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The YouTuber known for his scratch, bend and burn tests of the latest smartphones tested the limits of the ultrasonic fingerprint sensor of the S10.
The latest JerryRighEverything video takes a look at the new iPad Pro, and shows off how easily one can turn it into a foldable iPad.
Last year, phone maker TCL almost ran away with great results on durability with the KEYone... with one critical failure. Can it win with the KEY2?
In every major test, it seems that the Chinese manufacturer has put out strengths in durable industrial design, including one weird aspect in which it especially excels.
Nextbit gave way to Razer as plastic gives way to metal. But does that actually mean it can make the cut against a real razer? How about bending?
It's plastic, it's paint, it's an aluminium unibody. Zack Nelson asks what Google was thinking when drawing up blueprints for this phone.
The overall verdict is a positive one, but that wouldn't account for everything the scratch, burn and bend tests encompass.
Zack Nelson, YouTube's JerryRigEverything, took a few tools to the LG V30 and found screws and contacts, not much soldering.
Zack Nelson has put his blades and lighter to the Moto Z2 Force and, surprisingly, other than the ShatterShield screen, everything holds up well.
Some users have reported that even with light use, the BlackBerry KEYone's display pops out of its placement on the device.
Zagg responds to the JerryRigEverything video tearing apart its Sapphire Defense Curve screen protector for the Galaxy S8. Zack Nelson, who made the video, replies back.