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are smartphones getting weaker?
- Published on Mar 28, 2023 veröffentlicht
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What do you think to this video - It's been almost a week in the making
Quick clarifying note: the materials I have mentioned for the hardness picks are the REFERENCE materials. They are example materials, that may differ from the actual materials present on the picks, but will be of equivalent hardness
Don’t understand why you never just kept them honestly love your vids tho ,,
Mrwhosstheboss what is the 🔙 music from 2:18-4:33
Mrwhosstheboss what is the background music from
sound has a problem for me
Waiting for the scratches at level 6. Deeper grooves at level 7
I KNEW SOMEONE WAS GONNA SAY THIS!
@Matt Cruse are...... You white?
Got you 😂
Arun: buys a nokia and a hammer
The table he is using: We are all gonna die
@LΣΩSS I recognize the dQw4w at the beginning always
@Bogart that's a Rickroll
@Bogart nope rickroll
The Nokia was in safe mode so the hammer doesn’t break and the table doesn’t collapse
Table got damaged lol
Doug DeMuro YTPenis cap
My wife destroyed today just her second Galaxy A Series middle class screen. The first destroyed Galaxy phone was the A42 a year ago. Suddenly the screen had a crack but still working. A couple of days later no fingerprint anymore, no pin input, no chance at all to backup her data, no chance turning the phone of - no hardware power off button. It rang for over a week multiple times a day at the configured alarm times. Exactly a year later the same happened to her new beloved A52. No I do wonder how we shall protect a modern smartphone which is surviving my wife. And don't get me wrong - she is not mistreating her phones. She used a Sony Xperia compact pretty long without any damage. I really suspect these phones are to large and to fragile for daily use. And it doesn't help neither that the pickets of women's trousers are so unusable tiny these days. My men's jeans pockets easily have space for two Galaxy S21 Ultras at once while even a tiny Galaxy S doesn't fit into typical women's jeans. So unfair...
people on Clip-Share trying to be funny:
@Texas Mama you um, ever heard of a joke? You even contradicted yourself at the end
There are tears in my eyes weeping over the destruction.
Imagine, subjecting a perfectly nice Nokia to something like that!
Bro more like imagine subjecting that perfectly nice hammer to the Nokia
The Nokia survived. Except the screen.
Durability test: beats with hammer
Normal person: drops once at angle and phone shatters like thanos snapped his fingers
You're comment killed me
@geeky girl 25 did you use a casing? like those rubber ones that are included. or did you test it without any casing
@Ben thankfully i bought the S20+
Remember when people tried to make phones smaller and smaller, then they said "screw it" and made galaxy note 20 ultra with 6.9 inch display? Yeah. Thats nice.
@Stephen Snell nah thats average. Mine is 6.67 inches (redmi note 10 pro). Mine is above average
@𝕌ℕ𝕂ℕ𝕆𝕎ℕ 🏳️🌈⃠ also the Samsung Galaxy A12 Smartphone is quite a large size too with a screen at 6.5 inches in size
@3squares6lines oof number
@jb888888888 What the-
All JerryRigEverything viewers know glass scratches at level 6 with deeper grooves at level 7.
Glass is glass and glass breaks
And this *insert device that failed here* did not pass the durability test
Remember that sapphire screen protector it survived a value OF *9* which is alot and that brick I forgot about that
imagine how painful it would have been to destroy all those phones
Im an Apple fan and user so watching him destroy samsungs was fun to watch for me.
its not painful
@MJ my mom has one that she doesn't use and it still works lol
If you have money it's not and earning money at the same time
It's also interesting to think about what happens when you drop the phone. With the modern phones, you generally hit the back, screen, or sides, which can impact the screen. While on the old brick-style phones, you could hit the back, front, or sides. But it was very unlikely that the screen would receive much, if any, impact.
@151kmh sure, except it's inset and small. if it falls on the ground, unless it literally hits, screen first, at an angle, on the curb, or onto a literal nail, the screen will never be impacted. (and even then, imagine if those devices had access to the glass technology we have now)
@151kmh Oh yes it's "kaput" lmao
Yes, but if the screen received impact, it's kaput immediately
I owned an S4, an S7 and an S10+ and i can say, that my S4 survived the best. The only damage that happened to it was a crack in the glass, but the display still worked perfectly. My S7 was similar; two cracks in the glass, but still working fine. My S10+ fell with a case and the glass cracked worse than my other two phones. It was still working at that time, but later became completely unresponsive.
My S4 was not durable in terms of software.
" The Nokia 3310 has a clear vulnerability in its display" *Starts pounding away like a maniac*
This comment is under rated
Mrwhosetheboss: * goes into any device store *
Employee: Alright how many do you want
Appreciate the effort that you put on making each of your videos.
Imagine Seeing A Guy Smashing Phones In His Backyard
@Zion thats a bad word and bad service
Plainrock124 in 2016
@PowerFlameX I used to do that
The way he constantly hammers the 3310 is so hilarious 😂😂
@mrfoxesite my comment was 5 months ago omg
@Асен Асенов no, 94
@CPASR u mean 80
U r at 69 likes, so this comment has to do.
It was if he wanted it to break, desperately.
So thorough. You are the best at what you do. Never rushed, always well thought out.
Adding anecdotes to match up with the questions that arise in real time.
I just....It's perfect!
The 3310 uses an old school LCD, which is incredibly brittle because of their structure. The screen is recessed though, so it would almost never be impacted when dropped. So the shell is the only part that will really take a beating. That's why it's known to never break.
Arun hitting Samsung with hammer: I'll hit them not hard but good enough to see the durability test.
Arun hitting Nokia: Just break already god damnit.
I just love how he's just repeatedly trying to smash the Nokia-
Arun: I have a Mohs hardness kit
JerryRigEverything: Whomst has summoned the Ancient One
@Bruh Entertainment Studios you're welcome
WhyYes-WhyNot Ireland *Mohs
Not going to lie, this is by FAR my favourite phone durability test format on Clip-Share. Very well done! Very thorough, very definitive with the thought-out points system, and I loved the smaller details paid, like including the actual materials of the Mohs picks and thus giving us viewers actually relativity to the picks and their hardness.
Samsung released 5 versions of the S2 just in Canada alone. I think some of the other S2 models were stronger than the 9100 model shown. The 757 and 989 versions had a little different body design as well as a few internal differences.
While here on SEA region, we have the 9100G model that came with Ti-Omap chip with Power Vr gpu rather than their own exynos chip instead.
It would have been really interesting to see the S10+ with the ceramic back plate to see how that handles the scratch test
Would be interesting to see the s20 and s21 as an update and the s10e as well since that doesn’t have a curved screen at all
Alright, you got me. The screen is my weakness.
Good thing your still good
The reply section is so damm funny 😂😂
You may die😂😂
@Alfonso Lora yes, i use the nokia and its unbreakable.
Wait you can type
Something that may be of interest on the S8 and the S9, is something I found from their Note counterparts. I've bounced my phones around quite a bit, with both my Note 8 and Note 9 dying to a side impact, damaging the OLED display and wrecking the digitizer. However, they would still operate same as before when using the S-Pen as the input. That appears to be what happened on the S9 you tested.
My old S4 is permanently slightly bent just from using it a few years.
Seeing that curved phones became kind of popular shortly after the S4's release, it could be considered a feature ^^
The S4 did however resist drops very, very well.
I'd love to see the same tests done for the s20 and s21
I ugly laughed way harder at "Life Companion" than I probably should have
You should do this with all the iPhones! Would be pretty interesting
You hit the Nokia 3310. It breaks your table.
Never disrespect the legend.
@Certified Goat And nowdays It's impossible....If you drop your phone buy a new one 😂😂
@NiXXSiTY Bro that happened to me I dropped my phone and the battery came off I put it back in and its still working 🤣😆🤣🤣🤣
@Certified Goat He will never know what It feels like to drop your phone without giving f and all you need to do is return your battery inside and turn It on like nothing happened hahaha
@NiXXSiTY I’m pretty sure he does understand the joke it’s just interesting
@A Demon I think Nokia is from Finland so Idk
Wow thanks for this video I've owned a few of these phones. I've shattered one screen with an herb jar that fell out of a cupboard ive been diligent about protectors since and my s 20 plus scares me with the all glass build. Glad to hear that they are still a strong choice would love to see this test on the s20
Please do a durability review on the foldable phones, starting with them closed! I would love too see if there is any benefit too the foldable phones specifically for keeping their primary screens safe
One thing you missed out on the damage test is on the S10 you wasnt able to test the 512gb ceramic version.. i found it quite hard to find comparisons on the ceramic backed smartphones compared to the usual glass variants.. oh well... keep up the good work 'Mr Whos the boss.? ' 👋😂☕
I used to have an S3 mini and the things that phone survived were amazing. Not just me constantly dropping it but I also once accidently kicked it across an entire room and it once fell into a puddle when it was pouring with rain and lay there for a while before I realised I had dropped it. The reason it survived that was probably because the impact of the drop caused the back case to come off and the battery to fall out so it switched off and after leaving it to dry it still worked.
I had that Nokia phone and passed it on to a friend when I got a Walkman phone. My friend worked in a warehouse -- one day while he was on the catwalk for the second tier of the area where he was working, he dropped the Nokia phone -- a twelve foot drop. No visible damage and still worked well.
Trying to damage the Nokia 3310
breaks the table instead
@tom eng duh any normal wood table holds a normal hammer hit some wooden tables even have metal plates inside if they are used for jobs.
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Bonnie & Clyde Ride the universe*
Mrwhosetheboss: * goes into any device store *
Employee: Alright how many do you want
Classic i saw this one on zhc channel
I really wanna see you do this durability test with 1 of those really old Motorola brick phones from the 1980's. My dad had 1 on him when doing some roof work and the thing fell THREE stories onto hard asphalt and the only thing that happened was that the battery came off. He snapped it right back into place and the thing worked no problems.
I believe the whole "gorilla glass" concept was a way for companies to get more money in repairs. They knew that a lot of people were going to not apply a case on their phones almost half of the time. Kind of smart when you think about it because people love looking at their phones rather than protecting them. 🤷🏿♂️
Gorilla glass 5 is crazy strong. I've dropped my Redmi Note 8 Pro so many times in the past 7 months, and there is not a single crack on the screen, or back. Once i was jogging when it fell out of my back pocket into hard, frozen ground and didn't leave a mark. Only recently i got a tempered glass protector because i felt like i was running out of luck, lol.
This makes me so hopeful. My note8 broke after only 5 months (had a case and screen protector but a chip in the corner kilked the display). I just bought a replacement note9 and feel like it will last longer after watching this :)
I skipped the scratch resistance cuz I've seen it a thousand times.
Plastic scratches at level 3 and glass scratches at level 6 with deeper grooves at level 7 🤣😜
You watch too much JerryRigEverything.
i pretty much read that in his voice
@Karen Davidson Nice joke, everyone knows its from I Justine
@Vitrin Neziri what? No its from Jerry rig everything
@Reverend No it's from I Justine
It is a shame that the S20 Ultra couldn't have been added to the review one year later - edit the initially review.
Placing putty, type material, underneath most phones could have distorted the results, and made some displays cracked more easier and also worst than others.
Perhaps, next time, you can also use Whitestone Dome Glass screenprotector on S20 Ultra?
Loved the Nokia 3310 as an actual control/reference~! Samsung is doing things right, I once watched Note 7 dropped from 1000 feet and was still functioning XD! Samsung might just be the next 3310 if they keep going down this path. I wonder if there's a Note strong/weaker test on this channel? - Note 9 user
I've had an S8+ since August 2019 and I must say it has survive so much. I've never had any problem until last months when it fell and finally, after 1 1/2 years, the screen broke... and only a little bit in the corner
I was literally laughing out loud when you hit the nokia over and over again. 😂😂😂
That's because brick Nokia phones are so strong it takes a lot to ruin them
I really liked this video, and I hope you do more videos like this in the future. It'd be interesting seeing all the iPhones or how older Androids compare to newer versions.
@Stephen Snell I’m not referring to how smart they are but how durable they are.
Modern Smartphones are way more smarter than the earlier ones
Arun: does durability test
JerryRigEverything: Wait that’s illegal
It's weird that he didn't give Zack a shout-out
Who is jerry?
scratches at a level 5 with deeper grooves at a level 6
@Finnegan yes your right...
Very good video apart for some flaws.
But if used Whitestone Dome Glass and the OtterBox Defender display would have been better protected.
I had the S6 edge plus. Wow was it ever a beautiful and exciting phone. It crippled after 3 days of owning it (wouldn't charge and the screen was nearly unusable) yet the only damage that could've happened was condensation from a Canadian February. It was by far the most fragile phone I ever owned
Edit: my s8+ was the 2nd worst
9:35 The S4 was amazing! It was a strong phone I used for six years straight and it felt definitly as a life companion!!
The s5 had a flaw where fairly tame acceleration could break the GPU. The phone would still work otherwise and look completely unharmed, but wouldn't output a picture. It looks like that's what happened with the side hammer test on this one if I were to guess.
I've had the s10+ since it came out and it's an absolute monster of phone, I can't describe how many times I've dropped it on yeeted it across the room when I get up with my headphones still on. I even let my 3 year old nephew play with it without any worry.
**Obviously Glass is Glass and Glass breaks**
, A wise man said once.
jerry? ya we love him
Im suprised by the s8. My dad had that phone for quite a while and went through an awful lot of abuse. It had a hole in the screen with a few dead pixels but it still worked completely fine.
would be really interesting if you could remake this video with today's budget and flagship phones
It's pretty sad that most of the phone where still new until you got a hold of them. Great video 😎👍
Imagine him saying
“Scratches at level 6 and deeper grooves at level 7”
LMAO Jerry reference
I wonder how things would have been if you hadn’t compromised the glass prior your impact tests. People are far more likely to have impact issues without incredible gouges in their glass backs.
I guess the order you did do does make for a more…showworthy escalation that people are probably looking for with this video. Whether primary or secondary
"Glass is glass and glass breaks" - Jerryrigeverything
@nTactime_ W and thats how i met your father
Glass is glass and glass is glass and glass is glass and glass is glass...
Sure, glass is glass and glass breaks, but it can *SCRATCH AT LEVEL 6 WITH DEEPER GROOVES AT LEVEL 7* !!!!
Weeffyy with deeper groves at a level 7
I know the s6 did poorly on the test, however, I've had one for 4 years now and I dropped it tons of times. it doesn't have even one scratch on it. a few marks on the metal frame but the glass is in perfect condition. i think that a time test says a lot about a phone's durability bc it's more likely to be dropped over the course of a few years than to be smashed by a hammer. I'm getting an s10 soon and since it did way better on the test I'm hopi g it will last me just as long without any cracks or scratches
I think the reason they are making it weaker is because they want to improve performance but they also want it so that it gets damaged quicker so that people keep upgrading/getting the phones fixed again and again.
Yes they do. I personally prefer a removeable battery and metal case
Great tests and comparison. Stronger phones and IP rating will be great long term
Note: Scratches from level nine are not scratches but are literal cuts/cracks through the glass
There’s noticeable scratches at level 6, with deeper grooves at a level 7
Glass is glass, and glass can break
@Angel Guzmán it isnt
glass is glass
zak Bamber water can’t break
Walid Fakhfakh It isn’t cringe, it’s a glorious reference.
i dont have a decent phone to use and this guy was just doing a test on phones that were functional my heart breaks every smash he did i envy you bro
The reason that the older ones are stronger is because they have to be more bulky. Because of the bulky ness of the old ones, it’s hard to break, as they have bigger wiring, batteries, casing etc.
I felt the pain of those poor majestic phones 📱
U put so much effort into ur videos. Mrwhosetheboss is the reason I got into tech. U r such an inspiration
Morehousetheboss: will samsung phones survive?
Nokia 3310 : will the table survive
Nokia 3310:earth friendly mode on
Will the earth survive?
Lol and the hammer
@TedOfNod its mean to him
*correction- will the hammer survive.
I am disappointed that you don't test Note and Edge Versions. Would love to see this with Note 10+ and newer Galaxys.
How sad but still great to know that they are getting stronger in a way
Nokia will never fail to impress us with their INDESTRUCTIBLE phones
How do you know that the force you apply during all the tests are equal to all the devices?
Either way, my S5 was a drop beast. Dropped it all the time on asphalt and not a scratch.
A wise man once said:“Scratches at Level 6, with deeper grooves at level 7“
Jerryrigeverything the Wise.
He was so wise...
Jerry rig a wise man indeed
I don't get it
tom and jerry or jerry rig everything
They should do this everytime they release a new phone, line up every phone and keep making it more durable
Those s9 results are very surprising to me. That phone has been one of my least durable Samsung phones I have owned, only beat by the s8.
As an owner of the s9 i can confirm that it is easily the most durable piece of tech ive ever owned
Damn, these tests suprised me. My galaxy s8+has been a tank. I've used it since launch with no damage at all besides a slight scratch on my screen. I have not been using a screen protector nor an expensive case. Its been dropped, hit, and smacked. Still nearly perfect.
I was in a motorcycle accident with that same screen protector on my phone, it was virtually untouched except for a slight nick near the camera.
This man broke his table for us...
Respect + +
Not for us for $
@Matt Cruse lol
@Matt Cruse lil
Respect + +
the phones are way more expensive than the table
The glass on my sister's s10e on both sides cracked, and so did the camera glass. Its strong but its too stiff, which isn't an issue with early plastic phones.
dang seems they dont offer the glass ones for the s10 series anymore just for the s20 was hoping to find one for a s10 5g as glass screen protectors are a royal pain with the rounded edges
This video is 2 years old yet I still feel like it’s accurate.
Guys remember always get glass screen protectors they absorb most of the damage a lot of the time.
I would love to see this test with Apple products. The iPhone 3g to 13 pro.
Hits Nokia with hammer repeatedly
The Nokia: *That tickles*
It’s because he put ... at the end...
Same it happens to me to I can’t click read more
@i stole all your duck tape same
@Roistin same here!
@Stephen Snell yes but it can’t break the floor
You are working really hard. I watch your videos and I love them . I have watched your every video at least two times . Amazing content. Round of applause for Mrwhosetheboss
I am happy so see that i had 2 Galaxy phones that were among the high scores.
I had the S3 and recently retired the S7. Both are top 5 of my best phones of all time and my S7 is the best smartphone i have ever owned.
I've had my _Samsung Galaxy_ since April 2020 and I'm amazed at how durable it is. I've dropped it probably 40 or 50 times and it doesn't have a scratch on it. It fell into the toilet one morning while I shaving. I fish it out, dried it off with a towel and it turned right on as though nothing had happened. It fell into a sink filled with hot soapy water and again it started right up after I dried it off. My sister gave me the Galaxy when she upgraded. It came in a green glittery case which I took off and threw in the trash. I'm very happy with this phone. I'm also happy with the Samsung television I bought in 2011 which I'm still using. It works just as good today as it did ten years ago.
*Good Job Samsung!* 👍
you should make a way to hit each phone with the same amount of force each time and continue testing new phones and giving them a durability score
My current phone is an s10 which i had for 17 months already barely has scratches, no cracks neither on the front nor on the back however, my last phone, before the s10 was an s8, which i had for 17 months. I have a huge crater on a corner and a lot of other cracks both on the back and on the front. Conclusion: they are actually getting better but as it seems they needed A LOT of time to get the phones with glass backs to be good in this aspect
*Mrwhosetheboss* : Durability test of the Galaxy's
*JerryRigEveryThing* : No no *that's illegal*
MihirDotGG JerryRigEverthing is a Clip-Share channel which specialises in scratch tests based on levels of sharpness, like the first part of this video
A few years ago I used to own an s5 which I accidentally threw at the floor as hard as I could because I was trying to show that it wouldn't slip out of its case (it did) when it hit the floor the whole display had cracks all over it but it still worked for a few more months until I replaced it so I'm not sure why it got so messed up here
I use S3 and S6 these days, and maybe from this video, my S3 might be better.
Fun fact: I dropped my S6 using a glass screen protector from a high place and the only place of the S6 suffered was the glass screen protector.
the case with the back of the s8 happened to my dad. He dropped it and the back got scratched,and when we got home, the back was cracked after he put it in his pocket.
As time went on, phones started to have more screen space each generation. since screens cant be changed they have to covered with glass.
And as everyone knows:
"Glass is glass and glass breaks"