There were some initial fears that the switch to a glass rear on the OnePlus 6 might result in a less durable flagship from the company this year, but it doesn't seem to lead to any particular problems.
The channel, known (among other things) for scratching, burning and generally hurting any poor, poor smartphone that comes across its path, posted its OnePlus 6 video late yesterday. While the performance of the new OnePlus smartphone is yet to be reviewed, the handset has undergone a bunch of durability tests to help you determine its toughness.
Olsson has made all five wallpapers available to download in high-resolution, so you don't have to have a OnePlus 6 to enjoy them. The screen scratches at level 6 on the Mohs scale, which is exactly as expected.
The sides of the OnePlus 6 are covered with the metal frame that seems to have a paint on top that can receive scratches. Nelson believes this is partly due to the plastic lining between the glass and the metal frame.
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There's even a thin layer between the display glass and the metal rim which should, at least in theory, provide some protection against drops. The rear glass panel also survived an extensive slaughter by a razor blade without it leaving a nick.
Coming towards the burn test, the screen of the OnePlus 6 withstood an open flame for about 20 seconds before the pixels become completely dead.
Will it survive the now-standard durability testing put forth by Zack from YouTube channel JerryRigEverything?