In the test, the Galaxy Note 10+ and iPhone 11 Pro Max undergo a series of fall tests from different angles. After the first fall, from a height of about 3.2 feet, the iPhone 11 Pro Max glass appeared almost entirely. Galaxy Note 10+ works a little better, but it’s cracked as well.
In the second test, both phones are dropped from the side, and the performance of the iPhone 11 Pro Max is much better than the Note 10+. This is because the iPhone 11 Pro features stainless steel edges, while the Note 10+ edges are aluminum.
The third test is the lower face of a height of 3.2 feet, and both phones immediately cracked. However, the Note 10+ works much better than the iPhone 11 Pro Max, which cracks on the entire screen.
Also today, CNETparticipated in its video test for the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro, and in this test, the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro underwent four drops from a height of up to 11 feet. In the end, they came out safe in terms of cracks, but the rear camera of the iPhone 11 stopped working:
“Again, the glass did not break on either of the two phones – on the front or back. The iPhone 11’s rear camera stopped working altogether and just showed a black screen when I opened the Camera app, although the TrueDepth camera was fine.”
More than anything else, these fall tests reinforce the fact that durability can vary considerably on a case-by-case basis. For example, the two videos I tested yesterday produced completely different results. The fact that the iPhone 11 breaks down or doesn’t stop when you drop it depends on many different factors and, at times, good luck.
( iPhone 11 Error Came – iPhone 11 Pro Max vs Galaxy Note 10) : Check out the iPhone 11 Pro Max and Galaxy Note 10 + test video below and let us know what you think in the comments.