Video: Nexus 6P bend test breaks it into two pieces

Recently a video uploaded to You Tube showed us the limits of the Nexus 6P when it comes to durability and build strengths. The results were not appreciating much as has been the expectations with the Nexus 6P good looking design build. As we witnessed the level of scratch and heat resistance was quite low with the equally low stiffness against bends.

The test shows the weaker sides of the Nexus 6P but how much bendy the new device is? This is the area we are set to check out this time. Another video, a fresh one is out there to go right to the bending capacity of the device skipping other durability spots. As we can view in the video the guys are just interested into bending it as it comes out of box. Watch it further the science may turn tear-jerking if you are already having a Nexus 6P in your hand.

As we can watch it bending, no enormous force is used, no hard equipment, just a hard push by hand makes it crack. Apart from cracks, damaged screen and minors parts popping out, the frame is cracked too. This is quite a durability fiasco a breaking apart screen and some soft parts can be negotiated but the frame should have been a little stiff.

This also becomes more disappointing when we take Nexus 6P by its impressive looks. The video shows a Huawei made which comes with an eye catching design concept. But the test seems that the durability of the device have been compromised over the looks. When broken apart we can find a metal frame for rigidity but it remains useless as it is not fixed well. Also the expectations with the Gorilla Glass 4 are also proven wrong. The Nexus 6P bend test doesn’t stand to the mark and even seems even more venerable than the iPhone 6 Plus. is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Read about our Affiliates Disclosure Policy here. Amazon and the Amazon logo are trademarks of, Inc. or its affiliates.