YouTuber JerryRigEverything has published a damage test of Google's new Nexus 6P Android smartphone, and the results aren't pretty. He found the screen scratches fairly easily using a set of Mohs Hardness Scale picks; a heat test discolored the display; the screen cracked from the scratch test; and device bent remarkably easily. It's a surprising result for one of Google's flagship Nexus devices considering they're usually best-in-Android-class, and it emphasizes that "bendgate" problems can happen to any device maker (Chinese firm Huawei makes the Nexus 6P). For bonus points, stroll through the comments on YouTube for the Android fanboys who completely discount the tests as flawed, rigged, irrelevant, biased, and faked, even though JerryRigEverything has been testing devices from both Apple and the Android ecosystem for some time.
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