Apple iPhone X & iPhone 8 Drop Test By EverythingApplePro & PhoneBuff : Video Review

For the past couple of months, Apple has been marketing the iPhone X for its massive OLED screen with minimal bezels. And it’s needless to say that with a bigger screen, comes more chances of getting it cracked or chipped. Not to forget, getting a broken screen fixed on the iPhone X won’t be too kind on your pocket either.

If you are still debating on buying the smartphone, worrying what will happen if you accidentally drop the handset, here are a couple of iPhone X drop test video for you.

In a couple of videos by popular YouTube channels, EverythingApplePro and TechRax, the iPhone X has went through a drop test from different heights to give you a better idea.

In the video by EvertyhingApplePro, the iPhone X competes with the iPhone 8 in a drop test video. The video shows the two smartphones being dropped from different angles – corner, front and back.

In the video, the iPhone X was able to resist any kind of major cracks when dropped from corners or at its back. When dropped with the screen facing towards the ground (at 7:37 mark), surprisingly, the screen did not crack at all. The display of the iPhone 8 too did not crack.

Apple iPhone X Drop Test : Video

Similarly, in the video posted by PhoneBuff, we see that the back side of the iPhone 8 Plus shattered but iPhone X’s didn’t when dropped with their backs faced towards the ground. We assume the rear camera bump took the major impact in the iPhone X.

When dropped with screen facing towards the ground (at 2:16 mark), once again we see the iPhone 8 Plus’s screen being damaged more than that of the iPhone X.

The smartphones in both the videos were dropped from face level and waist level. If the tests done here are true, it will definitely bring a positive PR for the company.

Apple iPhone X vs. iPhone 8 Plus Drop Test: Video

Apple iPhone X has a 5.8-inch OLED display with 2436 x 1125 pixels and 458 pixels per inch density (ppi). The company has termed this Super Retina display. The HDR display also supports Dolby Vision and HDR10.

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