OnePlus Pad proves to be a resilient Tablet in rigorous durability test

While the OnePlus Pad may have some shortcomings in terms of software performance, its physical build quality manages to redeem it, to some extent. In a recent durability test conducted on the OnePlus Pad, this tablet’s impressive hardware stood up against rigorous trials, yielding surprising results.

As OnePlus’s first foray into the realm of large-screened devices, the OnePlus Pad delivers a satisfactory performance overall. A comprehensive review of the tablet provides a more detailed analysis, revealing that while it boasts commendable hardware, it falls short in terms of the software experience with OxygenOS.

Demonstrating the strength of its hardware, Zach from JerryRigEverything meticulously assessed every design element of the OnePlus Pad. Starting with the OnePlus Stylo, the casing and tip were effortlessly removed, emitting a satisfying snap. Upon disassembly, the compact battery and copper hardware for wireless charging were visible.

Moving on to the tablet itself, the screen underwent several familiar tests. First, the hardness test determined the level at which the display could be scratched or marked. The OnePlus Pad displayed scratches at a level 6, placing it in close proximity to Apple’s iPad lineup—not exceptional, but not terrible either. When a lighter was applied to the 2000 x 2800 display, pixels temporarily went dark but quickly returned to normal.

The frame of the OnePlus Pad endured its fair share of abuse, with the aluminum construction proving susceptible to scratches on both sides. This durability test highlighted the metallic composition of the frame. Scratching during the test is not a significant concern since most aluminum frames exhibit similar vulnerabilities, regardless of the manufacturer’s claims about their strength. Additionally, the volume rockers remained securely in place, without being easily displaced.

The rear of the device underwent the same treatment and displayed a tendency to scratch easily when subjected to sharp objects. However, this susceptibility to scratches is not unique to the OnePlus Pad, as iPads also face similar challenges when employing aluminum in their construction.

Lastly, the tablet underwent a bend test. Under significant force, the OnePlus Pad exhibited slight deformation and the screen partially separated from the frame. Nevertheless, the device managed to somewhat recover. It is highly unlikely that a tablet would undergo such extreme bending either manually or through any other external force.

In conclusion, the OnePlus Pad demonstrated commendable durability. While it may not be the sturdiest tablet on the market, it does not require delicate handling during everyday use. In comparison to some previous OnePlus devices, the OnePlus Pad’s performance in terms of durability is relatively favorable.

FOLLOW US ON – Telegram, Twitter, Facebook and Google News

Leave a Comment