MrBing, 03 Oct 2020Actually I do find JerryRig videos useful as well. He's apt at durability tests and teard... moreYeah he is a bit biased towards certain brands. That is probably because if he criticises too much he wont be able to get free phones anymore to do a durability test. His knowledge about specs migh not be as good as other tech youtubers but his explanation when doing a phone teardown is commendable.
I usually watch his video not just for the durability test but i'm more interested on his diy project like the rugged wheelchair he made for his wife. I also like on how he explained on the bump stock on AR15. Makes him look like agent 45.
But we all watched his video for his soothing voice right?
I have returned mine, although it's a great improvement over previous generation the inner screen got scratches from fingernails while swiping...
MrBing, 03 Oct 2020Actually I do find JerryRig videos useful as well. He's apt at durability tests and teard... moreAnd till this day he still havent put the tab s6 to the durability test, he didnt gave the same treatment as the ipad pro.
AnonD-804996, 03 Oct 2020No, his reviews do a lot. When I was buying Xiaomi Mi5 years ago, his poking of the phone expl... moreActually I do find JerryRig videos useful as well. He's apt at durability tests and teardown. I just dislike that he has limited knowledge about phone features and specs. He's also slightly biased to certain brands.
anonymous, 03 Oct 2020is this even necessary? who in their right mind to buy phone and destroy them? this is a lot o... moreYes it is necessary so that others may not make mistakes like buying a phone with ultra soft glass.
anonymous, 03 Oct 2020is this even necessary? who in their right mind to buy phone and destroy them? this is a lot o... moreell the video has been up 20 hours and so far 829k people have watched... so say 1 million people a day care enough about it to watch it... that's about 828,999 people more caring for his videos than care about your comment
Whilst it is a new technology I'm starting to think that two screens magnetically clicked together is best, maybe with a connector socket, yes there is a line in the middle of the screen but at least it's a gorilla glass screen rather than scratchable plastic.
.alpha, 03 Oct 2020Jerry / Zack's review don't do anything. He isn't a technician and all the phon... moreNo, his reviews do a lot. When I was buying Xiaomi Mi5 years ago, his poking of the phone explained me exactly what the construction of the phone was, how is it built and what materials are used on different parts of it. It also catastrophically failed the bend test by literally snapping in half. That's a good info too. But I bought it anyway because I don't wear phone in my pants back pocket so sitting on it was very unlikely and the fact I never even bent any phone in my life in any way shape or form. I bought an iPhone XR later and that Mi5 is actually still in use by someone else. It's not about him being a professional technician, it's about YOU extracting useful information for YOU from that torture test. It may be entirely unrealistic, but I'd say if a phone survives his entirely unrealistic bend test where he uses all his strength to bend it, then it's great for people who have already sit on a phone and destroyed it that way. As explained above, that isn't an issue for my usage.
Also his scratching of everything on phone is useful even if it's down to just knowing how much the aluminium on the sides makes scratches visible when they are there. And in case of plastic sides, are they solid plastic or painted? NO ONE anywhere tells you those sort of details, but they are important to me. Coz solid plastic when gets hit during drop will still be same color, just with a dent. Painted one may reveal some cheap nasty other color underneath and look 100x worse. So, yeah, his pointless and totally unscientific torture tests are great way to get VERY useful information, if you can only extract it yourself from his videos. And it's all a matter of deduction which should be easy for any living human being. Just pay attention to things that matter to you and ignore those that don't and you'll get plenty of useful information from it.
is this even necessary? who in their right mind to buy phone and destroy them? this is a lot of crap. buying good phones just to destroy it and tell the world how sturdy they are. nobody even care.
Anonymous, 02 Oct 2020Who tf will buy this phone for $1000 and scratch this with a sharp object not by accident. The... moreTempered glass can't bend. If you want to buy that thing, better be careful with the inner display.
Jerry / Zack's review don't do anything. He isn't a technician and all the phones are too damaged to work after he put them back
hazemfive, 03 Oct 2020Fold 2 socks, for the price I'm paying, it should be: - 100w fast charging (already ma... moreWell, create your own brand, the more you bored me reading your comment, how "putas" did you expect from this device. The more you talked poop with that comment.
Hardware Hypervisor, 03 Oct 2020People like this 👆🏻 would end up buying Xiaomi / Realme anyway. Another group the foldable ma... moreexactly. i mean the dude literally thinks more cameras = better lmao
hazemfive, 03 Oct 2020Fold 2 socks, for the price I'm paying, it should be:
- 100w fast charging (already ma... morePeople like this 👆🏻 would end up buying Xiaomi / Realme anyway.
Another group the foldable market should ignore