In accordance with Shopper Stories, in relation to sturdiness, the iPhone X just isn’t the perfect buy you may make. The publication discovered that the X’s sturdiness lags behind the iPhone eight and eight Plus’ longevity.
Shopper Stories revealed sturdiness exams’ outcomes on its web site Tuesday.
CR specialists additionally examined the 2 handsets for the standard of the show, battery life, and digicam. CR described the newest iPhone mannequin an “modern system with a implausible digicam and delightful show,” however common sturdiness.
The exams confirmed that the iPhone eight fared higher after being dropped or broken than the iPhone X, despite the fact that the latter made it to the highest 10 smartphone checklist. The iPhone X appeared sturdy sufficient in preliminary exams however failed in the long run.
iPhone eight Fares Higher than the X in Sturdiness Checks
- CR specialists stated they dropped the iPhone X 50 instances with out vital cracks.
- After 100 drops, nonetheless, the again of the iPhone X was severely cracked.
- The shows of each telephones began displaying some shiny inexperienced bars after 50 drops despite the fact that the entrance glass confirmed no scratch.
iPhone X’s sturdiness matched that of the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus, the report reveals. However CR’s exams are completely different from these of different know-how web sites just like the EverythingApplePro, which had discovered that the iPhone X is hardier than its predecessor.
What’s extra, preliminary sturdiness exams of the 2 iPhone eight and eight+ confirmed that the 2 handsets are extra sturdy than their predecessors, however nonetheless liable to shattering and cracking. Nevertheless, it’s no surprise that they crack simply since they’re the Apple’s first all-glass handsets in six years.
CR exams additionally revealed that the Samsung Galaxy S8’s battery life is healthier than the iPhone X’s, with 26 hours versus 19.5 hours respectively. However the iPhone X’s battery life beats the iPhone eight’s by 30 minutes.
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