The OnePlus 6 is just as well-built and seemingly durable as the vast majority of today's Android flagship phones, at least based on a popular "semi-scientific" YouTube review.
The ultimate Samsung Galaxy S9 durability test confirms what was already easy to guess - that you can't bend the phone with your bare hands or unintentionally scratch its beautiful screen.
In every major test, it seems that the Chinese manufacturer has put out strengths in durable industrial design, including one weird aspect in which it especially excels.
The overall verdict is a positive one, but that wouldn't account for everything the scratch, burn and bend tests encompass.
It's hard but not impossible to repair the iPhone 8 at home. But it's pretty much impossible to bend it and it's not easy to scratch either.
Zack Nelson has put his blades and lighter to the Moto Z2 Force and, surprisingly, other than the ShatterShield screen, everything holds up well.
You don't have to pay a small fortune to procure a nice little phone that won't snap like a twig under pressure. Case in point, the 2017 Nokia 3310.
Due in part to its "squeezable" sides and a far too flexible metal frame, the HTC U11 can apparently break under moderate pressure.
Zagg responds to the JerryRigEverything video tearing apart its Sapphire Defense Curve screen protector for the Galaxy S8. Zack Nelson, who made the video, replies back.
JerryRigEverything on YouTube credits HTC with manufacturing stupid larger sapphire panels to scale (albeit a small one) for its special edition U Ultra.
Unfortunately, we don't have any results for what happens if you take a knife to the front of the phone, but the back of the LG G6 will do just fine.
After JerryRigEverything scratched the Galaxy Note 7 up a treat, Corning had some explaining to do about its Gorilla Glass 5.