Despite having only 5.2 mm thick, Moto Z passes the test of torture with note

About a month ago, Lenovo had the Moto Z, the first smartphone of the mark with “modular” features. We then saw a pretty dramatic device, with a very attractive design, combining an aspect premium and extremely able, only 5.2 mm thick Many were those who particularly criticized this feature, since fragility and weak associated with it.

Apparently, they could not be further away from the truth. If you don’t know the YouTube channel JerryRigEverything, specializes in torture – in the vast majority of occasions until its destruction – all phones and devices to determine their degree of resistance. Despite being a job something controversial, thanks to this channel we know, for example, that the Nexus 6 p is not very resistant. Now the turn has come to Moto Z. will be able to withstand the tests of JerryRigEverything?

Moto Z, more resilient than we thought

Spoiler alert! The Moto Z is one of the toughest devices we’ve seen in the YouTube channel JerryRigEverything. As we can see in the video, already by itself we see that it is quite difficult to scratch the screen of the device, as well as the lens of the camera. That Yes, if any criticism can be a Moto Z is overlay of the fingerprint sensor, which does not seem to be very resistant.

After Jerry passes to the ‘bend test’ is when changing the thing. At first, we all think that the device will depart in two without having to exert too much pressure. It is not. Apparently, Jerry difficult enough even get to bend the device and this does not fail at any time. To force, we see how the smartphone comes to bend enough, but leave it only for a few seconds returns to its original state.

In summary, it seems that Moto Z would resist without problems a day in the back pocket of your pants without sagging, despite having the incredible 5.2 mm thick. Certainly should congratulate Lenovo to produce a device as tough but thin at the same time.

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