Redmi is convinced of the goodness of its first smartphone, Redmi Note 7, and its high strength despite using glass even in the back. To demonstrate this, the new mid-range has been subjected to a couple of practices that are anything but customary, demonstrating its full value.
In the first test is Lu Weibing, CEO of the Chinese company, to put Redmi Note 7 inside an iron basket, preventing the exit with adhesive tape. The basket was rolled on 18 steps, a very ruinous fall lasting about 4 seconds, which left no trace on the smartphone, which continued to run undeterred and without any scratches.
In the second video, the games get harder, with two Redmi Note 7 turned into as many improbable skateboards. With two wheels fixed to the best possible with insulating tape, so that after a few minutes they are detached, the two smartphones were fixed under the feet of the tester, who tried to move a few steps, loading them with their own weight and subjecting them the structure at strong stress.
Also in this case, the two Redmi smartphones got away without any scratch and they continued to operate without any uncertainty. Of course it is not the tests to which everyone would submit their smartphone, but in any case demonstrate a good constructive solidity.
At this point, it becomes interesting to understand if JerryRigEverything will decide to submit Redmi Note 7 to its durability test to establish its effective resistance to daily use.