If you still ask if the new Xiaomi Mi 9T Pro (Redmi K20 Pro) is a smartphone resistant to bumps and scratches you should continue reading this article. And, the popular YouTube channel JerryRigEverything has put it to the test, surviving on a very good note after suffering endless torture.
Under the direction of Zack Nelson, the new Redmi flagship, presented globally as Xiaomi Mi 9T Pro, has been put to the test using all kinds of gadgets such as an extremely affiliated cutter or even a wick that has been tried to burn your screen A fairly extreme resistance tests, but that certainly guarantee us that if a smartphone survives them, it can do so in the event of an everyday accident.
Xiaomi Mi 9T Pro, stronger than expected
Although Redmi has demonstrated on many occasions the great durability of the retractable camera of the new Redmi K20 Pro (Xiaomi Mi 9T Pro), there are still many who live worried about the fact that one day their internal mechanism stops working or that simply after a fall cannot be operated correctly. A great detail that Zack Nelson He wanted to check with several blows against his own work table .
As if that were not enough, Zack makes use of his peculiar cutter tried to scratch the back area of the terminal or even his cameras, verifying that it is really quite difficult for them to appear some type of scratch . Like, the finish of the edges of the Redmi K20 Pro seems to have a great resistance, since unless we use a cutter as they have done in JerryRigEverything, their paint will not lift as easily .
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Another important detail of the video is the great resistance of the Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protected screen of this new Redmi flagship. Not only its great durability against the heat applied by a lighter, but by the fact that after scratching it right in the area where the fingerprint sensor is located, it continues to function without any problem .
Undoubtedly, one more proof that confirms again that Xiaomi is no longer that brand that manufactured smartphone, for good … since in recent years we have been seeing how the Chinese firm has wanted to strive in the materials used, as well as in the Final finish of your products. And you, do you think your current smartphone would survive the hard tests of Zack Nelson?
Source | Youtube