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One of the features of the recently released HUAWEI Mate 60 Pro and Mate 60 Pro+ smartphones is the use of our own second generation Kunlun Glass, which is tempered glass. Its previous version showed impressive results, and now tests have emerged on the strength of the new coating.
The PBKreviews portal conducted a standard strength test for the HUAWEI Mate 60 Pro, in which the smartphone was dropped onto a concrete surface. It is also worth noting that the glass of this smartphone is curved on all four sides, so it is not protected from impacts in any way. Additionally, the factory protective film was removed from the screen for the test.
The smartphone was immediately dropped from head height onto the concrete, but the device only suffered minor scratches. After this, there was a fall on the back side with the same result. After another such fall, a crack appeared in the camera area and a small chip in the lower part of the rear window. Then the device was dropped again, run over by a car, and even “bathed” in gravel. After cleaning, it turned out that the smartphone did not receive any additional serious damage, and its screen only had a few minor scratches.
Regarding the first generation of Kunlun Glass, HUAWEI stated that the coating is 10 times stronger than ordinary glass. Additionally, this glass was the first in the industry to receive five stars from the Swiss SGS for its resistance to impacts during drops.