HTC U11 Durability Test - Scratch, Burn, Bend Test FAIL!
Published: 9 months ago By: JerryRigEverything
By: JerryRigEverythingPublished: 9 months ago
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The HTC U11 is HTC's newest smartphone. With some creative features and a brilliant color line up this might be one of the most vibrant phones of 2017. This 'JerryRigEverything' durability test will help us find out if any sacrifices were made to the structural integrity of the phone. Can good looking phones be durable too? Let me know what you think!
HTC U Ultra Sapphire Test: http://www.v.ytapi.com/watch/yvlYOOLmxgw
HTC U Ultra Durability Test: http://www.v.ytapi.com/watch/oNmLUEE-YAk
HTC 10 Durability test: http://www.v.ytapi.com/watch/cQ62ixgzhrI
HTC M9 Durability test: http://www.v.ytapi.com/watch/ePKZLTPTDd8
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