YouTuber JerryRigEverything recently put the Google Pixel 7 Pro through a brutal durability test. The phone “barely” survived and passed the test. However, during the test, it was found that the lens protrusion of the phone is easily scratched. The phone also broke slightly during the bend test.
In this test, the biggest concern was the overall structural integrity in the camera bump scratch and bend test.
Scratches appeared on the metal camera bump of the Google Pixel 7 Pro just minutes after unboxing. The screen wrapped in Gorilla Glass Victus showed scratches in grades 6 and 7.
Like most other phones, the camera bump has ugly marks from grinding coins, keys, and other objects. Therefore, it is best for users to put the Google Pixel 7 Pro in a protective case and stuff it into a pocket.
JerryRigEverything said that if there is no protective case, the Google Pixel 7 Pro will have terrible scratches after two years.
Meanwhile, another bad thing happened when JerryRigEverything tried to bend the Pixel 7 Pro with pressure from the back. The phone body suffered a minor break near the antenna under the camera bump and is expected to lose water resistance as well.
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Title: Google Pixel 7 Pro mobile phone durability test: the camera bump is very vulnerable, and no protective case is not possible