- OnePlus has issued a response after the OnePlus 10T failed a YouTuber’s bend test.
- The corporate says that the OnePlus 10T met or exceeded sturdiness testing in its labs.
OnePlus telephones made headlines final week as soon as once more when the OnePlus 10T was subjected to a barrage of sturdiness exams by outstanding YouTube channel JerryRigEverything. Now, the corporate has responded to a bend test performed by the YouTuber, asserting that the OnePlus 10T had been totally examined earlier than launch.
“The OnePlus 10T meets or exceeds all of OnePlus’ in depth sturdiness testing procedures, this features a strain test the place the system is suspended whereas weight is utilized to its heart on each its back and front,” the corporate advised Devices 360 in an announcement.
“The OnePlus 10T has an enhanced construction engineering design and might bear over 45kg [99 pounds – ed] of exterior power on this test at OnePlus’ lab.”
Disappointing outcomes for OnePlus
JerryRigEverything’s bend test noticed the telephone’s plastic body cleanly break beneath rising strain, with this break occurring slightly below the digital camera housing however above the batteries. The telephone appears to have held up for a little bit longer than the OnePlus 10 Professional, however the break nonetheless occurred in the identical space because the Professional mannequin.
This consequence recommended that the telephone’s inside format didn’t sufficiently account for this type of bending or that the corporate’s “enhanced construction engineering design” wasn’t sufficient to move the bend test.
It’s price noting that the bend test is a little bit excessive in contrast to real-world situations you would possibly face. But it surely nonetheless says loads about the OnePlus 10T and OnePlus 10 Professional that gadgets just like the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3, Google Pixel 6 Professional, and Nothing Cellphone 1 fared significantly better. So if these producers delivered higher outcomes than OnePlus, perhaps it’s time for the Oppo-affiliated model to beef issues up.