Earlier this year, Sony began selling its expensive $2500 Xperia Pro smartphone! And all because the gadget was created for professional videographers and can be used as an external monitor to the camera. The famous blogger Zach Nielsen, better known as JerryRigEverything, was not stopped by the price of the Sony Xperia Pro and he put the smartphone to its traditional tests.
The stages with a knife and a lighter did not reveal anything new: protective glass can scratch objects with a hardness of 6 on the Mohs scale, and a spot appears on the display above the fire, which nevertheless quickly “heals”.
The fingerprint scanner keeps working even with scratches. And the body is made of plastic, so it is quite easy to scratch it.
However, Zach was unable to bend the gadget. He came to the conclusion that the Sony Xperia Pro is a pretty tough nut to crack, but it’s worth overpaying only if you need an extra screen for the camera. Otherwise, the same Sony Xperia 1 II can be a good (and cheaper) alternative.