Xiaomi's Black Shark 4 has stood the test of strength from Zach Nilson with flying colors (video)

Launched at the end of March by the companyXiaomi gaming smartphone Black Shark 4 has passed the standard tests of the author of the JerryRigEverything channel Zach Nilsson. This is the third gaming smartphone released this year and hit the Nielson test bench.

Two competitors Black Shark 4 (Lenovo modelLegion 2 Pro and ASUS ROG Phone 5) were literally destroyed during Zack's standard flexural test. The case of the Lenovo Legion 2 Pro shattered into three parts altogether. However, to the joy of the specialist, the Black Shark 4 model turned out to be much stronger than its competitors and withstood all the tests.

While unpacking the smartphone, the expert notedthe presence of a special external cooling device Fun Cooler 2, which will also be subjected to detailed research. The first test, as usual, consisted of scratching the screen surface with objects of varying hardness on the Mohs scale. The miracle did not happen, and the first scratches began to appear on the glass after exposure to objects with a hardness of 6 units of the Mohs scale. This is a standard figure for all modern smartphones.

Nilsson then went on to test the AMOLED screen.smartphone on fire. After 25 seconds of exposure to the screen with the flame of a lighter, a white spot appeared on it, which gradually disappeared. The technician also tested the retractable trigger buttons, which he subjected to a light shock, after which the buttons continued to work as usual.

Final test of the strength of the Black caseShark 4 was particularly worried about Nilson, who destroyed two models of gaming smartphones in the last month. However, the creation of Xiaomi engineers withstood the bend in both directions. In this case, the body received a slight bend, but then returned to its original state and did not lose its performance.

In parallel with the smartphone test, Nielson tested inwork and disassembled Fun Cooler 2 - an external fan for Black Shark 4. Affected by the efficiency of the gadget's cooling system, the expert called it a "cooler on steroids".