One of the flagships introduced by ZTE's sub-brand Nubia in August was the Nubia Z20 . The most important detail that distinguishes this flagship from other devices powered by Snapdragon 855 Plus is that it hosts a dual display .
In this way, while both sides of the phone can be used, a major disadvantage is encountered. The fact that the screen is located on the back of the device makes it difficult to use the case, while maximizing the material damage when it falls.
Nubia Z20 was the new guest of JerryRigEverything , which is known for its durability tests applied to the devices. Thanks to the Nubia Z20 endurance test, what can be seen by people using a dual-screen phone has been revealed.
The 6.42-inch screen is resistant to the fifth level in the scratch test, and starts scratching from the sixth level. The 5.1-inch display on the back shows the same durability and is not scratched on the fifth level.
Both screens are protected with Corning Gorilla Glass 5. The camera shows its robust construction against knife strokes, and scratches on the lens when forced with a large screwdriver.
While both displays are permanently damaged when exposed to fire, the device passes the bending test successfully.