After the iPhone 6, which could be bent very easily, companies began to devote more attention to building smartphones, integrating more durable materials. Thus, in theory, today's phones should be better suited to both day-to-day and eventual accidents. The Huawei P20 Pro went through a pretty "brutal" endurance test, but it did not go unhurt. Fortunately, these tests are quite extreme, and the phones are not usually subjected to such abuses.
The newest JerryRigEverything YouTube channel test is dedicated to Huawei's new flagship, with the glass construction of the device being a bit overwhelming at first glance. It seems, however, that the Chinese manufacturer has taken care to provide a screen protector at the factory, as the bottle underneath it can be scratched as easily as any other phone model on the market. What Huawei does not offer is Corning's Gorilla Glass, the standard for top models, and this is later.
The metal frame on the edges seems to be able to withstand normal scratches and impact with the ground, while most of the backs are protected with glass that does not scratch lightly, camera lenses and flashlights are well hidden. Being equipped with an OLED screen, it is not resistant to high temperatures, burning it leaving a permanent sign.
Finally, the bending test revealed a problem with the glass used. It has been broken in places where scratches have been applied, something that is not generally the case with Gorilla Glass-protected devices. This means that if you do not want to wake up with a broken screen because you have placed yourself on the phone in error, it would be a good idea to keep the protective film on the screen and to replace it if needed it scratches too much. Fortunately, the phone does not bend irreparably, and the functionality of the screen and touch screen is not affected by the cracked screen
While the P20 Pro remains one of the best-selling devices on the market, especially in the photo capture chapter, Huawei has little to do with the construction of its top models to get the other two top-3 makers behind.