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Are controlled drop tests any meaningful indicator about how your Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10 or Galaxy S10+ might fare after a 6-foot tumble?
Here we have a video that proves whether or not Apple's claim of giving the iPhone Xs and Xs Max the most durable glass ever is true
Deemed "slightly more durable" than the Galaxy S8 and iPhone X, Samsung's brand-new Galaxy S9 and S9+ are still extremely fragile, according to SquareTrade.
Sure, the company will pay for an advertisement to be made and it's all clever and such, but it doesn't show a single impact on a surface.
Just as expected, the new glass back and all-screen design make the iPhone X a very high risk for massive damage after a single hard drop.
As always, it's simply not a good idea to drop a mobile device made of glass on any side. That said, the iPhone 8 is not as fragile as the Note 8.
While far from surprising, the poor breakability scores of the hot new Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ are worrying for folks who tend to drop their phones.