On September 22, Apple’s newest premium smartphone, the iPhone 15 Pro Max, which has a redesigned titanium frame and curved edges, went on general sale. New sets of durability testing have started to arrive as more people are finally getting their hands on the new flagship. The PhoneBuff staff most recently uploaded a drop test video comparing the Galaxy S23 Ultra and iPhone 15 Pro Max. The test compares the devices’ durability to enable you to choose the stronger of the two. The Galaxy S23 Ultra can be seen in the video surviving most of the drop testing without cracking.

The iPhone 15 Pro Max and Galaxy S23 Ultra are dropped to a concrete surface on their backs in the video’s opening background test. After the initial round, the former’s glass rear panel develops scratches and cracks, while the Galaxy S23 Ultra developed some corner cracks. It is significant to note that Apple gave the most recent iPhone 15 Pro Max with Ceramic Shield protection a grade 5 titanium build. Whereas the Galaxy S23 Ultra has Gorilla Glass Victus 2 for drop protection.

The iPhone 15 Pro Max was shielded from further damage by its rounded corners during the second corner drop test, but the Galaxy S23 Ultra, which had sharp edges, received obvious splinters from the first corner drop test and the rear glass began to break.

The displays of both the Galaxy S23 Ultra and iPhone 15 Pro Max break in the third round, also known as the “face drop test.” The flagship model from Samsung has only a few tiny cracks. Both devices continue to work, though. They were placed upon a steel plate in the final round to determine their shock sensitivity. After the fourth fall, the Galaxy S23 Ultra remained largely unchanged, but the rear glass of the iPhone 15 Pro Max kept breaking and shattering.

Although both phones suffered destruction, the video comes to the conclusion that the Galaxy S23 Ultra narrowly beat the iPhone 15 Pro Max since it seemed to have survived the most of it. In the end, the Samsung mobile received 39 marks compared to the iPhone’s 37 points.

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