Mi Mix Drop Test - How durable is a Ceramic Phone? Published: 2 years ago By: JerryRigEverything

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The Ceramic Xiaomi Mi Mix is the first ceramic phone that I have tested on my channel. Considering I have tested almost 50 phones already, it makes me curious to see how this one handles life. The Mi Mix passed my normal durability test with flying colors... But can it withstand a normal drop? I start with a 6 inch drop, move up to one foot, and then 2 feet (knee height) to see what kind of damage gravity can inflict on the ceramic body.

If the phone cracks at knee height... what would a pocket height drop do to it?

Mi Mix TEARDOWN is HERE: https://youtu.be/m5MkZC1uRZY
Mi Mix Durability test is HERE: https://youtu.be/_CZj-l9MJmg

This video was filmed mostly with a Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge.
A Google Pixel was used for Slow motion along with an iPhone 7 plus.

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