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Worlds Largest Smartphone Camera? - Durability Test!

  • Published on Jul 22, 2022 veröffentlicht
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  • Farukh Jafferi
    Farukh Jafferi 4 months ago +348

    Finally xiaomi managed to put a smartphone inside their camera 👍🏻

    • Đức Trần
      Đức Trần 2 months ago

      @Shrees Nokia 1020: Foolish mortal, you dare challenge me.

    • Galerinha do Youtube
      Galerinha do Youtube 2 months ago

      @Beluga for 730? Where?

    • Beluga
      Beluga 2 months ago

      @Galerinha do Clip-Share iphone 13 pro and iphone 14 pro

    • Hola Como
      Hola Como 4 months ago

      @Nika Burduli learn to take a joke dude

    • Soo 🤍
      Soo 🤍 4 months ago

      @Farukh Jafferi I use the phone on average 10 hours a day, I learn 4 or 5 hours, and I watch videos the rest of the time. As for pictures, I might use the camera twice a day, but I am a professional photographer at the same time i use phone for every thing but i don't play on it

  • Bobby Gleeson
    Bobby Gleeson 4 months ago +43

    Great durability test as always! On what I would like to see next, I would really like to see durability tests on both cheaper and mid-range models

  • Daniel Gyimesi
    Daniel Gyimesi 4 months ago +41

    Hi Zack, can you do a comparison between a current flagship phone and a phone from the same company from a few years back to see how the durability has evolved?
    For example if you compare a Samsung galaxy s6 to a brand new s22, how have things improved/have they improved at all?

    • Gustavo Figueiredo
      Gustavo Figueiredo Month ago

      I'd like to see this as well, with repairability also covered.

    • Daniel Gyimesi
      Daniel Gyimesi 3 months ago

      @UnboxingTV I meant to write Zack, the phone autocorrected it though

    • UnboxingTV
      UnboxingTV 3 months ago

      Who is jack?

    • Don Qepi
      Don Qepi 4 months ago

      You can see his video about galaxy s6 and 22 and compare

  • Zadalmelik011
    Zadalmelik011 4 months ago +16

    Kinda glad the 12s Ultra survived despite that little break... Or Xiaomi and its fans (including myself) would've lost their minds considering the effort to make this phone the best camera phone.

  • Evandro Camargo
    Evandro Camargo 2 months ago +2

    Damn. As I watched Jerry so peacefully destroy this phone, I every so often quickly glanced at my own 12S Ultra feeling the most pain I can remember feeling about a product I purchased.

  • Lemonjuice
    Lemonjuice 3 months ago +7

    This guy is the Bob Ross of tech, literally it's so relaxing to listen to him

  • Peagá
    Peagá 4 months ago +6

    You should definately test the long term effects of bending the phone! i did it once, the phone as fine, a few days later the bottom speaker was not working and the charger was slow, it happens that the flat cable that connected the motherboard to the bottom pcb was ripped of the plug

  • MubashirullahD
    MubashirullahD 4 months ago +2

    Im still in love with the 11 ultra. That ceramic back was something

  • qwertyx
    qwertyx 4 months ago

    I have an idea. How about you try doing bend tests first with and after without the case on phones that do come with one? It's a big deal nowdays to include what used to be standard in the past, so why not give these phones the advantage?

  • D Tay
    D Tay 4 months ago +251

    Can't wait for this mans to get his hands on the NOTHING phone.

  • Sean GT
    Sean GT 3 months ago

    Every time I see your videos I cry for the devices you damage, but I appreciate the quality tests you do, since no one else does them with your professionalism.

    JACK SAGOE 4 months ago +3

    Hey Jerry. I am looking forward to the Nothing phone durability and teardown test. It will be fun to see that video.

  • DJ Kevin Kelly
    DJ Kevin Kelly 4 months ago +1

    Good God that was intense watching you! All I kept saying out loud was "No! No! Don't do that to that beautiful phone" LOL and I have to add that is the slickest most seamless "commercial" that you threw in there with the audio books.

  • Michael Rudiger
    Michael Rudiger 4 months ago +1

    I would love to see a durability test on the new ROG Phone 6.

  • haxxy
    haxxy 4 months ago

    Removable buttons are a good thing. I fixed my power button by removing it with a razor blade and spraying some isopropil in the hole. If it wasn't for the removable button, I would have to go to a phone service to remove the back to clean it. It saved me 50$

  • Stefan Gramatikov
    Stefan Gramatikov 4 months ago +6

    hey I just got huawei p50 pro and it is pretty impressive with its camera setup, i would love to see it go through your tests and disassembly!

    APEMAN 4 months ago +11

    Hi Jerry can't wait to see the durability test of the Nothing Phone 1. Looking forward for it. 👍🏻

  • promethbastard
    promethbastard 4 months ago +2

    Sony released the one inch camera sensor in their Xperia Pro-I last October - although the camera bump is a lot more restrained in that.
    Edit: Confirmed that this is the sensor Xiaomi is using, IMX989.

  • David Rühs
    David Rühs 4 months ago

    Amazing video 👍 I love the part with the scale of hardness

  • G Four Gadget
    G Four Gadget 4 months ago +15

    Xiaomi 12S Ultra has the largest smartphone camera while JerryRigEverything has the world's largest collection of disassembled phones ⚔️

    • Fyy 💖
      Fyy 💖 4 months ago

      uii sampai sini ko

  • Life HKX
    Life HKX 4 months ago

    Hi Jerry, Just wondering whether you could do a durability test/review on the yotaphone 3 would be pretty interesting as it has 2 screens (front and back)

  • Irfan Ahmed
    Irfan Ahmed 4 months ago +2

    The transition from camera lens to audible was smooth

  • Mawerick77
    Mawerick77 4 months ago +22

    Asus Zenfone 9 is coming out in a few days. Would love to see a durability test on that one, as I'm seriously considering it to replace my Zenfone 6.

    • Mawerick77
      Mawerick77 4 months ago +1

      @MewtwosDad Up until recently it's been doing well, but during the past month or so I've started having some display issues. Screen randomly goes blank, but the backlight remains lit and you can still "use" the phone. Usually the screen comes back after you lock and unlock it again. I think it has something do to with temperature.
      I've ordered a new screen (with frame) from Aliexpress and will swap it out, see if that helps. Performance wise the phone is still plenty quick.

    • MorphAll
      MorphAll 4 months ago +1

      @MewtwosDad I'll answer with my experience of my Zenfone6, honestly no regrets buying it. Had since it's release and it's a great phone. The pictures taken with it are great, the sound is... Okay. The battery holds for a day it seems while at the start is held for 48 hours. Other than that the software is the best I've had on a phone, and I love the flipping camera.

    • MewtwosDad
      MewtwosDad 4 months ago

      How's your 6 holding up? Considering the 9 to replace my OnePlus 6t.

  • Sassi7997
    Sassi7997 4 months ago +1

    3:10 Actually, the silicone they used is even worse for the environment. Unlike other plastics like PVA or PVC, this silicone is an elastomer (rubber) and you can't recycle rubber.

  • Victor do Valle Felisardo

    If that back part was glass, this phone would turn into a foldable pretty fast

  • Emmanuel Binen
    Emmanuel Binen 4 months ago +7

    I felt bad when you were scratching that self-proclaimed environmently friendly back panel 😁

  • John Lucas
    John Lucas 4 months ago +1

    6:06 LOL!
    Otherwise impressive durability so far. I'm looking forward to the Asus ROG 6/6 Pro and hopefully a Black Shark in your hands for a both durability test and tear down.

  • Tech4Life
    Tech4Life 4 months ago +14

    The silicon material on the back of the phone is far from durable. It's going to just flake away after a few months of use and if left in sunlight for short periods of time, it's going to dryrot and flake away also.

  • Sephrano Blckheart
    Sephrano Blckheart 4 months ago +1

    Interested and looking forward for you to do a durability test for the ROG phone 6 and 6 Pro

  • Christian Vargas
    Christian Vargas 4 months ago

    Always hurts to see a brand new phone get scratched, but it’s for science :)

  • El Cubero Elegante
    El Cubero Elegante 4 months ago

    Will be nice to see the Nothing phone tested :)
    Great video as always. See you!

  • vgamesx1
    vgamesx1 4 months ago +2

    3:20 True, although I still highly appreciate any phone that uses metal, leather or almost any material other than glass for the back.

    • FB Kensar HD
      FB Kensar HD 4 months ago +1

      Glass is infinitely reusable.
      I hate glass backs btw.

  • Chris Kabigting
    Chris Kabigting 4 months ago +22

    I think a Galaxy A73, Galaxy Xcover6 Pro, or Nothing Phone 1 will be good for a phone durability test as well.

    • William Hachem
      William Hachem 4 months ago +2

      @Zaydan Alfariz the best midrange but would be two options, nothing phone with the 778+, or the xiaomi 12 lite, or the best option, Redmi k50 which comes with 8gen1 at 500dollars

    • Zaydan Alfariz
      Zaydan Alfariz 4 months ago +1

      @William Hachem If not for 778, A73 wouldn't be the best midrange to buy. A53 takes the crown

    • William Hachem
      William Hachem 4 months ago +1

      A73 ain't it

  • Zak Moh
    Zak Moh 4 months ago

    Good video, thanks!
    But I was expecting the Nothing Phone 1 by now. Bring on Jerry! 🤩

  • FUTY HD™ • 7.7 Billion Views • 3 Seconds ago

    Level 7 never disappoint us 🔥

  • Victor's Vids
    Victor's Vids 4 months ago

    You should add charging port durability test to your videos!

  • Dominik Lenner
    Dominik Lenner 4 months ago

    would love to see vivo x80 pro teardown video for that huge underscreen ultrasonic fingerprint reader

  • Zero_Smith
    Zero_Smith 3 months ago

    For fingerprint scanners, I gotta say the one on my S22U is extremely good at reading my finger, even with my beat up, greasy mechanic hands.

  • Carson Hardy
    Carson Hardy 4 months ago +1

    Id love to see the ROG phone 6 or 6 pro in considering the 5 didn't go so well.

  • David
    David 4 months ago

    U may test a thinner (like around 7mm) phone to see if they can hold up the tests. The likes of Xiaomi 11/12 lite or Oppo Reno 8 pro

  • Syd Quddus
    Syd Quddus 4 months ago +1

    You should’ve done the Scratch test at the massive lens glass

  • Fighting Peacock
    Fighting Peacock 4 months ago

    Reminds me of that Nokia Lumia 1030 something.
    It too had a gigantic camera bump. This was back when Nokia was at it's worst and the mentioned phone was their last flagship, before going on a hiatus.

  • Ashr.
    Ashr. 4 months ago +2

    when Hubble is more practical in modularity than most consumer laptops

  • Raymando Blades
    Raymando Blades 4 months ago

    Would love to see the Marshall London tested. A phone made by an amplifier company!?

  • paulcoinc
    paulcoinc 4 months ago

    I'd like to see the Samsung A53/73 tested. See how the mid range phones hold up

  • marekprazak
    marekprazak 4 months ago +18

    Hey.. since youre already doing fireproofing, can you star doing submerge test as well for the phones?

    • C L
      C L 4 months ago

      Most of my fones were in soup, gravy and sink never did them no harm

    • Little Jackalo
      Little Jackalo 4 months ago

      Almost all phones are already rated ip67/8. So, since they've already been certified to the IEC standard, there's no use. Pretty much all phones can handle more water than he can reasonably film. He's need to film out at the pool to get deep enough for it to even start affecting the phones.

  • Breakfast is life
    Breakfast is life 4 months ago +3

    Ur honestly so lucky to live how u do, I really couldn’t imagine even owning something like this let alone stress testing it I can’t even afford a car 😂😂

  • axeami135
    axeami135 4 months ago +2

    As good as the camera is I think id have to go for the pro version as this frying pan look is so hideous.

  • SweetOnionCT
    SweetOnionCT 4 months ago +1

    Little late, but the Pixel 6a is coming out soon, so I hope to see a test/tear down of that.

  • The Joker
    The Joker 4 months ago

    By next review you have to mention how much the pressure you applied for the bend test.... Its look like for chinese phones exert extra force and for apple its less..

  • Davii Powell
    Davii Powell 4 months ago +4

    I was planning on upgrading to the 11 ultra.... But this, this looks sooooo much better.
    Also that Mike Wazowski joke was on point. Dbrand could make a skin/case for this phone taking advantage of that 😂

    • BOT
      BOT 4 months ago +5

      for me 11 ultra looks clean than this dog shit

  • The Joker
    The Joker 4 months ago

    By next review you have to mention how much the pressure you applied for the bend test.... Its look like for chinese phones exert extra force and for apple its less..

  • Johnny Lucas
    Johnny Lucas 4 months ago

    Can you test the Pinephone Pro. I'd love to see how it stands up compared to bigger brand phones.

  • Ledo Tedo
    Ledo Tedo 4 months ago

    I wish that you can add water submerge test followed by slam or drop test. I guess those are the most things that people worry about!

  • zzdakota
    zzdakota 4 months ago

    I might be missing something, but what good is an o-ring for water protection good for if there is an open usb-c port, speakers, and mic openings? Over thinking?

  • Ascii89
    Ascii89 4 months ago

    How is that a pass? The bending left permanent structural damage.

  • Paul R
    Paul R 4 months ago

    this will still definitely break in two years of normal use

  • Jim Sackerman
    Jim Sackerman 4 months ago

    I hate the under screen fingerprint readers. The rear print reader on the lgV20 was amazing and the side one on the Motorola z3 worked great too. The Z4 and tcl 10 pro that had under glass ones were unusable.

  • Qasim Mehdi
    Qasim Mehdi 4 months ago

    Please do a video where try to bend a sensor to find out how much force you use during the bend test.

  • Minnesota and whatnot
    Minnesota and whatnot 4 months ago +373

    Thank you for calling out the whole “earth friendly” greenwashing that some companies do just because they make something marginally less horrible for the environment.

    • TubeSurferGeek
      TubeSurferGeek 4 months ago

      @Ra y Again... it's not just phones. You can apply the same logic to cars, watches, appliances, etc. Business don't become socially or ecologically responsible until the market (or government) pushes them into it. Then they pass along the additional cost to consumers. Been that way a hell of a lot longer than iPhones have been around.

    • TubeSurferGeek
      TubeSurferGeek 4 months ago

      @Alex Thousands? Maybe at one time... There are still a lot of reviewers, especially new "wannabes" that aren't likely to amount to anything. Could you imagine if Carlos Aquino (ItsMeMorphious) was still on the scene! RIP Carlos!
      Point is that even if only 1% of his subscribers watch a specific video to determine if they should buy the phone featured... that's almost 80,000 purchases or passes.
      I'm always looking for the next big thing. One day we'll see "Scratches at a level *7* with deeper grooves at a level 8."! 🙂

    • Ra y
      Ra y 4 months ago

      @TubeSurferGeek it's kinda both. The brain-dead consumers and the typical tech giants such as Apple, Samsung. If you had really cared about the environment a least bit, you would've stopped producing the same device with a different name and marginal improvement each year. And what's the justification for that? It's actually "Let's save some bucks by not giving them another 20$ charger."

    • Alex
      Alex 4 months ago

      @Pvshka uh huh, yeah, that's why we are watching. I would bet that an extremely low percentage are watching to make an informed purchase decision. People are watching for the destruction. Just reading the comments is proof of that.

    • Alex
      Alex 4 months ago +1

      @TubeSurferGeek There is always a justification and he is one of thousands who do this. Honestly 90% who watch these vids are not watching to make informed purchase decisions. we are watching for the train crash. Truthfully, we are the problem propagating the behaviour by watching. Marques at least doesn't destroy products.

  • Sidd
    Sidd 4 months ago

    It feels so good to hear "planned obsolescence" from more and more people these days. Its a serious problem which needs serious attention.

    CRO GAMER 4 months ago

    Looking on this video i'm thinking do you can do a test on Xiaomi 11T Pro
    I'm interested in that smartphone durability

  • Tori
    Tori 4 months ago

    You should start incorporating drop tests

  • sysalchemist
    sysalchemist 3 months ago

    love the 4k 60fps content !!

  • Vishad Vishwakarma
    Vishad Vishwakarma 4 months ago +1

    that's actually an IR blaster (works like a tv remote) on the top, not a light sensor at 2:31

  • Andrea Padilla
    Andrea Padilla 3 months ago

    I love Jerry but it's painful to watch what the phones go through 🥲😅

  • Mr. Chip
    Mr. Chip 4 months ago

    I’d like to see the durability test and teardown of the upcoming Google pixel 6a.

  • Brandon S
    Brandon S 4 months ago

    Congrats Xiaomi!!❤️

    RAVEN_SPRING_9000 4 months ago

    This was like watching someone constantly scratch their nails against an old school chalk board 😭

  • Óracle Morâh
    Óracle Morâh 4 months ago

    It passes the durability test but I'd rate it 6/10

  • Marcin Długosz
    Marcin Długosz 4 months ago

    I think you don't get your 100% power in the bend test like you always did 🧐

  • DPxFlash
    DPxFlash 4 months ago

    Would love to see you do a teardown of the redmagic 7 pro

  • TheLavaKing8765
    TheLavaKing8765 4 months ago +3

    thanks for the great video! Always looking forward to your durability tests! Can you durability test the Google Pixel 6A?

  • John Velas
    John Velas 4 months ago

    Totally serious question for you. I have a rotary dial wall phone that just got fried in a t-storm.
    Are AT&T flip phones any good? I don't want internet/gps/nothing, just a phone. Which I have no intention of taking outside the house.

  • Alien Kitten
    Alien Kitten 4 months ago

    I guess smartphones producers never learn not to put antennas on the side as it's the weak point and instead, put them on upper (top) side.

  • Goldwin
    Goldwin 4 months ago

    Hi and just wanted to say I'm a big fan.please do the durability test on the oppo find X5 pro, I'd love to see what the ceramic backs like in the bend test,cheers.

  • Parthi SaNjay
    Parthi SaNjay 4 months ago

    Zack, do scratch level tests on the large size camera glass

  • Jeff
    Jeff 4 months ago +7

    Have you tested the Sony XZ2? I wonder how dropping it several times until the internal back camera disconnects would go?

  • Axell Bongers
    Axell Bongers 4 months ago

    The Nothing Phone 1 should be next! 🤪 I pre-ordered one, so i'm curious 🙌🏻

  • Jordi Quiroga
    Jordi Quiroga 4 months ago

    Oh, I'm expecting the ROG phone 6's test. If this one survives, I might as well get one...

  • P. K.
    P. K. 4 months ago +2

    Did you just said light sensor 😂😂😂😂
    That's the world famous IR blaster 🔥
    What happened to you today bro⁉️🤣

    USERNAME_ERROR 4 months ago

    You haven't uploaded the inside of some phones and can't wait for this one 😉

  • Ôtman Milanô
    Ôtman Milanô 4 months ago +1

    Broo I'm in pain watching those epic smartphones getting destroyed while I'm struggling to get one lol

  • Denis525 ᷊
    Denis525 ᷊ 4 months ago

    looking forward for ZenFone 9 once it comes out

  • Anakin Skywalker
    Anakin Skywalker 4 months ago

    i like the teardows more. the scratching send chills down my spine 😭

  • E.S Anoop
    E.S Anoop 4 months ago +1

    Android phone manufacturers have to improve their software, image processing algorithms instead of focusing on the hardware and advertising big sensors as marketing gimmicks. Iphones camera's has older sensors but still manages to deliver great pics only because of their superior image processing algorithms. Android phone makers still haven't understood this. 😏😒😒

  • TubeSurferGeek
    TubeSurferGeek 4 months ago +89

    In the early days of the iPhone vs. "everyone else" wars, I recall seeing pretentious asshats breaking iPhones just to get views on Clip-Share... entitled trolls.
    On the flip side, Zack is performing a service to potential buyers of the product. Being informed as to certain weaknesses is invaluable (and entertaining) and we all appreciate it.

    • MrSimon1909
      MrSimon1909 4 months ago

      he does the same shit just in a more sophisticated way

    • TubeSurferGeek
      TubeSurferGeek 4 months ago +1

      @Blahorga Slisk Blah, blah, blah... same old arguments. By the rhetoric, I can tell which side you fall on. No worries.
      ALL companies strive to dominate the market, some are better at it. You think that Samsung or any of the others wouldn't sell their mothers to be in Apple's position? They're all the same.
      I've seen parents wait in line to buy Cabbage Patch dolls... it's nothing new.

    • Blahorga Slisk
      Blahorga Slisk 4 months ago +1

      @TubeSurferGeek Sure there are a lot of greedy companies, but Apple has some of the most fanatical customers. Often they go to ridiculous lengths just to have the latest and hottest Apple product. Or actually it's like 90% iPhone today.
      I'll agree that their tablets are pretty slick, but I just don't get the iPhone craze. And it's the same with their computers. They are slick but not anything special. It's the computer for the person not really interested in computers, and there is nothing wrong with that.
      But it comes at a cost, both monetary and freedom related. Using Apple products means you are locking yourself into the Apple ecosystem or walled garden if you like. So it's a choice you shouldn't make lightly.
      And yet with all the restrictions that comes with Apple product their users are pretty fanatical, willing to wait in line for days just to buy the latest iPhone. That's if there is any left when they get to the store. So yes they are easy to make fun of.

    • TubeSurferGeek
      TubeSurferGeek 4 months ago +1

      @Rennie Ash At least his videos have some value to their content and aren't just the mindless "Let's see wuts in tha box!".
      I can't believe that unboxing videos are still a thing.

    • TubeSurferGeek
      TubeSurferGeek 4 months ago +2

      @Blahorga Slisk The phone wars, just like the PC wars and the platforms were/are stupid... pandering to fan boys on either side for views. Apple isn't the only greedy company out there. Samsung, LG, Motorola, Xiaomi, Huawei, Oppo, etc. they're all raking in the profits from people who want the latest/newest gadget.

  • Gerson Santiago
    Gerson Santiago 4 months ago

    Is cubic zirconia just as hard as diamond? If so, why do you think no manufacturer has tried making a CZ display?

  • Sky Valois
    Sky Valois 4 months ago

    I know it's a couple of years old, but would you do a durability test on the Motorola edge plus?

  • CMstacker
    CMstacker 4 months ago +1

    Hey Zack, just a little correction. During the ad segment you said that Kathryn D. Sullivan was the first woman to walk in space but you probably meant first American woman. Soviet Svetlana Savitskaya was first overall couple of months earlier and it seems her mission was pushed forward just to beat you pesky capitalists :`)

  • Nayden Getov
    Nayden Getov 4 months ago

    I'm still waiting almost 2 years for mate 40 pro's durability test🙄

  • sahlan ahmad
    sahlan ahmad 4 months ago

    How about some Sony's smartphone or any of their product? It's been a while. Do they still holds world's biggest copper cooling in their smartphone?

  • Confusedforreal
    Confusedforreal 4 months ago

    Hey just wanted you to know that I much prefer the teardown videos over these durability ones, and sadly you haven't been doing a lot of teardown videos lately. kinda disappointing

  • aa ak
    aa ak 4 months ago

    Can u please do a durability and teardown on Xperia 1 IV? It would b interesting to check the cooling system as it has heating issues.

  • Steps to Leaps Podcast
    Steps to Leaps Podcast 4 months ago

    Watching thing hurt my heart soooooo much. I love Xiaomi phones, that is the only phone I use. Great video though, saving to get one of these.

  • Toby
    Toby 4 months ago +56

    I love this design. I like the clean look you get when all the cameras are under one single “lens”.

    • dark mode AJ
      dark mode AJ 2 months ago

      @Gonçalo Melo why is that sad? It's what people want, and phones should cater to what people want, they also need to keep improving

    • Costa
      Costa 4 months ago

      Looks like a kitchen hob

    • Gusion
      Gusion 4 months ago +1

      @Gonçalo Melo becaus epeople want to take photos with their phones,not to buy a camera.

    • Gonçalo Melo
      Gonçalo Melo 4 months ago +5

      @Toby Yes, which is sad. Cameras are a useful feature, and it's nice to see that specialized phones exist. The problem is that most phones want to be cameras.

    • Toby
      Toby 4 months ago +10

      @Gonçalo Melo It seems we’ve crossed over into cameras that also have phones.

  • EngiNetion
    EngiNetion 4 months ago

    The rear design reminds me of Galaxy Camera and Lumia 1020.

  • Innero01
    Innero01 4 months ago

    It's soo nice to see exactly 20.5% of a video being a sponsor ad.

  • The Digital Lens
    The Digital Lens 4 months ago

    Just hearing Zack's voice calms your mind so much 😅

  • Tomo Tomo
    Tomo Tomo 4 months ago

    These antenna lines seem to be a common problem for 5g phones