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The Nexus 6p is a Joke

wow .... i did not expect this

 

both LG phones were tanks especially the nexus 4 . it was thick as F

 

didnt expect this from huwawei though :/ cutting corners i guess

i wonder how the 5x fared

I can confirm, I dropped my Nexus about twice a day for 2 years, still works. (I'm the clumsiest person you'll ever see with a phone.)

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It's not even the bend that is concerning, it's the fact that it cracked when he touched it after a few scratches.

How do you think glass is cut?

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What? nobody INTENDS to drop their phone, its called an accident, it does not matter how careful you are, anybody is capable of dropping their phone by accident

Some people drop their phones more than others. Its also called being foolish. Believe it or not there are some people who don't put themselves in the situation of potentially dropping there device like myself they don't have to worry about things like this.

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Some people drop their phones more than others. Its also called being foolish. Believe it or not there are some people who don't put themselves in the situation of potentially dropping there device like myself they don't have to worry about things like this.

 

Absolutely but you cannot with 100 confidence tell me that its not possible for you to drop it, or that you have never dropped a single item in your whole life (or never will in the future)

 

Maybe you are using your phone and trip over the pavement, or slip on a wet floor and BAM $700 phone gone

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Absolutely but you cannot with 100 confidence tell me that its not possible for you to drop it, or that you have never dropped a single item in your whole life (or never will in the future)

 

Maybe you are using your phone and trip over the pavement, or slip on a wet floor and BAM $700 phone gone

Were in the same country fam. Its 500 quid and turning up in the next few days.

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I wish people got this upset about more important issues.

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*puts my basic scientific knowledge hat*

 

The bend test itself is a joke.

 

1. You don't bend a phone after a burn test. The heat from the burn test will make some (if not all) aluminum/plastic/circuit parts (although most likely plastic) soften from the burn test. Add the fact that the guy bent the phone from the point where he lit up the flame in the burn test, this test is not scientifically accurate.

 

2. Who bends a phone that bad? The only reason Lew (UnboxTherapy) did the iPhone 6+ bend test is because people have been reporting it, stating that it bends from their pockets. Your phone doesn't bend a near-90 degrees unless its a flip phone.

 

PS: The Verge actually covered this, and I agree with what they said: https://t.co/5qmeFpOqOq

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That's what iPhone 6+ users said..

It bends in your pocket.

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I wish people got this upset about more important issues.

 

Important issues scare people so they fix petty things instead

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You guys notice something?

 

This is either pre-release hardware or a knockoff.

 

No huaweai logo, the nexus logo doesn't stick out enough, random sticker obviously covering a serial #, etc

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Haha, interesting. I think the only really useful test was probably the one where he scratched the back. That's pretty weak. Then again, if you store your phone in the pocket that has keys and everything in it...well...that's not a great idea either.

The heat test is just stupid. Who holds their phone up to an open flame?

 

And thats why you don't have Hawaiiu build you a phone. #CheapPhones

Except they make really great phones as well..so..

 

intentionally trying to destroy or damage the phone means it's shit mfw

What does mfw mean?

 

Huawei phones are built like fucking tanks. This is most definitely Google skimping on the design.

I doubt Google had much to say about this.

 

It's not even the bend that is concerning, it's the fact that it cracked when he touched it after a few scratches.

Eh, technically he put a few pretty serious scratches in the device before it cracked. If he pushed down close enough to one of the other cracks, it's not that much of a stretch to picture the crack growing, is it?

My phone started out with one scratch. I pushed down on it, it basically spidered the whole screen. It happens, not just with this device, but with anything made of glass.

 

I drop my phone all the time, lol. My OnePlus One's screen doesn't even have a scratch on it, thankfully, although it does have a little ding (for lack of a better word) on one of the corners of the phone. 

 

The 6P would probably be damaged very easily if I owned it.

It totally depends on how it drops. You can drop something from 4 feet up and it'll be fine, or drop it from 3 inches to the ground and it'll shatter.

 

stop trying to wear jeans that make your ass look big then

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Interesting video... I think the 6P seems like an awesome phone even if the build quality is not that amazing.

 

I like my LG G4 a lot but if I had to buy a phone noew I would seriously consider the 6P.

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How do you think glass is cut?

Though it cuts off where it is scored, this didn't.

The whole test is a fail, the screen is a fair bit of the rigidity of the device, it was basically fucked as soon as it was cracked and burned.

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Second phone bent too lol

 

 

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I for one have manlet hands and strength so I don't see this being a problem for me in the forseeable future, or ever.

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The lighter loosened the adhesive and therefore caused the phone to snap, right at that spot.

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Second phone bent too lol

 

 

Holy shit that was easy :o

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xD i dont wanna be a crow in terms of beliefness or scandals and i indeed watched his video, saw the phone in its "glorious" package, but to be honest when i saw how the box was shipped like and all the acessories and the phone itself were out of order, i just wondered to myself if those arent testing units or failed samples from the factory path, that are coming to his hands directly from google, to prove the point that: "The word Nexus, can be deceiving!". But seriously from the way that packaging was opened in round 2, it should be a stand point of the still defending fans, and im surprised i dont see many comments on how desorganized a packaging can affect the authenticity of the final outcome.... Nonetheless i will only know if it bends if i try it myself, which i probably will not but from two videos to over ten out there showing the opposite result, i will not base my buying choices on the future because some random carrot man is trying to show a "Smartphone" being bent, and attempting to make Nexus consumers back off those products. I have a Galaxy S6 and i still vote an A+ grade for the Nexus 6P.

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Mmm so true. THe 5x looks good though but i would prefer a one plus two over a 5x for my next phone to replace my trusty nexus 5

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