The latest trend in high-end smart phones is the all glass body. If you are worried about spending something in the neighborhood of $1,000 for a gadget that could crack on both sides, you are not alone.

The all glass feature does make wireless charging possible, but is it worth the risk of walking around with a cracked phone?

SquareTrade (owned by Allstate (ALL) ) put Apple's  (AAPL) brand new iPhone 8 and Samsung's (SSNLF) Note8 to the test. They used a range of scientific robots to carry out their battery of tests, including:

- Face Down Drop Test 

- Side and Back Drop Tests

- Dunk Test

- Shot Test

- Repairability 

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