The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip and the Motorola Razr, the new smartphone folding of the last generation, share the same hypersensitivity of scratches and dust. The confirmation of these criticisms comes from the first stress test conducted by Zack Nelson , perhaps one of the most known youtuber specialized in harassing and disassemble consumer electronics devices and by iFixit, the reference point for all fans of the disassembly. Nelson, on his video channel JerryRigEveryting, submitted Z Flip and Razr to torture anyone as you would to a smartphone from 1500 euro, but it is true that this is the only way to discover any weaknesses. The premise then is to approach these tests with a grain of salt, unless it is to draw with some punches on the screens, flambare mobile phones and apply peeling abrasive on their shells. "The resistance to scratches is to a minimum," Zack Nelson to evaluate the scratch resistance of the screens takes a punch in the plastic material. It is a tool with interchangeable heads with different levels of hardness. The level 1 and 2 usually scratch the screens in plastic material (polymers) and from 5 to 6 of those in a glassy material; the sapphire crystal of some watches, you score to 8 and 9; diamond 10. Although most of the terminals now exploit the resistant glass, Samsung, and Motorola to issues of flexibility have made a different choice. The Z Flip, according to the manufacturer, mounts to a "glass thin" surmounted by a protective film polymer (Polyimide).
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip and Motorola Razr: attention to scratches and dust
The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip and the Motorola Razr, the new smartphone folding of the last generation, share the same hypersensitivity of scratches and dust. The c
19 February 2020 Wednesday 14:01