Galaxy Note 20 Ultra Durability Test – What is 'Victus' Glass?



Its time to durability test the ultra expensive Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. Grab a Teardown skin for your own device HERE: The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is the first smartphone to use Gorilla Glass Victus on the display… And its time we find out how scratch resistant that new Victus Glass really is. Is this new Note 20 Ultra worth the Ultra price?

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47 Replies to “Galaxy Note 20 Ultra Durability Test – What is 'Victus' Glass?”

  1. Nicholas Fattizzi

    There is no way that this isnt painful for him! My guy spent nearly $4,000 on 3 of the note 20 ultras. Even if he makes the money back from views it still has to hurt to just burn $1,300.

  2. Ben Swaim

    Kind of mad at Dbrand went to go pick up the note 20 ultra teardown skin. During check out they took my money but didn't process my order so now. Im out 25$ and also don't have a order number so that's cool. And its 4-7 business days for a email response…….

  3. billg1374

    Probably missing something. But guy has brand new Note Ultra in hand, destroys it and then indicates he is not spending the money for one. Bruh, you just had a brand new phone in your hand??! Lol

  4. SegaDisneyUniverse

    I'm pretty sure that $1,300 won't hurt his wallet much, especially with all the views he gets on a daily basis lol. Plus you save a lot of money if you find the right deals or just trade in your old phone.

  5. Jeremiah Mckenna

    So I bought the Note Ultra, and now I'm looking for a case. I work in construction, so I need an extremely durable case that is drop/shock, water/dust proof. But with this camera being my first Note, upgrading from the S8+ Edge, I will be using this computer with a phone app on it, a heck of a lot more on the job than previously.

    I'd like to get one with a dedicated rear cover and a cover for the cameras as well as one with a flap cover for the front glass.
    I've seen a ton of drop tests on the Note, and more often than not, the glass tends to break at less than 5 ft, and I stand 6'1", so I will need a case. I had a LifeProof case on both of my previous S6 Edge and S8+ Edge, and have replaced the screen on each of them even while using the LifeProof cases. Also the LP case ALWAYS had the same issue of the side button covers wearing out way too soon.

    Do you have any suggestions?

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