Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra smashes iPhone 12 Pro Max in drop tests

Someone has come up with the great idea of doing a drop resistance test of both the brand new Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra and the iPhone 12 Pro Max, and this is the result.

Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra smashes iPhone 12 Pro Max in drop tests

One of the things that both the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra and the iPhone 12 Pro Max have in common is that they are expensive phones, very expensive, and it is always a good idea to put a protective case on them in case we are careless and they end up falling out of our hands, something that usually happens on quite a few occasions if we are not exactly careful.

Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra smashes iPhone 12 Pro Max in drop tests
Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra smashes iPhone 12 Pro Max in drop tests

Both devices are made of the best material on the market. On the one hand, the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra has Gorilla Glass Victus while the iPhone 12 Pro Max has Apple’s, Ceramic Shield. Be that as it may, they are very delicate devices, and if they fall to the ground from a certain height they could break directly.

But as so far no one had had the courage to test their resistance to certain heights we had to wait until the YouTube channel EverythingApplePro makes a drop resistance test of both devices, throwing them to the ground without contemplation.

As you can see in the video that accompanies the news, the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra has resisted better all drop tests, while the poor iPhone 12 Pro Max has had much worse luck. In any case, this does not mean that the iPhone 12 has worse materials since the issue of falls is quite subjective since it is not the same that a device falls from the side or the front.

But based on this video alone, it seems that Samsung’s use of Gorilla Glass Victus for its Galaxy S21 Ultra has proven to be more drop resistant.

The video is about 10 minutes long and is prepared if you have a sensitive stomach because watching these devices fall over and over again as they break little by little with drops at different heights is not for all tech lovers.

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