OnePlus 10T, Another OnePlus Device That Fails the Durability Test 

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JerryRigEverything carried out a durability test on the OnePlus 10 Pro, earlier this year. We were not expecting the kind of result it got. The device snapped into two during the bend test. After that, it was normal to think that the company might take some time and make some improvements in design before releasing the OnePlus 10T. However, the company has other plans. 

JerryRigEverything, a famous tech YouTuber, recently shared a new video. In the video, he put the OnePlus 10T model to durability. In fact, he made the device go through a normal test that is done on smartphones, including scratches, flames, and a bend test. The smartphone didn’t perform as expected in the bend test, it snapped into two pieces. 

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YouTuber shared the video of the durability test 

According to the YouTuber, there is a structural point of failure under the camera module. So, it is natural to think that the company will change something and make improvements. However, it was not the case the scene that happened with 10 Pro happened with 10T as well. 

Note 1: The smartphone fare pretty well in level 6 of the Moh’s hardness scale on front and back. 

Note 2: The flame tests didn’t leave a permanent mark on the OLED display.

Nevertheless, the real disappointment came during the bend test. We would like to reiterate again that the smartphone snapped in the exact same way as the previous 10 Pro. The portion right under the camera module cracked under pressure. Zach managed to break the phone with his bare hands. He managed to remove the cameras and separate the display from the chassis as well. 

Let us know what you think about the new OnePlus smartphone in the comments below. 

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