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Samsung’s “Ultra Thin Glass” doesn’t seem much stronger than plastic, Ars Technica

Samsung’s “Ultra Thin Glass” doesn’t seem much stronger than plastic, Ars Technica

      Another failing foldable –

             

Testing shows the Galaxy Z Flip is not scratch-resistant or puncture-proof.

      

      

        

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JerryRigEverything regularly does destructive durability tests on phones, partly by attacking a device with a set of Mohs picks. These pointy metal tools that are calibrated to the Mohs scale of mineral hardness allow a user to determine the hardness of a surface by doing a scratch test. You start with the softest pick and work your way up the set until you find something that can scratch the surface you’re testing. A modern smartphone with Corning’s Gorilla Glass scratches at level 6 on the Moh hardness scale.


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