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  • bxb L.J
    bxb L.J 3 months ago +378

    The suspension on the speaker looks impressive. Would like to see how much travel it has when played

    • Briggan The Wolf
      Briggan The Wolf 2 months ago

      @ciro589m Or, in more technical terms, "Xmax" (Max. Physical excursion), and "Xlim" (Max. Linearity before distortion).

    • Sparkling Wine
      Sparkling Wine 2 months ago

      @Djen Slijk he sounds very young. Kids these days only know about earpods

    • ciro589m
      ciro589m 3 months ago +3

      In the speakers industry it's called "excursion"

    • SoltColt
      SoltColt 3 months ago

      Ah, you so cute dumbo person!

    • Andrew Carnegie
      Andrew Carnegie 3 months ago +3

      @Djen Slijk it's only fun when it moves up and down oh yeas faster oh yeah

  • Cinnamon
    Cinnamon 3 months ago +150

    Fun fact about Opera... it may have been around 'Since the dawn of the internet' but is now merely a Chromium reskin, and is pretty much as close to a Chrome reskin as you can get, just with their additional services added.
    If you want a browser that has actually been around 'since the dawn of the internet' and is no longer a (complete) shell of its former self, Firefox is a better option. Actually uses it's own browser engine rather than reinforcing chromium's/chrome's stranglehold on nearly all browsers available.

    • The Aroused Eunuch
      The Aroused Eunuch Month ago

      @mjc0961 Firefox works just as well as Chromium, as far as I'm concerned. I "daily drive" both, and I can barely tell a difference between the two.

    • Nadhir Nadzlee
      Nadhir Nadzlee 2 months ago

      @mjc0961 firefox and edge works better than chrome. I'm working with computers everyday, 100+ tabs and multiple windows.

      SHA THAAN 2 months ago

      Lol, I would bet you use Linux

    • TheGlenGarrys
      TheGlenGarrys 3 months ago

      The guy just puts his name on whoever the highest bidder is … like most other Clip-Share “influencers” 😆

    • Arya1999
      Arya1999 3 months ago

      @FastSloth87 Edge is the slowest of the three.

  • Jakub Šemoda
    Jakub Šemoda 3 months ago +84

    Hey Zack, when you talked abouth small vibrator motor from times of old flip phones, I got an idea. Wouldn’t it be cool, and nostalgic, to make retro durability test and tear down with some of legendary old phones, like Nokia N95? J

    • Mark Stevens
      Mark Stevens 2 months ago

      @Josh Dean no I'm not, read the other comments including the main one. Everyone else seems to think his name is Zack for some reason.

    • Josh Dean
      Josh Dean 2 months ago

      @Mark Stevens are you contending that his names is Zack ? 😂

    • Devonodev
      Devonodev 2 months ago +1

      @Mark Stevens Jerry-rig is also a valid variant of jury-rig.

    • Mark Stevens
      Mark Stevens 3 months ago

      @# NemoInRealLife so why is the channel called Jerry Rig? The proper term is jury rig and so if it's not a play on his name then it makes no sense.

    • # NemoInRealLife
      # NemoInRealLife 3 months ago +4

      @Mark Stevens the guy who tears down phones for your entertainment, name isn't Jerry it's Zach 😂

  • G Four Gadget
    G Four Gadget 3 months ago +143

    Certainly one of the more interesting and unique phones to be tear down. All the features are really practical and nothing fancy about it. Nice 👍🏾

    • DualShock 3
      DualShock 3 3 months ago


    • Slav Boii
      Slav Boii 3 months ago +1

      Other than the repairability if this teardown is to be taken as granted

  • Keyleb
    Keyleb 3 months ago +184

    nice one as always, i do wish to see the tear-down of the galaxy s tab you did a durability test for some while back, it was too sturdy and I am just burning with curiosity on why it stood the test

    • Dhruva Meti
      Dhruva Meti 3 months ago +3

      @Francisco Pitau same....his one third video is just ad and vanced does work for me

    • Francisco Pitau
      Francisco Pitau 3 months ago +2

      @Ziltoid The omniscient give this man an award 😂🤣

    • Ziltoid The omniscient
      Ziltoid The omniscient 3 months ago +12

      @Fyn Kozari I didn't realize what you were complaining about, until I remembered Sponsorblock filters that out for me. That's quite BS tho

    • Rookie Man
      Rookie Man 3 months ago +1

      Samsung built different!

    • Fyn Kozari
      Fyn Kozari 3 months ago +9

      What has happened to Jerryrig? 30% of the video just talking about ad.

  • TechDove
    TechDove 3 months ago +24

    Most phones die during the durability test, very few die during the teardown 😅
    I hope you're able to find a replacement display so this doesn't become e-waste

    • skootz24
      skootz24 3 months ago +4

      I'd bet this video will save at least a couple poor fools like me from making the same mistake. So even if it does then it died for science so that others may live!

  • R10101
    R10101 3 months ago +153

    Tell you what though, besides the tricky means of entry and the one or two sneaky cables, this phone seems really well thought out when it comes the internal layout, once that nut is cracked it would be very easy to fix when needed. Especially that battery.

    • Adierit
      Adierit 3 months ago +2

      Usually if you're taking a screen off that you value keeping intact, prying up on it with a razor blade before you're cut all the adhesive isn't a step you would do.

    • Andrew Carnegie
      Andrew Carnegie 3 months ago +1

      Means of entry is tricky, there's resistance and tightess but it won't be any fun without the resistance.

    • Satsuma GT
      Satsuma GT 3 months ago +1

      Heat it up enough, try suction cup or something similar, and last but not least: Plastic tools, no razor blade!

    • Sycamorph
      Sycamorph 3 months ago +1

      Wait, I know you. Had to double check. You are Lumanator's friend.

    • RedRingOfDead
      RedRingOfDead 3 months ago +1

      Yeah exactly
      Although I'm worried about the screen. I think you need to replace that every time you gonna fix the battery. If the parts are cheap it's still a pill i would swallow

  • T H E P Λ R K Λ N Y I
    T H E P Λ R K Λ N Y I 3 months ago +117

    I remember when the $400 price tag on an iPhone was considered *very* expensive. I think we really lost reasonable pricing when an almost *$300* phone is considered 'cheap'...

    • Fancy Yahoo
      Fancy Yahoo 2 months ago

      @Rohit V I'm not an economics student, but I feel that the 'inflation' hasn't been as crazy in other markets as it has been in the phone and PC graphics processing unit (GPU) market. It's more a case of manufacturers understanding that customers are willing to pay stupid amounts of money for buying newer products with the same feature set as their predecessors, just more up to date.
      The tipping point was reached in 2017 when Apple started the US$1000 flagship smartphone pricing trend - not counting the special ultra-high-end gold and diamond phones which are made by niche companies - with its iPhone X. Since then, flagship phones starting from US$1000 has become routine for both iOS and Android phones, and not in a good way. The increase in features hasn't been as proportionate as the price increase itself. "But phones have much more processing power than before!" And where does this increased processing power lead to, other than just keeping up with the current times and ever-increasing data sizes?
      In the GPU market, I suspect both Nvidia and AMD have used the electronic chip shortage as an excuse to significantly hike the prices of their graphics cards through the demand-and-supply principle, but still launching highly expensive cards despite said chip shortage slowly nearing its end now. The Nvidia RTX 30xx flagship cards are still crazy expensive; better not talk about the RTX 40xx that was unveiled by Nvidia just recently. Same goes for AMD GPUs. Bulk of the tech market has begun looting customers while providing no proportionate increase in value for money (not equivalent to cheapness).

    • Arandomperson
      Arandomperson 2 months ago

      It never cost $400. That was artificially low because of the two year contract

    • Jake77
      Jake77 3 months ago

      @T H E P Λ R K Λ N Y I 10 years ago there only was a basic instagram version without storys... most games wouldn't run smooth, cameras were very bad and there were only a fraction of the apps we have nowdays. you had to use custom ROMs on android for it to rum smooth and iphone were lacking basic features. today you can basically replace your computer and Camera with an iphone. its absurd to think that 2012 phone were just as good as 2022 phones.

    • Jake77
      Jake77 3 months ago

      @Luiz what are you on? Apples net margin is 25% and they aren't a trillion dollar company anymore

    • Brandon Chutt
      Brandon Chutt 3 months ago

      @Luiz How many times do I have to tell you. Tech companies target 70% margins so it's 30% for the build of materials. No one ever said 70% for the cost of components. Please learn English thanks👍

  • Donut Sandwich
    Donut Sandwich 3 months ago +4

    I'd be interested to see a Red Magic 7 teardown. Not just for the fan, but with the transparent back showing some of the highlights of the phone Im also curious to see what additional thermal distribution is in that phone.

  • The Midnight Flight
    The Midnight Flight 3 months ago +41

    Would love to see a video about the battery recycling process. I look forward to it!

  • VikTOR
    VikTOR 3 months ago +12

    I was always amazed at how you can peel off displays with a construction knife, and the point here is not that you are disassembling the phone for the first time, but that the tool is not intended for this!

  • KrisMaster4
    KrisMaster4 3 months ago +39

    I love that when he tried getting in the phone literally tried calling for help before the screen bled out

  • Zero
    Zero 3 months ago

    This phone would be more interesting to me if the battery was removable. I've been through 3 batteries on my 2016 LG V20, which was barely an inconvenience since the back comes off with a push of a button.

  • Larry Fasnacht
    Larry Fasnacht 3 months ago +3

    Can’t wait to see the guts of an iPhone 14 Pro Plus. I would love to know more about the “vapor cooling chamber”.

  • Abhraneel Dhar
    Abhraneel Dhar 3 months ago +5

    My biggest anxiety is Jerry accidentally cutting his thumb while opening phones with that knife hold

  • Michael Janicki
    Michael Janicki 3 months ago +4

    0:30 correction: Opera used to be a one of the OG browsers. Now it's just another chrome imposter since they moved to chromium (I loved the REAL opera browser, it was so iconic)

  • rover
    rover 3 months ago +2

    Seeing this has once again made me realize how much I wish samsung would bring back their _Active_ lineup.

  • Will Kirk
    Will Kirk 3 months ago +1

    i’ve been watching you for i’m not sure how long… i remember when you upgraded to the note 10+ from i’m not sure what previous phone but this is one of the most violent tear downs i’ve seen! Not including folding ipad pros or ripping open the original Z Fold

  • Kshitij Thakre
    Kshitij Thakre 3 months ago +3

    When the razor blade was tearing through the phone screen, I was literally like "Goddddamn Jerry" 😂

  • Moxie
    Moxie 3 months ago +4

    Pretty impressive phone for the price, large battery, expandable storage, the IR camera and that huge speaker.. not bad at all

  • electronicintruder
    electronicintruder 3 months ago +3

    Always entertaining and interesting videos. You should consider doing a walk thru meditation guide series or voice over work. Your vocal pattern is absolutely soothing to listen to. I have been checking in on your channel ever since your first Flip teardown.

  • Kai Gräser
    Kai Gräser 3 months ago +1

    That was a very entertaining disassembly process.

  • Frostbite38
    Frostbite38 3 months ago +4

    I wanna see a teardown of a landline phone.

  • alaa saati
    alaa saati 3 months ago +1

    When you go in a phone from the screen side, shouldn't all the screws be upside down
    Or are they some kind of double face screws?

  • Rahul Pruthi
    Rahul Pruthi 3 months ago +1

    Thanks for the video! Very helpful and easy to follow instructions

  • Marcos Garcia
    Marcos Garcia 3 months ago +4

    That screen removal was so painful to see.

  • Joseph Altman
    Joseph Altman 3 months ago +1

    Watching that LCD being destroyed took a toll on me.

  • Igor L
    Igor L 3 months ago +18

    Opera is still my browser of choice, for all the reasons you mentioned, and it's not ram hungry.

    • Bastien Cron
      Bastien Cron 3 months ago

      @Argen Tina Chromium is also open source if you want to go that way

    • Argen Tina
      Argen Tina 3 months ago

      @Bastien Cron but since you can compile firefox yourself (open source) you can check what it is doing under the hood if you really wanted to

    • Bastien Cron
      Bastien Cron 3 months ago

      @Argen Tina It's the same for every company with free services, like Google, but also Firefox since they don't sell any products

    • LifeIsShørt
      LifeIsShørt 3 months ago +1

      @Argen Tina chrome is better 🤡

    • ً
      ً 3 months ago

      @Argen Tina yeah

  • A S Chaitanya
    A S Chaitanya 3 months ago

    Would love to see truly wireless earphones teardown I would love to see internals of those tiny pods

    • Curunnil
      Curunnil 3 months ago

      Yeah but still, I would like to see the insides

    • K.R
      K.R 3 months ago

      The issue is that these are not meant to come apart, so they would rarely survive it

  • Marty .J
    Marty .J 3 months ago +4

    hey Zach, I found a new product I think you would like.
    it's the new Zenbook 17 fold from ASUS as it is now the newest and biggest folding display on the market and unlike the iPad, this one is made to fold.
    would love to see you do a review and durability test on this cool tech.

  • Lulleee
    Lulleee 3 months ago +3

    That screen-cutting part is my favorite 20ish seconds ever.

  • Deez Nuts • 23 years ago

    I just love the look of the screen slowly getting venomed as you pull the knife through

  • Technology is Awesome
    Technology is Awesome 3 months ago +1

    This phone speaker needs a Guinness world record

  • trullymichael_jr
    trullymichael_jr 3 months ago +33

    One of these days Jerry will find his name engraved inside these devices

    • trullymichael_jr
      trullymichael_jr 3 months ago

      @TwinTurbo Ray 💯

    • TwinTurbo Ray
      TwinTurbo Ray 3 months ago +1

      @trullymichael_jr I know, Captain Obvious.

    • trullymichael_jr
      trullymichael_jr 3 months ago +5

      @TwinTurbo Ray It's Zack but for the sake of the Channel. Jerry 🙂

    • TwinTurbo Ray
      TwinTurbo Ray 3 months ago +2

      Well, he's not called Jerry. So he might find his own name...

  • Josh Koeller
    Josh Koeller 3 months ago

    I would love to watch a recycle video for circuit boards and batteries

  • spcrowe
    spcrowe 3 months ago

    Oukitel WP17, would love to see how it tests in comparison to this rugged phone

  • Dean Harstad
    Dean Harstad 3 months ago

    Man, with all that damage, I think you’d need DNA testing to ID it. Rough.

  • xorian
    xorian 3 months ago

    Have you been using the same lighter since the very first durability video or do you consistently get yellow ones for consistency? :D

  • Adem Omerovic
    Adem Omerovic 3 months ago +1

    1:25 Opera revolutionized internet with "multiple browser windows" now known as "tabs". I mean it was wow back then.

  • Saskeu
    Saskeu 3 months ago +11

    The bleeding edge of technology
    Is when he removed the screen 🙃

    DINO EGG 3 months ago +19

    i love hearing zacks voice its so realaxing and good to hear at night ly zack

    • Jack Perry
      Jack Perry 3 months ago

      @Jack Wrath The irony is real

    • Feynrizk
      Feynrizk 3 months ago +1

      @Jack Wrath but only having 3 digits subscribers

    • E
      E 3 months ago +1

      @Jack Wrath no

  • Samiowe
    Samiowe 3 months ago +1

    We will know it’s Armageddon when Jerry is unable to damage the phones.

  • BowieMine
    BowieMine 3 months ago +3

    [Applause] Now that we know what it looks like

  • Tobias D.
    Tobias D. 3 months ago +2

    I liked the part when the last bit of screen opened the phone to call 911...

  • UhOh
    UhOh 3 months ago

    Please make a video on the recycling process of phone batteries , that would be awesomely informative

  • Dawson Design Production Co.

    4:36 As a Lenovo Tab repair guy, those tablets still use those vibration motors as to the budget Moto phones.

  • Matthew Radford
    Matthew Radford 3 months ago

    That screen clung on to life all the way to the bitter, sorry end. Impressive.

  • Kiki
    Kiki 3 months ago +1566

    Jerry is actually handsome.

    • Kean Zerep
      Kean Zerep 2 months ago

      ya hes a strong hulky bulky monster 🤣

    • PhoenixYT 124
      PhoenixYT 124 2 months ago

      @Jack Wrath for sure m8

    • PhoenixYT 124
      PhoenixYT 124 2 months ago

      Rugged phones are a scam anyway

    • Annyumi
      Annyumi 2 months ago

      Wtf everyone have anime pfp, if you have, I sub to u

    • Seif Mohamed
      Seif Mohamed 2 months ago

      @Jack Wrath 🚮🗑️

  • DzMacD
    DzMacD 3 months ago

    The fact that it took almost half the screen before it shut off... While still seeming like it was responding... damn that thing is rugged.

  • jimv1983
    jimv1983 3 months ago

    A 7,000mAh battery? With that size battery I could forgive a lot of other downsides.

  • Lauriell Atanacio
    Lauriell Atanacio 3 months ago

    Looking forward for the new ROG 6 to be tested.

  • Alsafejri Szemi
    Alsafejri Szemi 3 months ago

    I'd like to see the Ulefone Power Armor 13 next time. I have one and it's an absolute beast with it's 13,2Ah battery. It realy lasts for a week for me.

  • C e s a R
    C e s a R 3 months ago +2

    Wow! I'm totally impressed:
    Opera browser still exist!

  • Shridhar G
    Shridhar G 3 months ago +3

    Jerry: "we will use the front door" it was like "FBI OPEN UP"

  • look at Mr. LipkisS
    look at Mr. LipkisS 3 months ago

    With all the amazing videos you make for people to see inside of a phone but you may have contributed just a little more e waste then an average user to this planet

  • Craig__Morris
    Craig__Morris 3 months ago

    I see on your Opera browser you have the Asus ZenFone 8 in a tab. Are you considering doing a durability test on the newly released ZenFone 9 at all?
    I have one on pre-order and with it being a compact flagship device I'm curious how durable it is and (more so) if I can have it in my skinny jeans pocket without it breaking 😄

  • Aaron Carrigan
    Aaron Carrigan 2 months ago

    You messed up with the fold 4 too, forgetting to remove the plastic screen protector when testing the hardness...

  • Satsuma GT
    Satsuma GT 3 months ago +1

    The problem is you opening phones with razor blades: Plastic tools very likely wouldn't have caused that

  • qwerty azerty
    qwerty azerty 3 months ago

    Idk why but that speaker unit looks like a giant version of a camera lens to me.

  • Mansour Yaacoubi
    Mansour Yaacoubi 3 months ago +5

    0:13 275$
    1:54 170$
    The price dropped quite fast.

  • Angeline Ang
    Angeline Ang 3 months ago

    You should get sponsored by opera gx. It’s really good and it’s just opera with extra features and cooler design

  • stano sibi
    stano sibi 3 months ago +10

    Hi Zack, not really much to the topic, just wanted to ask have you ever seen/tested phone or screen protector with a diamond screen protection?

    • izan efe
      izan efe 3 months ago

      @TwinTurbo Ray in the context of using them to protect phone screens they're very much alike, the objective when using them is to make the screen harder, and therefore harder to scratch
      both accomplish this goal, sapphire is softer than diamond, but also cheaper to implement

    • TwinTurbo Ray
      TwinTurbo Ray 3 months ago +2

      @izan efe sapphire and diamond have nothing to do with eachother. Absolutely nothing at all.

    • stano sibi
      stano sibi 3 months ago +2

      @Hyperion Yup, saw that video. But it was sapphire not really diamond.

    • Hyperion
      Hyperion 3 months ago

      Zack has tested a kyocera duraforce phone with a sapphire screen before, go look it in his channel

    • Little Jackalo
      Little Jackalo 3 months ago

      @Pegasz no. It doesn't have a sapphire screen.

  • ColdBloodedVK
    ColdBloodedVK 3 months ago

    "Including infrared night vision sensor" Pops out... now it's not included, but you can buy it separately.

  • MahBubuR Rahman
    MahBubuR Rahman 3 months ago +3

    The display held itself for quite some time before it got totally destroyed

  • Vuedoo
    Vuedoo 3 months ago

    The crunching sounds from removing the screen is both satisfying and painful at the same time

  • Kiranz THINGS
    Kiranz THINGS 3 months ago +1

    isn't that teardown videos are getting shorter 🙄, feeling like loosing something ❤️😭

  • androidpioneer
    androidpioneer 3 months ago +2

    Jerry's like the final boss you can't defeat 😎 💪 🤣🤣

  • Lukasz Zyla
    Lukasz Zyla 3 months ago +1

    Maybe go back to classics and do a durability test of old Nokia 5510 ? I loved that phone back then 😁

    ROCKYBOB 3 months ago +1

    Waiting eagerly for the Electric Hummer video 🤞🏻 need more updates on it

  • Karrier Bag
    Karrier Bag 3 months ago

    Not often I comment about an advert BUT I have been using Opera Browser for longer than I can remember, on PC laptop, tablet, phone... It is brilliant IMO.

  • huh
    huh 3 months ago

    It's so weird seeing those lcd blob thingies on a phone these days

  • Thoompie-14
    Thoompie-14 3 months ago

    When you do a tear down for the flip 4, can you please do a second scratch test under the screen protector?

  • Marvin R
    Marvin R 3 months ago

    i had opera for a very long time as a backup browser on my phone, in part for their proxy/vpn with compression, but i dropped it immediately when a few months ago it started advertising NFTs in my notification area.
    it had never shown an ad before, and it was from the browser itself.

    • Bastien Cron
      Bastien Cron 3 months ago

      It's strange, I use opera on android since several years and haven't noticed something like that (you can disable some optional advertisements in the browser settings)

  • Shibam M.
    Shibam M. 3 months ago +2

    02:55 One final attempt, as the phone tries to "call for help" !!!xD

  • Hany Baabdullah
    Hany Baabdullah 3 months ago

    Definitely Galaxy Fold 4 .. inside will be interesting 😍

  • Carter Thiel
    Carter Thiel 3 months ago

    love what you do and your stuff is entertaining, but is a razor blade the best tool for prying? Your iFixit kit has some guitar picks that would be more gentle, you can also use alcohol to "dissolve" the glue. but I also understand your videos arent focued on being gentle, so im sure you already know.

  • Tribal Memes
    Tribal Memes 3 months ago

    When he pushed the screw out of the speaker mainboard I thought he broke a camera lol.

  • Andrew j
    Andrew j 3 months ago

    I am a woodworker with 60 working hour each week and no stranger to sharp object. But still, seeing someone using utility knife up close always give me an anxiety & chill, yet i do that almost everyday

  • XpoopinyofaceXz
    XpoopinyofaceXz 3 months ago

    I would hate to be the guy behind him in line for something and they say "lucky you you got the last one." Cause you know exactly what hes gonna do to it when you want to use it. Lol

  • Sandeep Nath
    Sandeep Nath 3 months ago +1

    Super satisfied with your video, can't explain my feelings to you 😍👍

  • pafawag5b6b5b
    pafawag5b6b5b 3 months ago +1

    this is exactly what happened to my a41 when i tried to do what you do in your videos

  • Vitska
    Vitska 3 months ago

    my instant thinking was can you attach the screen from any other phone that you already teared apart. it would be cool to see if you can attach some iphone 4 screen haha

  • Mon Treal
    Mon Treal 3 months ago +4

    He did forget to teardown Surface Duo 2 though. Only durability test

  • Knut H. Ødegaard
    Knut H. Ødegaard 3 months ago

    Hey, nice channel. especially the Humvee EV prosject. I have a Ulefone Power Armor 13, would be nice if you took this apart your "usual" way 🙂

  • Sankalpie Tech Tips
    Sankalpie Tech Tips 3 months ago +1

    He did not forget about the phone. He was just waiting for another sponsorship😂😂

  • Ferdi B
    Ferdi B 3 months ago

    Pretty big speaker for a phone. Any upcoming videos of the hummer ?

  • Robert Arutunian
    Robert Arutunian 3 months ago

    Should start a new channel for teardowns Zack: "JerryRuinEverything". Love the teardowns more than the durability test videos.

  • Andrea Luciano
    Andrea Luciano 3 months ago

    2:43 I can hear the internal pain of the display.

  • IRIAN Kohl
    IRIAN Kohl 3 months ago

    Nokia zack is been ages! since you reviewed one . i know they've become Nothing but another boring google phone with google in total control and with only the Nokia brand on it but is always good to see what you have to say about it

  • Denys Haponov
    Denys Haponov 3 months ago

    I wish I was as fearless as Jerry's thumb when he uses the blade

  • Estuardo Zenteno
    Estuardo Zenteno 3 months ago

    Opera rules in browsing the internet, Zack rules in destroying phones. it's a win win for me

  • ElDiegoetc
    ElDiegoetc 3 months ago

    You should try the Ulephone smartphones, they are sheeeesh in durability test

  • brushie _jp
    brushie _jp 3 months ago

    I'm legit really waiting on tech recycling stuff. I have a closet full of old batteries, phones, computer parts, and things in-between I gotta get rid of.

  • Dezintegracio
    Dezintegracio 3 months ago

    I Love Opera! I use it on Linux Ubuntu, and my Iphone too!

  • nextleveltye
    nextleveltye 3 months ago +1

    Love that little *ba dum tsss* when Zack made the front screen door joke!! 😆

    xSILENT_KILLER12 3 months ago

    2:50 Funny how the phone tried to call for help but was just too late 🤣

  • Lady Lac
    Lady Lac 3 months ago

    Ur'e the G.O.A.T. When it comes to taking devices apart. Curious: have you ever cut your hand during a break-down of phones?

  • Psycho Adam
    Psycho Adam 3 months ago +1

    Poco M4 pro next durability test and teardown. Just bough one and I'm super curious how it stands. Only gorilla glass 3 though :(

  • AnyKeyLady
    AnyKeyLady 3 months ago +1

    I would like to see a S22 vs Google Pixel 6 comparison next please?

  • balaji prasad
    balaji prasad 3 months ago

    Hey Jerry what happened to hammer project. I love to see the progress. I am following the project from beginning. I am excited to see it. Please give a update on next video. Love you Jerry. I always support you bro.