leave in the field of construction Apple nothing by chance and built your top models around a surgical steel frame that is incredibly durable.

The display is protected by a special glass with a ceramic layer of Ceramic Shield and the back side is held together by durable tempered glass. In contrast, the Nokia 3310 is made of plastic and that’s the end of it. We will not find any more durable materials on it, but even so, it has become a legend (and rightly so) in terms of the durability of the structure.

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Opponents in free fall

The YouTube channel came up with this unconventional endurance test TechRaxwho set out to let both of these phones in the middle of the perimeter staircase. As you can see in the attached video, the height is truly respectable, and the sight of the iPhone 13 Pro falling towards the clear destruction brings tears to your eyes. Despite the really loud sound of impact that stabs in the ears.

How did it end up?

The Nokia 3310 crashed into a prime factor after the fall, which, of course, every owner knows very well. However, the individual parts were not damaged and after reassembly it would certainly function again as new. It’s a bit more advanced lego. On the other hand, iPhone 13 Pro he got to take a lot more and was dropped even three times. After the first fall, it was badly carried away by the back, whose tempered glass did not withstand the onslaught and wrapped it. But the display works.

The second fall meant even more damage to the back, and in the lower left corner, the tempered glass peeled off as far as the inner structure. The display carried a small cobweb in the lower right corner from this fall, but it is still functional. The third, final fall meant the complete destruction of the back and a slightly more broken windshield, but surprisingly, the phone still works and the display responds without major problems. We applaud.

As you can see, the iPhone 13 Pro is a real tank and Apple deserves a thumbs up for such a sturdy design. Thanks to this non-traditional test, you will know that an ordinary fall from the table will not fundamentally endanger him.

Source: Mobilizujeme.cz by mobilizujeme.cz.

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