The launch of new smartphones means new tests. While some are calmer and limited to normal, others are more dangerous. At least for smartphones. In this regard, the YouTube channel PhoneBuff decided to test the iPhone 13 Pro Max and the Galaxy S22 Ultra. So he dropped them from a height of five feet. This test becomes important because Apple’s predecessor survived a similar crash without any problems.
iPhone 13 Pro Max vs Galaxy S22 Ultra: who lasts the most?
However more than comparing Apples from one year to the next they also decided to check how Samsung’s top-of-the-range behaved.
As you can see in the image above, the iPhone 13 Pro Max didn’t do as well as the iPhone 12. But what about the Galaxy S22 Ultra? The video reveals everything.
However, this video is not completely consensual regarding the durability of the iPhone 13 Pro Max. there is another where Apple’s smartphone proved much more resistant.
Of course, in these things there are always many factors to take into account. The way the smartphone falls, the material it crashes against. There are many variables that can influence the final result.
In this latest test both the iPhone 13 Pro and the 13 Pro Max model survived several drops from the height of a traditional table. After several attempts, the iPhone 13 Pro cracked the glass after a drop of almost 2 meters, but curiously enough, the Pro Max model survived the same drop. With an increase in the drop height, the Pro Max version also ended up ‘passing away’.
But one thing is certain, despite all the advances in strength and construction quality, glass is always glass, and as our friend JerryRig says, glass is glass, and glass breaks. Especially when it’s thrown against cement.
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