The Oppo Find N has shown to be equally as capable as its market-leading foldable phone competitors. The Huawei Mate X2 and the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 both passed JerryRigEverything’s durability test with flying colours.
The Find N has now passed the YouTuber’s torture test, placing it among the most powerful folding phones.
The phone has to pass the three standard tests of scratch, burn, and bend, as well as a foldable-only test called the dust test.
The phone’s main screen is made of soft plastic and can bend, but it’s also protected by a very thin layer of glass. Even at level 2 on the Moh’s hardness scale, it scratches readily. This means that you can scratch the screen with your fingernails. In the same way that any other current foldable phone does.
For folding phones, Zack’s dust test has become a must-do test since it exposes if the hinge has any undesired gaps that can trap dust or other particles. The Oppo Find N, on the other hand, lacks such a feature and can, thankfully, pick up a handful of dust and keep it out.
The oleophobic layer on the displays was burned away in the burn test, but the display was still functioning. The phone was also unbreakable in the bend test.