The Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra, presented at the beginning of the month, has already been the hero of many reviews, and finally made it to the popular YouTube channel JerryRigEverything. Technoblogger Zach Nilsson traditionally subjected the device to various types of extreme influences, paying special attention to the new protective coating of the display.
One of the features of the flagship gadget was the use of Victus Gorilla Glass, which was announced as the most scratch-resistant coating in the Corning portfolio. To check this statement, Nilsov processed the display with tools of varying degrees of hardness on the Mohs scale, and as a result, he issued his signature verdict "Scratches at level 6 with deeper grooves at level 7" previous generations of branded glasses. Summarizing the test, the blogger noted that only sapphire glass, which has not appeared on the smartphone market for a long time, can show the best results.
Nielson's next "victim" was his proprietary electronic pen. A pressure sensor was found inside its tip, providing varying line thicknesses when using an accessory. Having broken the S Pen in half, the blogger demonstrated a capacitor capable of providing the stylus with an autonomy of up to 30 minutes in a few seconds of charging.
Due to the fact that the back cover of Note20 Ultra is made of durable glass and the case has an aluminum frame, the blogger could not bend the smartphone, even with considerable effort. But the fire test of the novelty was beyond its power - after the "treatment" with a lighter, a dark trace remained on the screen even after the matrix cooled down.