Earlier this month, Samsung launched the latest model of the Note lineup, Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. This phone packs with a new 108MP triple camera setup, a bigger 6.9-inch AMOLED display, improved S Pen latency, and more hardware and software features.
Today, the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra entered in a durability test, done by the well-known JerryRigEverything on YouTube. This high-end phone from Samsung proved its high durability and survived in every test.
The display of Galaxy Note 20 Ultra scratches at level 6 and deeper grooves at level 7. The phone’s frame is made of aluminum. It’s ultrasonic fingerprint works after deep scratches.
In the flame test, the phone survived for about 23 seconds but the screen did not recover afterward, leaving a black spot. At last, the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra successfully shows off its maximum durability.