In the hands of blogger JerryRigEverything came new smartphone Google Pixel 6 Pro, and it passed the traditional test of durability. Incidentally, previous Google flagships have also undergone this test, but not all managed it successfully.
The new "pixel" turned out to be quite a sturdy gadget. The protective glass covering the display, back panel and camera scratches with objects with hardness from 7 on Mohs scale, which means that ordinary keys, coins and other small things in pocket you not scratch the smartphone. At the same time, the under-screen fingerprint scanner works steadily even with scratches.
Most of the case frame is made of metal, but there are also plastic inserts that are afraid of sharp objects. The test for heating the screen certainly didn't pass, but it useless, as it's unlikely someone will burn their gadget.
And here's a test of durability would be useful for Google Pixel 6 Pro owners. No matter how JerryRigEverything tried to bend the smartphone's case, it withstood it without difficulty or damage.