Huawei P40 Pro has resistance put to the test in the durability test
Announced in March this year, the Huawei P40 Pro has resistance put to the test in a durability test. The experiment was carried out by the channel JerryRigEverything, on YouTube.
As is already traditional in this type of video, the Chinese manufacturer’s cell phone faced scratches, fire and curvature throughout the test. You can watch the results in the following player:
Its screen maintained the pattern of the other devices, presenting risks only at the six level of hardness of the author’s tool, with deeper losses starting at grade seven. Its aluminum sides were easily peeled.
At the rear of the device, the cover and the front of the camera module, due to the glass as the material, did not show any damage. But the edges of the sensors’ spine, because it is also made of aluminum, did not have the same resistance.
Fire and curvature
When your panel was exposed to a lighter, the display lasted for less than thirty seconds before its pixels were burned. After being removed from the fire, the damage was not recovered. That is, the white spot formed is permanent.
In the curvature, it was able to remain intact when pressed on both sides. In other words, it was rigid enough not to crack or have any other parts broken.
- 6.58 inch OLED screen with 2640x1200p resolution
- Panel 19.8: 9 with pill-shaped notch and 90 Hz
- HiSilicon Kirin 990 chipset with 5G modem
- Eight-core processor with up to 2.86 GHz
- 8 GB of RAM
- 256 GB of internal storage
- Dual front camera
- 32 MP main sensor
- Secondary sensor for depth of field data
- Quadruple rear camera
- 50 MP main sensor with UltraVision technology
- 40 MP sensor for wide-angle lens
- 12 MP sensor for periscope lens
- Dedicated sensor for depth of field data
- Dimensions of 158.2 x 72.6 x 8.95 mm
- 203 grams weight
- IP68 certified with water and dust protection
- Android 10 with proprietary interface and without Google services
- 4,200 mAh battery with 40W fast charge
- 40W wireless charging
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